Posts Categorized: Same-Day Crowns

Broke a Tooth? Fix It in Just One Day

When a tooth breaks, the immediate discomfort isn’t the only thing your dentist is concerned about. If the damage isn’t repaired as soon as possible, then it can grow worse over time, eventually becoming too damaged to save. With a same-day dental crown, however, your dentist can repair your broken tooth (and alleviate your toothache)… Read more »

The Fastest Way to Restore a Tooth

When your tooth becomes worn down, damaged, or severely decayed, a dental crown is often the most comprehensive way to restore the tooth’s strength and integrity, as well as reestablish your bite’s function. For many patients, the crown is also essential to preventing further tooth damage and avoiding the need for more extensive restoration, or… Read more »

What a Same-Day Crown Can Do for You

Dental crowns have been around for centuries and are proven ways for restoring compromised teeth. Today, modern crowns can do more than ever for your tooth, and with advanced technology, we can create your restoration in just one day. The beauty of a lifelike crown is that it can closely mimic the appearance of your… Read more »

Fix Your Broken Tooth in Just One Visit

Your teeth are the strongest parts of your body, but they still grow weak, crack, and break due to a variety of reasons. When this happens, your dentist must fix the tooth as soon as possible to prevent it from suffering further damage under the pressure of your bite. In many cases, the best way… Read more »

E4D One Visit Crowns Offer Restorative Support In Less Time

Restoring a problem tooth will keep you safe from further dental complications, and help you regain the ability to bite and chew food with comfort. A dental crown will provide you with the kind of support you can count on for an extended period. Thanks to E4D technology, you can actually receive that crown in… Read more »

A Crown In Just One Visit

There are several scenarios in which you may require a dental crown, such as an injury, damage, extensive decay, a root canal treatment, etc. A crown protects an exposed and vulnerable tooth from further damage. Without special technology, a mold for a crown would need to be outsourced to an offsite lab. In the meantime,… Read more »

Do You Need Restorative Dentistry? Take This Quiz to Find Out!

Do you ever find yourself wondering if you might actually need restorative dentistry? Have you noticed changes recently that could be indication that your teeth or gums are in trouble? While you might be tempted to ignore symptoms of decay and other oral health problems, it’s actually important to schedule restorative dentistry at the first… Read more »