More about Crowns
Also known as a cap, a crown is a custom-made artificial restoration that permanently covers your tooth. They are often made of porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or full gold. Crowns act as solutions for:
When you have chipped or cracked teeth, crowns will be placed over your tooth to visibly and physically revitalize your smile. Getting a crown when you need one will restore and often completely save your tooth’s shape, size and overall strength.
While there are different types of crowns, most of our patients choose a porcelain finished crown because of its ability to blend right in with their existing smile.
Dental bonding is a common treatment used to repair small chips in teeth that is simple and fast. For more extensive chipping or broken teeth, veneers or a crown may be necessary to correct the problem.
Any time damaged teeth are repaired using dental bonding or veneers, they are color matched to the natural color of your teeth. This ensures that they create a seamless look that restores your smile.
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Insurance & Billing
Our office accepts all PPO insurances and we match HMO pricing. If you are without dental insurance coverage, we will do our best to work with you to afford treatment.
Why Choose Our Practice
Proudly Serving Miami
Dr. Michelle Luis, a south Florida native, practices as a general dentist with substantive experience with fillings, crown and bridge, veneers, extractions, dentures, Invisalign, and root canals.
Connecting With Patients
Dr. Luis easily connects with her patients and provides services using a multifactorial approach, involving a clear communication style, the utilization of innovative methods, a gentle approach to the application of services, and a high degree of diligence and professionalism.
Dr. Michelle Luis holds a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science and a Doctorate in Dentistry from Nova Southeastern University.
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