Same-Day Dental Crowns in Durham
In the past, making a new dental crown would take multiple visits to our office. But now with revolutionary CEREC technology, getting a dental crown in Durham or other restorations have never been easier!
How does it work? With the aid of computer technology, we make a digital scan of your tooth and design a beautiful crown. This digital information is transferred to our in-office CEREC milling machine. This machine can create a precise restoration and match the color of your teeth in just minutes. The new crown is then placed.
Why Our Patients Love Same-Day Dentistry
Why Choose Croasdaile Dental Arts?
At Croasdaile Dental Arts, we are proud of our team and their accomplishments. Our award-winning doctors have been serving Durham for more than 45 years with dentistry that concentrates on outstanding customer service and excellent dentistry.
‘‘I just had a crown implanted today. The software they use is so progressive and it amazes me how well they utilized this to complete the procedure with such precision and care.’’
Susan S., Actual Patient
FAQs About Same-Day Dentistry
- Why would I need a dental crown?
Dental crowns protect and restore teeth that are decayed, broken, discolored, and chipped. It also serves as a cap for a dental implant.
- How long do same-day crowns last?
Dental crowns can last for up to 15 years or more. The best way to increase the life of your crown is to keep up a good dental hygiene routine of regular brushing and flossing and seeing your dentist for regular check-ups. Also, avoid chewing on hard candies, ice, or any other hard foods that could chip or break your crown.
- Will my same-day crown look like one of my own teeth?
Yes. We use only high-quality ceramic materials that are color matched to your natural teeth. This porcelain is extremely durable and has the luster and shine of natural teeth.
- Is CEREC technology new?
Actually, computer-aided design has been around for about 20 years. What is new are the advances in digital technology that make the highly detailed impressions needed for accurate restorations possible. With these precise impressions, we can create restorations that fit better and look better than in the past.