Improve your health and smile in just one day with CEREC™ Dental Crowns.
What are Crowns?
Crowns are a long-term solution to effectively treat decay, cavities, and broken teeth when fillings are no longer viable, or after you have gone through root canal therapy. Some patients choose to get dental crowns to simply improve the look of their natural teeth.
Crowns are tooth-shaped "caps" that are placed on fractured or broken teeth, teeth with large fillings, or on teeth that have undergone root canal therapy. Dental crowns stabilize and strengthen the existing tooth (whether it is fractured, decayed, or required a root canal), and/or improve the original tooth's appearance.
Most dental crowns require two visits or more to your dentist. But at First Choice Dental, CEREC dental crowns are done in only one visit. During your appointment, we’ll prepare your tooth and take digital impressions (no more biting down on mouth trays filled with impression material).
Next, your dentist will make your permanent crown in the digital lab, and then will place and fit the crown to make sure it looks and feels as natural and comfortable as your own tooth—all in the same visit. A typical one-day crown appointment takes three hours from start to finish.
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September 14, 2023
The West side is about to get a little brighter! First Choice Dental’s Middleton Clinic is moving to its brand-new location at 2501 Parmenter Street on September 18, 2023. You can rely on the same uninterrupted care and quality doctors you know and trust from our old Elmwood location, but now with brand-new amenities we know you’ll love. Read More
May 12, 2021
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontics recommends that all children have a checkup with an orthodontic specialist beginning at seven years old? If you remember getting braces in your tweens and teens, seven may sound young; however, orthodontists can now detect subtle tooth and jaw development issues much earlier—even while a child’s baby teeth are still present. Read More