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Colorado Porcelain Crowns

Photo of woman after receiving porcelain crowns from Colorado dentist Dr. Joseph Rota.

If your teeth are sensitive or have broken fillings, severe decay, fractures, or chips, they can be restored with porcelain crowns. Crowns are also used to improve the appearance of natural teeth that are malformed, malpositioned, or discolored.

What Are Porcelain Crowns?

Crowns are dental restorations that fit over your natural teeth. They are made of natural-looking porcelain, which maintains a translucency that makes them hard to distinguish from natural teeth. Your remaining tooth structure will be strengthened and protected. And the appearance of your teeth will be significantly improved.

Porcelain Crowns in One Visit

Receiving a crown requires only one appointment at the Rota Advanced Dental Care. We are pleased to offer our patients CEREC restoration services—a superior method of creating precisely-designed, color-matched and highly durable ceramic restorations. It’s done right in our office—in just one visit.

Dr. Joseph Rota is an award-winning cosmetic dentist from whom you can expect beautiful restoration of your teeth, as the photos on this page, of his patients, show. Read about Dr. Rota’s smile gallery awards.

Before picture (C) of porcelain crowns from Colorado Springs dentist Dr. Joseph Rota. After picture (C) of porcelain crowns from Colorado Springs dentist Dr. Joseph Rota.
Dr. Rota placed beautiful all-porcelain crowns to give Cindy a strikingly beautiful smile.

 

 Before picture (L) for porcelain crowns from Colorado Springs dentist Dr. Joseph Rota.  After picture (L) of porcelain crowns from Colorado Springs dentist Dr. Joseph Rota.
Lanette received a beautiful, full-mouth reconstruction with porcelain crowns.

If you are interested in restoring your natural teeth and being able to smile confidently again, call us to schedule an appointment, or request an appointment online.

Learn more about dental crowns at the Patient Education Center.