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Oct
28

3 Reasons to Consider Same-Day Dental Crowns

Posted in Crowns

Dental crowns are a lasting and lovely means of protecting a tooth that has been compromised by fracture or decay. What is the only thing better than a crown? A custom-designed crown fitted to your tooth in a single appointment.Many dental offices offer you the option of having your crown completed in one day. How does this benefit you?

Convenience

Same-day crowns are delivered before you leave the dental chair, eliminating the need to send you home with a temporary crown. You can now pursue this necessary dental treatment without worrying about the time it will cost you for multiple appointments. Temporary crowns are easily removed by accident, meaning that extra office trips are required to cement them back on. None of these worries come with a same-day crown!

A Durable and Natural-Looking Restoration

The same-day crown is milled from ceramic so that there is no need to have any metal in the mouth. This beautiful material looks just like natural tooth, giving you a strong and stellar smile.

Fewer Needles!

Nearly any dental procedure is made more comfortable with local anesthesia and this includes preparing a tooth for a dental crown. Many people don’t care for needles, however, so they don’t like coming back for multiple appointments during which they have to get an injection or two. As same-day crowns are completed in one appointment, you only have to be numbed once.

When you need to save your tooth with a reliable and beautiful restoration, choose a same-day crown to get all the benefits in a fraction of the usual time. Your dentist will be happy to help you decide on the restoration that is just right for you.

Posted on behalf of:
Wayne G. Suway, DDS, MAGD
1820 The Exchange SE #600
Atlanta, GA 30339

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