When a tooth is decayed or fractured, it will most likely need one of two restorative dentistry treatments: a crown or a filling. The treatment will depend upon the extent and type of damage. Fillings are typically used to restore a tooth when you have a cavity that has affected less than 50% of your tooth. Crowns are used in response to a number of problems, including very large cavities, broken teeth, or even missing teeth. With porcelain for crowns and tooth-colored composite resin for fillings, we can provide you with metal-free dentistry and a more pleasing look.