Hall Technique (HT) is a minimally invasive restorative option for primary teeth with severe decay and/or hypomineralization without numbing (shots), tooth preparation (drilling), or sedation (general anesthesia/IV deep sedation).

Furthermore, the premise of the Hall Crown technique is placing a stainless steel crown over a baby molar that has a cavity. As opposed to a traditional stainless steel crown treatment, in the Hall Crown method, the child does not have to be anesthetized and little to no drilling is required.

Ultimately, the major advantage of this technique is the avoidance of aspects that commonly solicit anxiety in pediatric patients, such as noise, vibration, and local anesthetic injections.