Single-Visit Crowns with CEREC

Here at Center Valley Dental, we are proud to offer single-visit crowns that are not only breathtakingly natural-looking but comfortable and convenient. How? Using CEREC technology. This digital 3D camera creates a digital image, replacing the more traditional, uncomfortable impressions of years past. The computer-aided design (CAD) software enables us to design and create a precise restoration that is specific to your unique dental needs and color-matched for a more natural-looking smile.

What dental restorations can be made using CEREC?

  • Ceramic Crowns

  • Fillings (inlays and onlays)

  • Veneers

All restorations are made on-site here in our Center Valley office while you sit comfortably in our waiting room! 

Why CEREC Crowns?

  • Single visit convenience—no temporaries
  • No uncomfortable impression trays
  • Beautiful esthetics—color matched ceramic
  • Natural looking smile
  • Clinically proven—millions of successful restorations worldwide
  • Enamel-like materials- natural look and feel
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Frequently Asked Questions About CEREC Crowns in Center Valley

What are the benefits of single-visit crowns compared to traditional crowns?

The main benefits of CEREC, single-visit crowns include:

  • Convenience: Everything is completed in one visit, saving you time and eliminating the need for temporary crowns.
  • Comfort: Digital impressions are more comfortable compared to traditional molds. No goo!
  • Aesthetics: CEREC crowns are made from high-quality ceramic that can be matched to the natural look and feel of your teeth.

Are single-visit crowns as durable as traditional crowns?

Yes, single-visit crowns are made from advanced ceramic materials that are comparable in strength and longevity to those used in traditional crown processes. With proper care, these crowns can last as long as crowns made over multiple visits.

Can any dental issue be fixed with a single-visit crown?

CEREC crowns are ideal for many restorative situations including decayed, broken, or chipped teeth. However, some complex cases might require traditional crowns. We recommend consulting with our Center Valley dentist to determine the best option for your specific dental needs.

How do I care for my single-visit crown?

Your crown should be cared for just like your natural teeth. Regular brushing, flossing, and checkups are essential. Avoiding hard foods and not using your teeth as tools can also extend the life of your crown.