The Finishing Touch.
A crown covers, or caps, a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size. It strengthens the tooth as it improves its appearance. Crowns are needed when a tooth is cracked or broken down and a filling won’t solve the problem.
Here are other ways crowns are used: to restore a tooth when there isn’t much tooth left, to attach a bridge, to protect weak teeth from breaking, to restore fractured teeth, and to cover misshaped teeth. At many practices, a finished crown requires a temporary crown and a return visit, but Dr. Gary Schlotterer uses computer-aided CEREC technology to mold and create a crown in one visit.
CEREC same-day crowns are perfect for busy individuals who are looking to improve their oral health and smile quickly. Here are some benefits of CEREC crowns vs traditional crowns.