Your dentist considers you for a CEREC crown in Northborough if your tooth is weak and vulnerable to fractures. In many cases, this fragility is due to deep decay, trauma, or following root canal therapy.
A tooth crown is a tooth-shaped cap that protects a damaged tooth, and it can also conceal tooth flaws that may detract from your smile aesthetic.
Dental Crown Process at Northborough Family Dental
The process starts with digital impressions, which means you’ll not have to endure goopy impression materials. We then send these impressions to our on-site milling machine, where your crown is fabricated. Each CEREC one-visit crown takes approximately 15 minutes to mill in our state-of-the-art milling machine. Finally, your dentist provides final adjustments and ensures that the color of your crown matches your smile.
Most patients do not report any discomfort following a CEREC same-day crown placement, but every case is different, and some patients can experience minor discomfort that subsides after a couple of days.
For Dental Crowns in Northborough, Contact Us
We provide quality, lasting dental crowns in our dental office. If you have a flawed or fractured tooth, we encourage you to reach out to a member of our team today. A dental crown can save your tooth from below the gumline breakage and the need for extraction.