Same Day Dental Crowns
Dental crowns are the gold standard in restoring cracked or damaged teeth. A prosthetic tooth covering is made from a durable material like ceramics, metal or porcelain that is fitted over the damaged tooth. Dental crowns are used for broken teeth or to protect teeth weakened by dental treatments like fillings or root canals. At Topsfield Smiles, we offer same day dental crowns for our patients with damaged teeth for a quick and effective tooth restoration.
Traditionally, dental crowns required at least two dental appointments and a physical mold of the damaged tooth. Many dentists still use this method, which requires the patient to bite down on a mold to make a tooth impression. This is an uncomfortable procedure, and the mold material does not taste great. Then, a temporary crown is made and attached to the tooth while the mold is sent to a dental lab to make a permanent crown. A week or more later, a second appointment is needed to remove the temporary crown and place the lab-created dental crown.
At Topsfield Smiles, we offer same day dental crowns that can be made in one visit. We utilize advanced 3D imaging, and our Planmeca same day crown equipment to create a digital impression of the tooth and a new crown. There is no mold or goopy material to hold in the mouth, just a quick 3D scan. The 3D image is sent to our onsite milling device that creates your new crown the same day.
Restore Cracked or Damaged Teeth
If you have a cracked, broken or damaged tooth, you do not need to endure multiple appointments and living with a temporary dental crown. Our dental team can repair your damaged tooth in one day with our same day dental crowns. Anyone who has endured the conventional physical mold and temporary crown process will appreciate the convenience and comfort one-visit dental crowns offer.
Next time you need a damaged tooth repaired with a dental crown, come see us at Topsfield Smiles. We have durable same day dental crowns for tooth restorations at our dental center in Topsfield, MA.
Get your smile back
- You may suffer from pain and discomfort from a damaged tooth. Covering the tooth with a crown can relieve constant dental discomfort.
- Having dental crowns installed is a simple procedure, making this option ideal for patients who fear the dentist or other associated phobias.
- Dental crowns are custom-made for each patient, meaning they will blend with your natural teeth. Everything from size to color is considered with each crown.
- With optimal oral healthcare, dental crowns can last anywhere from 15-20 years. You can eat, drink, and smile without feeling self-conscious about your teeth.