Ceramic Restorations In Newnan, GA

A Ceramic Alternative to Traditional Crowns, Placed on or Within the Tooth.

Before Ceramic Restoration After Ceramic Restoration

What is a Ceramic Restoration?

Durable and long-lasting, ceramic restorations can handle the pressures of everyday chewing. They are more resilient than traditional amalgam fillings and seamlessly match your natural tooth. Ceramic is also a strong and subtle alternative to silver amalgam crowns.

The Benefits of Ceramic Restorations:

1 Seamlessly fix a cracked tooth.

2 Renew a worn-out amalgam filling.

3 Protect your smile and teeth.

4 Provide tailored and consistent results with custom-made fillings.

5 Fight the effects of decay.

The Process:


Make you comfortable.

Transformation should be painless. We use a combination of numbing gel and anesthetics as needed to minimize any discomfort during the procedure.


Prepare your tooth.

Before the procedure starts, we prepare the area to keep the tooth dry and clean. In this phase, we ensure the filling color matches your teeth perfectly for a seamless blend.


Clarify your tooth.

Before placing the custom ceramic restoration, we remove any decay or damage. We use a suction tool to ensure your comfort by swiftly removing debris and excess moisture during the procedure. This tool effectively clears away all debris and moisture to keep you comfortable.


Repair your tooth.

Properly bonding the ceramic restoration is crucial. We prepare the area to ensure a strong bond between your tooth and the ceramic material. Then, we use a curing light to harden the filling.


Idealize your tooth.

Once the restoration has fully solidified, we check the tooth to ensure comfortable chewing. If there are any imperfections, we'll make necessary adjustments to align the tooth surface with your natural smile. While numbness may linger for a few hours, your beautiful smile is ready to shine.

If you are interested in ceramic restorations, schedule a consultation to explore the ideal dental solution for optimize your tooth function, oral health, and appearance.

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