Restore Your Smile in 1 Day With Our Same-Day Crowns
Same day dental crowns are available at South Lake Smiles! We can create custom-made crowns right here in the office, so you don’t have to wait weeks or months for an appointment.
The Benefits of Same-Day Dental Crown
1.) Natural-looking and highly precise
2.) Quick process
3.) A cost-effective solution
4.) They are more comfortable
5.) Non-invasive procedure
Unlike other dental restorations that may require minor surgeries or multiple stages to be completed, same-day crowns are much simpler and use more advanced technology.
We perform a conservative approach, aiming to preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible. If a cavity is too extensive to be repaired with a filling, a dental crown will be recommended instead.
Why Choose South Lake Smiles for Same Day Crowns
Here at South Lake Smiles, You can have a same-day crown that is affordable and convenient for your busy schedule. Our dentists can prepare your tooth, take digital impressions, create your custom crown in-office, and securely place your crown in only one appointment before sending you home with a fully functional and attractive smile.
We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality dental care available at an affordable price in a friendly environment where we treat each patient like a family member. Book an appointment now or contact us at (08) 6495 4004!
Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crowns
Most tooth restorations require healthy gums to have a successful treatment. You may be a good candidate if you have:
- Having a tooth that is cracked, broken, or severely worn.
- If your teeth are discolored.
- If you have misshapen teeth/teeth.
- Need to cover or cap a root canal treated teeth or a dental implant.
- Severe tooth decay.
- A tooth that has significant dental work that can no longer support a filling.
These problems can be addressed by both same-day crowns and traditional crowns. A standard crown, on the other hand, may be preferable if you have a fracture below your gum line or if you suffer from teeth grinding.
You will need to come to the dental clinic only once to receive your new crown. They are created during your first appointment or single visit. all you have to do is wait while the dentist makes the crown.
Prepare your teeth. Preparation of the tooth is the first step in the operation. The decayed areas of the tooth are removed, and it is shaped to fit the crown.
Taking impression. Same-day CEREC crowns are created using digital impressions taken by dentists. Dentists take three-dimensional images of the tooth using a small camera. This is far more pleasant than typical sensations.
Creating the crown Your dentist will use the precise measurements and information from the digital images to send to the equipment that will actually build the crown. They will construct and design your crown model using CAD/CAM software. This process will only take a short period of time. Milling equipment are available in the offices of dentists that provide the same-day CEREC crown treatment. These devices make dental crowns out of ceramic blocks. Milling takes about 15 minutes on average. The milling process is quick, but it is also precise.
Crown placement. The dentist will polish the crown. To verify that the crown matches the existing teeth, it is compared to them. The dentist then inspects the fit and secures the crown in place. The dentist gives the patient aftercare advice.
You can resume your regular diet after a same-day crown, but avoid extremely hot or cold foods and beverages while the pain and sensitivity remain. Extreme temperatures can irritate teeth that are already sensitive. You should also avoid sticky or hard foods for the first twenty-four hours.
Although your crown is “artificial,” the tooth beneath it still requires regular oral care to be healthy and strong. Even if the crown covers the entire tooth surface, brushing the crown carefully is still necessary to eliminate sticky plaque film and keep the crown looking its best. You can ask the dentist about recommended products and advise how to maintain your oral health.
There are various alternatives to same-day dental crowns; your treatment will depend on your preferences, lifestyle, and tooth condition. The dentist will help you decide which treatment plan will work best for you.