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Smile Gallery: Crowns and Bridges

At Cornelius Dentistry, our dental team uses their extensive training and experience to handle complex cases that many other dentists can’t take on. Take a look at our smile gallery to see some of the treatment procedures our patients have completed and how their lives have changed!

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Implant Supported Bridge

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Porcelain Crowns

Our team replaced this patient’s old and worn crowns with new ones. The new crowns blended well with this patient’s lower teeth, that way no one can tell a difference.

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Combination Porcelain Crowns and Veneers

This patient was not happy with the staining on their upper row of teeth. Our team covered those areas up with a mix of dental veneers and crowns. Now his smile appears bright and natural! Can you tell which ones are crowns and which ones are veneers?

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Porcelain Crowns

This patient was not happy with the color and shape of their teeth. Their success story shows the benefits of how crowns can enhance your teeth while still maintaining a natural look.

Great Dentistry Done Well

” Everyone knows how much fun it is to go to the dentist? But really, this was a great experience. The newest equipment makes the process almost effortless and the staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. I can only guess about the timetable, but after about 40 years one of my molars, that had previously been filled, cracked. The only recourse was a crown. This required grinding down the old tooth to prep for the new crown. With Dr. Jill applying the appropriate numbing agent, I never felt a thing. A temporary crown was prepared and inserted. I had it in for about two weeks and it was so good it felt like a real tooth. When the new crown came in it was about a 15 minute procedure to remove the temporary an replace with the permanent. A couple of days later, I returned for a minor grinding on the crown to prevent some rubbing I was experiencing on the opposing tooth. I called and was taken that same day. Now all is perfect. Very pleased with Cornelius Dentistry. ”

-Thomas Abernethy

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