Responding To Tooth Decay With A CEREC Dental Crown

Many people, even those who are confident in their preventive dental care routine, will wind up suffering at least one cavity. Fortunately, modern restorative dental care offers treatments that provide both protection, and cosmetic support, so your smile needs will be well met. If you suffer a cavity that is too large to be addressed by a dental filling, a dental crown can offer the appropriate support. Crowns made using CEREC technology offer amazing convenience for patients, as they can be ready in the office, in the course of a single visit. 

Using A Single-Appointment Crown To Protect A Problem Tooth

Why should you prefer a single-visit crown made with CEREC technology? Patients who have to wait for their crown to be prepared at a lab can be left with a temporary crown, which can be lost, or feel uncomfortable. This can feel uncomfortable, and leave your tooth in a more vulnerable state than you would prefer. By providing CEREC crowns, your dentist can make sure you have your restoration designed and placed in one appointment, so your tooth has the full support it needs in less time.

How Can I Avoid Problems With Tooth Decay Going Forward?

Expert restorative dental care can be reassuring, but your dentist can do more than just take care of cavities that have already formed. By arranging regular dental exams, and practicing smart oral care at home, you can lower your risk for future issues with tooth decay. Many people can overestimate the quality of their brushing and flossing. Remember, you should take at least two minutes each time you brush your teeth, and you should be flossing every day!

Talk To Pacific Hills Dental About Receiving A CEREC Dental Crown

At Pacific Hills Dental, a CEREC dental crown can offer you valuable dental support after a cavity. Because these one-visit restorations are made from appearance-friendly porcelain, you can look forward to preserving your quality smile. To set an appointment for yourself, or to make one for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We proudly treat individuals in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.