Tooth Repair


Before & After of
CEREC 3D Crowns
Before & After of
CEREC 3D Veneers

Treatment recommendations by Dr. Andrews will be based upon your individual needs and desires.

  • Porcelain Crowns are ready for placement in a single visit through CEREC 3D technology, giving exceptional longevity and a highly natural look and feel.
  • Tooth-colored fillings, or porcelain inlays or onlays are also created by Dr. Andrews in one appointment using CEREC 3D.
  • Crown & Bridge combinations can be created by Dr. Andrews in one visit using CEREC 3D. (see below)
  • Full Mouth Rehabilitation is the successful restoration of a smile for patients who felt they were “beyond hope.” Dr. Andrews has a reputation for restoring smiles beautifully and to full health.
  • Gum Recontouring is performed by Dr. Andrews using a dental laser. This provides higher comfort while healing time greatly reduced.
  • Precision-Fitted Partials / Dentures (see below)

View a brief video on the advantages of Cerec restorations!


Crowns-&-Bridges…

A fixed bridge is held by teeth on both sides of the area where a natural tooth or teeth are missing. After adjacent teeth are prepared for crowns, a ‘bridge’ (a row of two or more replacement teeth) is affixed to the crowns, restoring appearance and chewing ability. Dr. Andrews uses CEREC 3D technology to create porcelain crowns and bridges in a single visit. This saves you time and reduces numbing requirements by half.

Dentures/Partials…

A Partial Denture fills spaces of missing teeth for natural chewing ability and to halt shifting of remaining teeth. Partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth attached to natural-colored bases made to conform to the contours of your natural gum ridge. Removable partial dentures attach to natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments, which are not visible and more esthetic than clasps.

Full Dentures…

A Full Denture is typically removable and replaces all teeth as well as gums that have diminished in height. New denture wearers need time to get accustomed to their new “teeth” because even the best fitting denture can feel awkward at first. Some have difficulty eating for several days and may notice a slight change in facial appearance, increased salivary flow, or minor speech difficulty.