Posted by DENTAL HEALTH PC on Apr 8 2022, 09:00 AM
Sometimes, a tooth breaks amidst a hectic work schedule and busy family engagements. To restore the complete structure of the tooth, a filling may not be enough. The dentist may prescribe a crown to restore the functionality and strength of a tooth.
Receiving a dental crown that takes multiple dental appointments may sound discouraging, using up your time and money. Thankfully, cutting-edge dental technology provides you with single-visit crowns in which the crown can be placed in just one visit to the dentist's office.
A dental crown is a tooth-colored cap to cover the impairment of the tooth by restoring the shape, size, strength, and appearance of a tooth. They are a safe and permanent restorative option to modify the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line. Here are some reasons why you should opt for the One-Visit crown.
One-Visit Dental Crown is an affordable and efficient method to protect a weakened tooth and can impress others with a healthier, and better-looking smile. Initially, the patient will be administered local anesthesia to numb the teeth and surrounding area. Then, the dentist removes the damaged and decayed part of a tooth and sets the area to place the crown to protect against further oral issues.
A mold of the tooth is made with a dental scanner and the process of fabricating the crown is completed within one to two hours. A custom-made crown is effectively placed within the same day of appointment by eliminating the need for temporary crowns and repeated dental visits.
If you require a single visit crown for a damaged tooth and get you back to your normal life and daily routines at the earliest, visit Dental Health PC at 869 NW 23rd Street, Corvallis, OR 97330. Call us at (541) 757 1829 to book an appointment.
869 NW 23rd Street, Corvallis, OR 97330
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