Many of us find ourselves with teeth that are no longer structurally
sound. Root canals, lost fillings, decay below a filling, chipping and cracking of the
enamel are things that may lead to large scale defects in a tooth's surface. When the
entire surface of the tooth is a problem, but the root system is intact, a cap might be
appropriate for you. If you are considering a dental bridge it is a good
idea to read up on caps and crowns as they will be used to anchor the
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teeth - an overview
- Introduction to dental caps section
- Dental caps - an overview
- Who is a candidate for having teeth capped?
- Tooth caps - Procedure description
- Varieties of tooth caps
- How much do dental caps cost?
- Pros and cons of tooth caps
- Dental caps - Before and after photos
- Personal stories from people who have had tooth caps
- Picking a color for tooth
- Discuss caps with others