Atlanta Crowns Dentist
For crowns and complete restorative dentistry in Atlanta, turn to Dr. James Kincaid and the caring professionals at our dental practice. We offer a full range of restorative and esthetic dental procedures designed to help restore both the health and beauty of your smile.
A crown is a protective covering designed to replace the enamel and restore the strength, form and function of a tooth. It is usually required because the enamel has become weakened as a result of wear, cracking or fracture. A crown suppported by a dental implant can be used to replace a missing tooth. Crowns are also used to support fixed and removable bridges.
Repair Your Smile and Your Tooth
Using high quality dental crowns as a part of a comprehensive oral health plan, Dr. Kincaid can repair the health of your tooth and improve the beauty of your smile. We take a unique approach to restorative dentistry that takes into consideration both the form and function of your smile as well as your long-term oral and overall health. By providing this higher level of dental service, we are able to produce long-term results that help patients achieve healthy, natural looking and long-lasting smiles.
An important member of the restorative team is the dental laboratory ceramist who fabricates the crown. The ceramist is so important that Dr. Kincaid has a dental laboratory in the Tuxedo Center Building. The ceramist will meet you and persoanlly select the shade for a porcelain crown, veneer or onlay.
Our esthetic and restorative dental practice serves patients who seek the highest standard of dental care and who are interested in establishing a lifetime plan to promote optimal oral health. If you are in need of a dental crown or other restoration and are interested in participating in the process of achieving and maintaining your oral health, please contact our Atlanta Crowns Dentist today to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive oral examination and smile analysis. We look forward to serving you.
Crowns Dentist | Repair Your Smile and Your Tooth