This case is featuring Porcelain Crowns and an Implant Crown on the upper teeth. The Implant Crown was completed on the tooth to the right of the front teeth in the image. This patient was born without this tooth and had previously been using a removable partial device with a fabricated tooth in place of the extra space. Dr. Goodman was able to build tissue in the surrounding area in order to place a Dental Implant with a Porcelain Crown attached. The patientâ€™s upper teeth naturally had no over or under bite, but came straight down on the lower front teeth. The back teeth did not come together causing difficulty chewing and eating. Not only is this type of bite uncomfortable, it results in the likelihood for grinding and heavy wear. Instead of using Orthodontics to align the patient's bite, Dr. Goodman was able to utilize Porcelain Crowns. Since Dental Crowns are customizable, this allowed Dr. Goodman to bring out the upper teeth slightly resulting in a comfortable bite. This gave the patient more ease when chewing as well as a better looking smile.