Are You Reluctant to Get a Dental Crown?
Your dentist gave you the news. You need a crown. The last time you had one, you had to wait for 2 weeks for the crown to be created in the lab. Meanwhile, you had the hassle of trying to chew with the temporary one. You have questions about crowns, such as, have crowns changed since you got your last one? Are the materials safe? Are there differences in the quality of crowns? How do you find the right dentist to do your crown? Understandably, you are hesitating to get your crown because you want more clarity and answers to your questions.
Getting dental crowns can be a long process with multiple visits and options available.
At Good Health Dental, we believe that getting a crown should be clear, simple, and with minimal appointments. Dr. Scott Rose has over 30 year experience as a dentist, has received awards and fellowships, and is a certified Cerec specialist. As a holistic dentist, he has treated hundreds of patients with safe crowns, and all of his treatments are non-toxic and biocompatible. In addition to adhering to a holistic philosophy, Dr. Rose’s practice uses the most cutting edge technology for diagnosis and treatments.
Dental crowns are used to restore chipped, damaged, or missing teeth. They are also used when there is a dental emergency, a root canal, or when decay in a tooth has reached the point where there is more filling than tooth. Your tooth is reshaped to accept a crown which is a replica of your tooth that fits over what remains of your tooth, or they can be placed on a dental implant. Crowns can be made of metal, porcelain, resin or ceramic. At Good Health Dental, we only use the safest materials to provide quality crowns.
The One-Day Crown
Typically, dental crown treatment involves two visits for the patient. At the first appointment, the dentist obtains a mold of the tooth to send to the lab to create the crown, and then prepares the tooth for the crown. The patient is fitted with a temporary crown and usually returns two weeks later to receive the permanent crown.
The good news is that technological advances now make it possible for dentists to do your crown in one visit! As a Cerec-certified dentist, Dr. Rose has the training, experience and the Cerec equipment to create the permanent crown in less than 30 minutes on the first visit! The one day crown (or same day crown) eliminates the need for a second visit and the challenges of chewing which can occur with the temporary crown in between visits.
Here’s how to work with Dr. Rose to get your one-day crown:
Let’s figure out what you need.
Experience a quick and easy visit.
Enjoy getting your new permanent crown on the same day!
Dread a crown? Try our “one visit” safe and easy dental crowns
Don’t go for “maybe right”!
Stop hesitating to get the crown you know you need
Forget about waiting 2 weeks for your crown
Don’t worry about toxic materials
Avoid chewing on a temporary crown
Ditch the two-visit crown
Go for “always right”!
Go ahead with getting your dental crown
Enjoy not waiting 2 weeks for a crown
Relax knowing your crown is safe
Chew right away on your permanent crown
Enjoy your same-day single visit crown
Trust Dr. Rose to give you fast, easy, and safe dental crown options!