At West Central Dental, we offer same-day crowns with CEREC technology so you can spend less time in the dental chair and more time doing the things you love. With a CEREC crown you can:
Replace a damaged tooth
Protect a tooth after a root canal
Get treatment in one appointment
CEREC technology makes it possible to restore your smile in just one appointment whether you need a root canal or your tooth has been cracked or damaged by decay. Plus, CEREC crowns utilize 3D printing technology, so no messy impressions are necessary! Our doctors will simply scan your tooth to create a crown that fits your bite perfectly.
CEREC crowns are made of tooth-colored ceramic material so they look and feel just like natural teeth.
Our CEREC technology means that we take care of every step of your crown treatment, so you’ll never need to drive to another office.
CEREC crowns are made in-office so you can get a custom, permanent crown in one appointment.
At West Central Dental, we are dedicated to staying on top of the latest dental technology and cutting-edge treatments. That is why we are providing our patients with the ability to get CEREC crowns in-office. We believe that an excellent patient experience includes providing the latest technology so our patients get the most comfortable, convenient, and effective treatments possible.
The cost of getting a crown varies depending on your individual needs and what kind of treatment you may require in addition to your crown. For an accurate estimate on price, it is best to come in for a consultation. Also, with our financing options, we will do our best to keep treatment within your budget. We can help you get the most out of your dental benefits with our in-network insurances, or you can utilize our convenient payment plan to finance with flexibility.
Your CEREC crown will look and feel just like a natural tooth, and you can treat it like one too! Continue to brush and floss like normal and come in every six months for regular exams and cleanings. If your crown becomes damaged or dislodged due to an impact, injury, or particularly hard or sticky food, this qualifies as a dental emergency and you should call us and come in as soon as possible. It is very unlikely that your crown will be damaged or fall out as they are very durable, but if it does happen it is important to get treatment as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the existing tooth structure.