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Cavities can happen to anyone, even those with perfect dental hygiene habits. There’s no need to feel embarrassed about having one; Roughly 91% of people will deal with tooth decay at some point in their life and need a dental filling. Even our dentists have dealt with a cavity or two of their own!

What matters is that we spot and stop the decay before it causes big problems. We at Crown Isle Dental use BPA free tooth-colored composite fillings. Compared to old-fashioned silver fillings, the composite fillings offer the advantages below:

  • They’re smaller and require the removal of less of your natural tooth structure. Large silver fillings have a bad habit of coming loose and falling out over time.

  • Unlike metal fillings, they actually strengthen your tooth. This helps to prevent chips and cracks in the future.

  • The composite resin material is BPA free, biocompatible and 100% non-toxic.

  • They have a natural appearance and nobody will be able to see your filling when you laugh or smile!

Image by Lesly Juarez
Female white toothy smile


A ceramic dental crown protects weak, damaged teeth so they can continue functioning (and shining brightly) for years to come by completely covering up and protecting the natural tooth. The crown will sit at the base of your gum line for a natural, seamless look and fit.

Here are a few situations where our dentists might recommend a dental crown:

  • Restore badly worn teeth

  • Broken teeth

  • Repair a large cavity

  • Restore your tooth after a root canal

  • The final step of an implant

Thanks to advancements in technology and materials, getting a dental crown is easy:

  • 3D imaging makes taking impressions much more accurate

  • Your digital mold is professionally milled by a dental lab

  • We’ll place a temporary crown while you wait for the final restoration

  • When it’s ready we’ll fit and place the crown, ensuring the perfect fit and shade


A dental bridge is a non-removable appliance and offers an excellent, minimally-invasive option for replacing missing teeth. We often recommend dental bridges as an alternative to traditional dentures, and a non-surgical alternative to implants.

A traditional dental bridge relies on crowns placed over healthy teeth on either side of the gap in your mouth to hold the replacement teeth in place.

If you have missing teeth, talk with our dentists to learn more about bridges and other restorative options. We’ll help find the best solution for your situation.

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