What you need to know about same-day crowns!
Instead of taking impressions the traditional way, we use CEREC CAD/CAM technology to take digital images of your damaged tooth. We then upload the images of your tooth to our computer where we design your porcelain crown.
Since the tooth is made to measure the same day as it’s applied you get that perfect fit. We also have multiple natural-looking colors that will fit perfectly with your teeth. When the fabrication is complete, we will bond the dental crown to your tooth to give you a fully restored smile the same day!
The CEREC is fully compatible with the body and resembles natural enamel.
1 APPOINTMENT, NO IMPRESSION! NO TEMPORARY!
The Benefits of CEREC Same-Day Crowns
When you decide to restore your tooth using CEREC, you will have a completely different experience. As opposed to traditional crowns, the CEREC same-day crown process will be significantly faster, more efficient, and the crown placed is more durable and natural-looking.
Some additional benefits of CEREC crowns include:
1. Only the need for a single appointment. No follow-ups or additional procedures!
2. Overall, less time will be spent in the dental chair receiving the crown.
3. The filling will appear completely natural, no more metal!
4. The filling is actually healthier by eliminating the metal filling.
5. Eliminates the need for impressions, which can often be messy and uncomfortable.
6. No need for an ill-fitted temporary filling.
7. The filling is more likely to resist plaque, anti-abrasive, and biocompatible.
8. More durable than traditional fillings; will not break or leak.
9. Advanced technology with a decade of clinical research.
CEREC same-day crowns are the perfect solution for modern-day crown placement. They provide the patient with a much more pleasant experience than that of traditional crown placement.
What are Dental Crowns?
A dental crown is a fixed cap that covers a damaged tooth. Crowns strengthen teeth and can also correct the appearance of misshapen or misaligned teeth. There are several types of dental crowns, including ceramic, gold, and porcelain.
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
The cost of dental crowns depends on their placement, the condition of your teeth, and your insurance. The material used to fabricate the crown also will factor into the cost.