CEREC Dental Crowns: End The Year With A Healthy Smile [BLOG]
We’re nearing the end of another year, but you still have time to restore your smile before you welcome 2019!
If your holidays, so far, have been less enjoyable than they could have been because of painful or unsightly dental problems, we want to encourage you to take care of it now.
With our innovative dental solutions at Carolina Bright Smiles, you don’t have to wait weeks to do that, either!
That’s because Dr. Garrett and our team invest in the latest technology to guide your treatment with more accuracy, precision, and convenience.
CEREC same-day dental crowns is just one example, and it allows us to digitally design, fabricate, and place permanent restorations in a single visit!
That means fewer appointments, less time off of work, and fewer co-pays for multiple appointments.
It also means more comfort because you can avoid wearing a temporary crown while your new restoration made in some other lab. CEREC technology makes it all happen right here in our Hillsborough, NC dental office, which means you can begin a new year with a fresh start for your smile!
3 Ways CEREC Dental Crowns Restore Your Smile
Here are three ways our CEREC same-day dental crowns can restore your teeth and help you begin a new year with a healthy smile!
*Repair Teeth After Unsightly Damage*
Dental crowns do more than strengthen and protect your teeth.
They look and function like natural teeth, so we can use our CEREC restorations to hide unsightly flaws and dental damage like:
*Stains and discoloration
*Cracks and chips
*Thin, weak tooth enamel
A dental crown can keep damaged teeth from worsening or weakening, while preserving the natural appearance of your smile.
*Cover A Tooth When Decay Leaves Little Behind*
Treating a cavity while it’s still small is ideal. But if it’s had enough time for decay to destroy too much of your tooth enamel, you’ll need a better solution.
That’s where a CEREC crown can help. In one visit, we can place a permanent restoration over the decayed tooth after it’s been treated to keep it covered and protected.
*Protect A Tooth After Root Canal Treatment*
Intense dental pain or tooth sensitivity to hard foods, or hot and cold temperatures, could mean trouble is developing with your tooth root.
It might be an infection inside your tooth that needs root canal treatment. After Dr. Garrett removes the infection and sanitizes the area, our CEREC technology allows us to immediately place a dental crown over the tooth to protect your mouth from harmful bacteria returning.
Call Now To Restore Your Smile!
Don’t end the year with the same dental problems you’ve been trying to ignore.
Get CEREC same-day restorations at Carolina Bright Smiles so you can end the year with a healthy smile!