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Our Clear Creek Family and Cosmetic Dentistry team is dedicated to using the latest in dental technology to enhance your experience with us. Because of this, we use up-to-date equipment such as CAD/CAM technology and digital scanning to provide same-day dental crowns.
Dr. Rohini Singh provides restoration treatments that blend in with your natural smile. With cosmetic dental crowns, patients can enjoy a more beautiful, complete smile. With same-day crowns, our dentist can scan your tooth and then design and mill the crown in just one appointment. You can have your dental crown prepared and placed on the same day.
If the damage to one of your teeth is too extensive for a dental filling to repair, a porcelain or porcelain-fused-to-metal crown can make your smile appear just like new. Same-day dental crowns are a very reliable technique for repairing damaged teeth. We have a reputation for our high-quality services and for the results that we can provide our patients using this technology. Our dental crowns are long-lasting restorations that can restore both the beauty and functionality of your smile.
How long does dental crown placement take?
Placing a dental crown usually requires only one visit to our office. Our dentist will remove the decay from the tooth, shape the tooth, scan the area, design the crown and mill the crown on the same day. Please keep in mind that not all teeth can have a same-day dental crown. We will determine if your crown can be placed in one day or if two visits are required.
Dental crowns can:
- Support cracked or broken teeth
- Cover misshapen or badly stained teeth
- Look completely natural
- Restore chewing ability
When are dental crowns used?
Dental crowns, as well as dental bridges, are very reliable solutions for major dental issues caused by disease, natural wear and tear, or accidents. When creating the restorations to make these repairs, we use either porcelain or porcelain fused to metal. If an accident occurs that results in lost or damaged teeth, or if old dental fillings fail, dental crowns or dental bridges can be a long-term solution.
Many people have discomfort from back teeth with dental fillings. This is usually because of hairline cracks in the chewing surfaces of the teeth. Having dental crowns placed on these teeth can relieve discomfort and restore function. Older fillings in the front teeth can weaken the teeth or negatively affect their appearance. Porcelain crowns and bridges may be of help in cases where porcelain veneers are insufficient. If a tooth has had root canal therapy, dental crowns can protect the tooth from breakage.