Porcelain Dental Crowns

Porcelain Dental Crowns

Older crowns are frequently composed of porcelain fused to a metal substructure. As time passes, the metal may begin to show, creating a dark discoloration at the top of the crown. At the office of Ross S. Headley D.D.S., metal in old crowns can be replaced with new all-porcelain crowns, to achieve a more natural look and give your teeth a resilient protective cover.

Dr. Headley and his team can help you initiate that change in just one or two office visits. We have been providing our patients from Kansas City and surrounding communities with teeth whitening and porcelain veneers for years, and we have mastered the art of natural looking cosmetic dentistry. At the office of Ross S. Headley, D.D.S., our highly trained cosmetic dentistry team is ready to help you achieve the beautiful smile you have always dreamed of. If you are ready to take the first step on your journey to a gorgeous smile, please contact us today for a complementary cosmetic dentistry consultation.

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Jennifer Fisher
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I love having a beautiful smile. I think instead of cosmetic dentistry, it should be referred to as “Confidence Dentistry.” When you feel confident with your smile it affects the way you interact with people.” As a former Miss Kansas and TV news anchor, I know with certainty my “Confidence Smile” smile made all the difference. There isn’t a day that goes by that I’m not happy that I have beautiful teeth.”

Lindsey Jo
Miss Oklahoma

As Miss Oklahoma USA 2008® Lindsey Jo credits her beautiful smile for being 1st runner up at the 2008 Miss USA®. “Having the extra confidence from every camera angle made all the difference,” says Lindsey Jo. “I don’t think I would have done as well without my beautiful smile. Thank you Dr. Headley!”

 

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