Crowns

Improve the appearance of your teeth with crowns.

Crowns or “caps” are used to restore teeth which have suffered extensive damage due to decay or fracture. Crowns are also used to improve the appearance of teeth.

Crowns can be made of porcelain, porcelain and metal or all metal. Location, ethetic and function demands are considered when selecting which type of crown to use. Crowns generally cover over most of a tooth whereas a veneer will only cover over part of the tooth.

Before & After

Dawn’s crowns still look great after more than 7 years.

Testimonials & Clients

Read some of the amazing results our clients have to share.

TMJ

Dr. Henny and his team are 5-Star professionals that truly care about me. They have made a huge positive difference in my quality of life after suffering with neck, jaw and mouth pain for years to a point that I had almost lost hope for recovery. They listen to me and take rapid action to help with my concerns, they follow up to make sure I'm on track with my course of treatment and improved health, and they take time to get to know me beyond my immediate health concern which makes for a very nice atmosphere of care. Dr. Henny and his team have my highest recommendation to anyone seeking care for TMJ symptoms.

Marty McKown

Lives up to reputation

I am so happy that I have finally found a dental practice where I feel heard and safe. This place is amazing. Every staff member is so kind and helpful, and Dr. Henny spent a lot of time with me, helping me understand my options. I hated going to the dentist in the past. I can't wait to see my old smile made new again!

Barbara D.

Painless!

I have always been afraid of going to the dentist, but that changed when I met Dr. Paul Henny and his incredible assistants. They helped me learn what I needed to do to properly fix my teeth. and the process of doing the fillings and caps was much easier and more comfortable than I had ever imagined. I don't know how Dr. Henny does it, but even his shots didn't hurt - even the one in the front of the mouth!

Allison Roth