Repair Damaged Teeth In One Day With CEREC Dental Crowns! [BLOG]

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Do you have a damaged tooth but are just too busy to spend hours away from work going to multiple dental appointments over the next few weeks to have it restored?

Don’t mess with all that!

Come to Friendly Smiles Center, and we can fix your damaged smile in a single visit with our CEREC same-day dental crowns!

What In The World Happened To Your Tooth?!

Teeth are incredibly durable by design, so what on earth did you do to damage one of them?

Actually, it’s not really that hard to damage a tooth. It happens all the time, and sometimes, through no fault of the patient.

Here are a few of the most common reasons we would need to repair a tooth with one of our strong, beautiful dental crowns:

*You Have A Large Cavity*

If a cavity is too large or deep that it leaves little-to-no healthy tooth enamel behind to hold a standard filling, a dental crown would likely be the best way to cover and seal that tooth so you can keep decay from destroying it entirely and maintain full comfortable oral function.

*You Suffered Some Sort Of Dental Injury*

Cracking, chipping, breaking, or wearing down your teeth can happen from habits like teeth grinding, chewing on hard objects like pens or pencils, biting down on your food the wrong way, or it can happen as a result of some sort of accident or mishap.

To preserve the tooth, we can cover it with a dental crown so that it’s safe from being compromised any further.

*An Old Restoration Finally Gave Out*

Perhaps the most common reason you might need a dental crown is because one of your old restorations has finally given out. An old filling or crown will eventually need to be replaced to avoid future problems, and a crown is traditionally the best way to protect and preserve the natural tooth.

Repair Damaged Teeth Fast With CEREC Same-Day Crowns!

Dental crowns are used in a variety of ways, making them one of the most versatile smile solutions in dentistry.

For cavities that are too large for a regular filling, teeth that have become worn and discolored, or for cracked, broken, and even missing teeth, we can rely on dental crowns to restore the full function of your mouth in a way that preserves the natural look of your smile.

But there’s more to our dental crowns that you can’t find in every practice!

In Mount Laurel, we use CEREC technology to design, fabricate, and place your permanent dental crown in a single visit!

Instead of wearing a temporary crown while you wait weeks for your smile to be fully restored, CEREC is a computer-guided software that allows us to take the most precise measurements of your tooth so we can build your crown in minutes in a milling machine.

Then we’re able to place it right away and make sure you don’t leave until all necessary adjustments have been made for the perfect, most comfortable fit.

In one afternoon, you can repair damaged, decayed, or worn teeth and move on with your life without having to schedule follow-up visits to complete the restorative process!

Call Today To Fix Your Smile!

Why wait weeks to have your healthy, functional smile back?

Choose convenience and quality with CEREC same-day dental crowns in Mount Laurel, NJ! Dr. Chase and our team value your time, which is why we’ve invested in advanced technology like this to ensure you find the most efficient, precise solutions possible.

Fix your smile now! Call Friendly Smiles Center today at 856-359-4000 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment in Mount Laurel, NJ.

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