Same Day Crowns
Offering Quality Care in a Friendly and Caring Atmosphere
E4D™ same day dentistry offers you the dental care you need and the convenience you want.
The E4D Dentist system can offer you an unparalleled dental experience, enabling us to provide you with a high quality dental restoration in a single appointment.
Ask today if an E4D restoration is right for you.
SAME DAY DENTISTRY
We understand your life is busy, which is why we've invested an E4D Dentist system that enables us to provide you with the dental care you need and want in a single visit. We scan your tooth rather than take a conventional impression. Then, a custom restoration is designed to fit your unique smile, after which, it is transferred to the milling unit where your crown, filling or veneer is created right in our dental office. The final restoration is placed in your mouth the same day.
Digital scans use the latest laser technology which is not only extremely precise, but also as safe as the check-out scanner at the grocery store. Unlike conventional impressions that can be messy, unpleasant and cumbersome, a digital scan is clean and fast.
The benefits of a single visit restoration go beyond saving you time. Your final crown, filling or veneer can be seated in the same appointment, so you can avoid the hassle of a temporary and second office visit.
Why root canal treatment?
If you have been told that a root canal is necessary to save one of your teeth, it is important that you understand why this procedure is necessary and what happens during root canal treatment.
Root canal treatment (endodontics) treats disorders of the nerve (also called the pulp) of the tooth. It used to be that a tooth with a diseased or infected nerve had to be removed. In 95 percent of the cases today, however, this is no longer true. We believe in saving teeth (instead of removing them). We make every effort to help you keep your natural teeth for a lifetime!
Why is crown and bridge treatment necessary?
Losing a permanent tooth, whether due to dental decay, periodontal (gum) disease, injury or accident, can cause many serious problems for your neighboring teeth. Because the support and chewing forces are altered, the remaining teeth may begin to shift. The opposing teeth above or below the lost tooth can begin to move up or down and out of the socket, which can accelerate periodontal disease and further break down the bone structure. If the missing tooth is not replaced, more teeth may eventually be lost due to the improper forces exerted during chewing.
What is a crown?
A crown — sometimes called a "cap" — is a tooth-like covering placed over a carefully prepared existing tooth. Used to strengthen, restore or improve the appearance of your natural, a crown is placed on an individual tooth much like a thimble over your finger. Crowns serve many functions in addition to being used to strengthen a tooth to accommodate the attachment of a fixed bridge. One of the most common is to support the tooth when there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling. Crowns may also be used to protect the structure of a tooth that is fractured or broken.
What is a bridge and why are crowns involved?
A bridge is a custom device anchored to neighboring teeth that replaces one or more missing teeth. When a lost tooth is replaced with bridgework, the teeth on either side of the missing one must be prepared as crowns fused to porcelain. Both appearance and function are considered when selecting the material most suitable for you.