CEREC Dental Crowns FAQs

Did you know it’s possible to have custom made dental crowns placed in one day? Our dentist uses CAD/CAM technology to fabricate beautiful dental crowns at our practice. Instead of waiting weeks for a lab to create a custom restoration, a patient’s crown can be milled onsite from our office. This makes receiving a dental…

When is a dental crown necessary?

Dental crowns can help patients to preserve a biological tooth that has been compromised by a substantial area of decay. Additionally, dental crowns also offer additional protection after root canal treatment, which leaves the tooth more susceptible to breakage. Dental Crown Treatment Process In the past, patients might have had to wait for several weeks…

Inlay, Onlay or Dental Crown?

When a tooth is severely decayed or broken, a restoration is needed to save the tooth or extraction may be required. Depending on need, your dentist may recommend inlays, onlays, or dental crowns as your best option. With inlays and onlays, much less of the tooth’s structure is removed making these procedures a more moderate…