Dental Crowns Offer Help For A Range Of Dental Problems

Dental crowns protect teeth by supplying them with protective coverage. For many patients, that coverage comes after a cavity has harmed their tooth to the point that a filling falls short of their needs. However, others will receive a crown after dental damage, or because their tooth is simply poorly developed, and needs support. For those who do not need total protection, an inlay or an onlay can provide support for a vulnerable area, without completely overtaking your tooth. If you need your dental restoration in a short amount of time, let your dentist know – you may qualify to receive a CEREC crown, which can be ready in a single appointment.

Why Crowns Are Good For More Than Just Cavity Treatment

A crown covers a tooth, and handles the biting and chewing pressures that once fell to that tooth. Unfortunately, when you have a serious cavity, or suffer damage in an accident, the harm will not be repaired naturally. When you have a tooth that is functionally compromised, a crown can help you move past this issue. Thanks to the use of life-like ceramic to make crowns, you can enjoy support without having a negative effect on how you look.

How You Can Have Your Restoration In A Single Appointment

With CEREC technology, your crown can be designed, made, and placed, all in the course of one appointment. Your dentist can use CEREC to craft a complete crown, as well as an inlay or onlay. This means you can have important support in less time.

Talk To Pacific Hills Dental About Receiving A Dental Crown

If you have a dental problem, the answer may lie in the placement of a dental crown. You can trust Pacific Hills Dental for a restoration that protects your tooth, and allows you to function like normal when you bite and chew. If you need that support as soon as possible, you can have your crown in one visit thanks to CEREC technology. To make an appointment for yourself or for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We are proud to treat patients in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.