Struggling with a cracked or damaged tooth is a pain. Realizing you have to wait 2-4 weeks for a permanent crown only adds to the stress. Same-day crowns let you skip the wait and get your smile back in just a single visit.
Why should I get a same-day crown?
If you are dealing with a broken, cracked, or deeply damaged tooth, getting a same-day crown can restore it in just a couple of hours. Made from durable, high-quality materials, same-day crowns look and feel just like a natural tooth and can last for decades with proper care. Because same-day crowns are completed in a single visit, there’s no need for uncomfortable, ill-fitting temporary restorations. The entire process is fast and easy, so you can quickly get your tooth and smile back to optimal health.
Get Real-Time Results
Forget uncomfortable temporary crowns and weeks of waiting for customs. Our state-of-the-art in-house mill allows us to create your custom crown right in our office in just a few hours.
Not In A Hurry?
Traditional lab-made crowns take longer to make, but they’re hand-crafted by experts to match your unique tooth shape and shade. Lab made crown may offer different material options that we don't have the ability to do same-day or help with custom shade matching.
The Benefits of Same-Day Crowns
Treatment Is Done In Just A Couple Hours
If you have a busy schedule, same-day crowns give you a brand new tooth restoration in just a couple of hours.
No Temporary Crowns Necessary
Same-day crowns prevent complications that can occur with temporaries or multiple appointments, and give you a permanent dental solution quickly.
Fully Digital Process
Our team uses a 3D scanner to craft models of your tooth. Messy impressions are now a thing of the past.
The Same-Day Crown Treatment Process
Digital Models & Milling
After completing a thorough exam of your oral health, your dentist will use a 3D scanner to capture images of your mouth and your teeth. The scans are converted into digital models that your dentist uses to mill your same-day crown, right in the office.
Fit Inspection & Adjustments
Once the crown is ready and your dentist has cleaned and prepared your tooth, the crown will be checked for fit and adjustments will be made, if necessary.
Permanent Crown Placement
After final adjustments, your dentist will use a powerful dental cement to bond your crown into place permanently, restoring your smile and your bite.