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Crowns 2018-02-25T00:14:23+00:00

Ceramic Crowns

crownsWhen the natural structure of a tooth has been extensively damaged or compromised due to dental decay, damaged fillings, root canals, or habitual clenching or grinding of the teeth, a dental filling may not be adequate for its repair. In such cases, dental crowns, also commonly referred to as caps, can be placed to effectively restore the natural integrity, function, and appearance of the affected tooth.

Out of all of the materials that are available today for this type of full coverage restoration, metal-free crowns, also known as all-ceramic crowns, offer most lifelike and biocompatible results. Strong and durable, ceramic crowns are lighter in weight than dental crowns that incorporate a metal substructure and are also kinder to the surrounding soft tissues. Furthermore, ceramic crowns present no problems for individuals with sensitivities to various metals. Since they are fabricated of the highest grade of dental ceramics, ceramic crowns most closely approximate the natural translucency of your own teeth.

Custom modeled for the optimal health and aesthetic of a patient’s smile, ceramic crowns can also be indicated for an array of dental treatments, ranging from the cosmetic restoration of discolored teeth to the coverage of a structurally damaged tooth, dental implant, or as the supporting ends of a dental bridge.

Patient Testimonials

I feel assured that Dr. Lilikas is providing me with the best quality dental care. I have also received state of the art specialized dental work from him, resulting in a really gorgeous smile! It doesn’t get any better than this, I am so happy.

Rosemary

Everyone at the Bayonne office is friendly and welcoming. Dr. Lilikas makes you feel very comfortable. I have never had to wait too long once there. I have already recommended him to others. He’s great!

Kianna

Explains everything, on-time with appointments, excellent skills!

Anonymous

Always a pleasure…extremely professional and pleasant.

Andrea

Additional Info

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Below are the Medical History and Privacy Policy forms you’ll need to complete on your first visit. You can expedite matters by downloading these forms, completing them at home and handing them to our staff when you arrive for your initial visit to our office.

Patient History Form
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