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Same-Day Crowns Last in Milwaukee, WI

How Long Do Same-Day Crowns Last?

May 20, 2022
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Posted By: Wisconsin Smiles
 A Woman with Same-Day Crowns Last in Milwaukee, WI

When we craft same-day dental crowns in Milwaukee, WI, we use a single piece of quality porcelain for durability and function. So, if you take care of your tooth, you can extend its life.

With proper care, dental crowns can last a decade or even for life.

What Are Dental Crowns and How Do They Work?

Dental crowns are caps that go over your teeth. They are custom-made to fit and function like natural teeth. Even the color is tailored to match.

Dental crowns work for a variety of purposes. For example, if you have a damaged or root-canaled tooth, the crown restores function by creating a barrier between your bite force and the weakened tooth.

A dental crown can also conceal cosmetic flaws and chips. And we use dental crowns to top dental implant posts and secure dental bridges to healthy teeth.

What Is a Same-Day Tooth Crown in Milwaukee, WI?

Often, when you need a dental crown, it is a drawn-out process with multiple dental visits. CEREC technology, offered by select dentists, eliminates these hassles!

If you need a dental crown, we take digital impressions and send the results to an onsite computer. The computer recognizes our specifications and sends them to our in-office milling machine. The machine cuts the crown from quality porcelain and prints it while you wait.

Your dentist makes final adjustments, and then you’re free to go! It’s that simple. No repeat visits. No waiting weeks for your restoration.

Dental Crown Care

Remember, crown care contributes to crown longevity. Brush it, floss it, and treat it like your natural teeth for the best results. And remember to visit your dentist regularly for teeth cleanings and checkups.

Contact Your Milwaukee, WI, Dentist

If you have a broken tooth or need a dental crown, we invite you to contact our dental office to schedule a restoration consultation today.

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