Crowns or “caps” are traditional and commonly used restorations in dentistry today. Because the enamel has to be totally removed for a crown or “cap”, the stronger and more conservative onlay or porcelain veneer restoration is generally the treatment of choice whenever possible. However, when teeth are badly broken, extensively decayed, or replacing existing caps, all ceramic crowns are the treatment of choice. Dr. Reynolds has extensive training and experience in crown placement and has successfully placed hundreds of these restorations since 1981. Unlike many porcelain fused to metal crowns, the all ceramic crowns have no unsightly black line at the margin.