SAVING A DAMAGED TOOTH
A dental crown restores a damaged tooth to it's original shape, appearance and function. Whether the damage is caused by a root canal, a large filling or a broken tooth, a crown can save the tooth.
A dental crown, also called a cap, is an artificial tooth that's hollow and permanently covers a damaged or excessively decayed tooth. The crown restores the tooth and protects it from further damage.
Discoloured or misshapen teeth can also benefit from having a crown.
A tooth that has a crown, looks and works like a natural tooth.
The Benefits of Our State-of-the-Art Technology
Our CAD-CAM technology is the latest in digital technology that enables us to produce perfect, lifelike dental restorations of chipped or damaged teeth requiring a crown or inlay.
Here are just a few ways you will benefit, and leave our office with a great-looking smile:
If you've ever had a dental impression done, you'll appreciate that we now do it digitally with a high-resolution camera and special 3D imaging software that creates an accurate and detailed representation of your teeth! No more dental putty and trays required to make an impression of your mouth.
Just one visit required
You just need one appointment, approximately two hours in length. This includes an evaluation, a digital scan or your mouth, fabrication of the crown on-site, and placement of the crown or inlay on your tooth.
The need for a temporary crown, waiting for 2 to 3 weeks between appointments is totally eliminated.
Preserve the structure of a tooth
The CAD-CAM machine can make ceramic onlays that provide protection for teeth requiring support.
Broken or chipped teeth fixed in record time
Broken cusps, chipped or broken teeth can now be reconstructed quickly.