Need a permanent dental crown but struggling with a busy schedule? No problem! Look for no-fuss, same-day dental crowns near you.
Mountain West Dental in Gillette, WY, can replace chipped, cracked, or damaged teeth in just a single visit. Our carefully fabricated same-day dental crowns match the natural shade of your teeth and help them blend in well. The dental crowns are free of metal and help preserve healthy tooth material too.
Our state-of-the-art digital imaging technology located onsite helps us fabricate well-fitting, same-day crowns in just one visit. The powerful dental technology helps take 360-degree images of your tooth, and computer-aided modeling helps the milling machine fabricate the crown.
Patients are no longer obliged to return once more in order to receive the permanent crown. Same-day dental crowns near you are not only affordably priced but look completely natural – the results are amazing.
Feel free to consult our dentist in Gillette, WY for more information about dental crowns, bridges, and implants. We also offer cosmetic dental care options.
To begin with, we take a clear image of your tooth. Our expert team then examines the tooth from every angle and carefully chooses a color that matches your natural tooth color.
During the second step, we remove all the decay from your tooth and shape it to prepare it for the dental crown. Using the computer and dental technology to create the new crown takes approximately 90 minutes to print the same-day crowns.
Patients may want to be aware that our same-day dental crowns are:
Our patients are excited about getting aesthetic and comfortable same-day crowns without having to wait a week (which also reduces follow-up costs).
Dental crowns are made of a material that is stronger than natural tooth, which helps to restore the shape of your teeth and improve how they look. Crowns will last 5-10 years or longer with proper care and regular exams.
Yes, your natural tooth under the crown can decay if proper care is not taken when brushing and flossing.
Crowns are not painful. Pain with a crown would be an indication for an underlying issue which should be evaluated by your dentist at your earliest convenience.
The number of crowns you can get in one visit varies depending on the situation. The dentist will take a thorough look at your teeth and determine if any minor work is needed before considering more extensive procedures.
In our office we do same day crowns so you will have your crown permanently cemented before you leave the office saving you any additional visits.