Restore Teeth with Cerec® Same Day Dental Crowns in Reston, VA
All of your teeth play an important role in speaking, chewing, maintaining the alignment of other teeth. That’s why when a tooth becomes weakened or damaged, it’s important to get it taken care of right away. One way to restore a damaged tooth is with a Cerec® same day dental crown. This method requires a simple in-office procedure to complete. At Dental One Reston, we can perform the necessary steps for dental crowns at our Reston, VA practice. We’ll ensure that your tooth is fully restored to prevent further damage and more expensive procedures later.
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The Dental Crown Procedure
Teeth can become damaged and weakened due to decay. When this happens, you need a way to restore the tooth to its original strength, or you risk losing the entire tooth. A dental crown will strengthen and protect a damaged tooth, allowing you to keep your natural tooth instead of needing an extraction. When the dentist identifies a tooth that requires a dental crown, the restoration process will begin by preparing the damaged tooth for the crown. This usually includes shaping the tooth to remove decayed areas and so that the crown can be easily placed over the top. Your dentist will use in-office technology to take measurements and create a crown (or cap) that will fit snugly over the existing tooth. He or she will also be sure that the material used to make the crown will match your existing tooth color. The crown is then placed on top of the damaged tooth and secured, effectively protecting the tooth from further decay or damage.
Crowns can also be used in combination to replace missing teeth through a practice called a dental bridge. The procedure uses the surrounding teeth around the gap as support for a false tooth that will fit into the opening. The two teeth on each side of the gap are strengthened using dental crows, and the false tooth is then attached to the crowns to fill the gap. This prevents teeth from shifting out of alignment and keeps your smile intact. If you have any questions about our dental bridges or crowns in Reston, VA, please reach out to us or schedule an appointment.