Welcome back to another autumn edition of the Dores Dental blog!
We know that the families of Longmeadow, MA are busier than ever. Between work, school, and extracurricular schedules, life can get pretty crazy around here.
Speaking of demands, have you finished piecing together your Halloween costumes?
Don’t worry, there’s still time.
But the point is that your time is precious, and the last thing you want to do is waste it on repeated trips to the dentist.
Not that oral health isn’t important. Sometimes it just feels inefficient.
That’s why we try to make things easier for you in our Dwight Road dental facility. We don’t always approach things the way that others might.
Take for instance, the way we approach dental crowns. Dental crowns have been used by dentists for decades as part of their restorative dentistry solutions.
It used to be that it would take two to three visits to complete the process of receiving a permanent crown. Actually, it is still that way in a lot of places because they outsource part of the process to a lab.
And all the while that this was going on you would have been required you to wear a makeshift temporary crown.
Most people wondered, and for good reason, why in the world placing a crown necessitated so many office visits and time away from work or family.
How many mornings can you really take off for the same procedure?
It depends on your boss’ disposition, right?
But, fortunately, things have changed for the better. These days, the treatment process for permanent crowns does not have to entail so many sessions.
As it happens, we now have a way to place a crown in just one visit!
In fact, we can prepare and place a crown all in one day.
How can that be?
In our Longmeadow, MA dental office, we use a machine called CEREC to help us repair damaged teeth in less than two hours.
With this forward-looking technology at our disposal, we are equipped to provide strong, natural-looking restorations that will last for many years to come.
When cared for properly, they can be a permanent solution.
Now You Can Restore Your Teeth With Same-Day Crowns
When would you need a crown restoration?
Dental crowns are commonly used to repair severely damaged teeth or to restore teeth following a root canal procedure.
At Dores Dental, we also use crowns to restore dental implants, they are the part that you can see.
Whatever your needs may be, the good news is that dental crowns are now easier than ever to obtain. Plus, they look and feel great.
CEREC allows us to design and create your restoration in just one visit. It will be durable and closely matched to the shade of your natural teeth.
In just 90 minutes or so, you will receive a permanent crown that will restore your tooth and help improve both the health and appearance of your smile.
We don’t like to brag, but we are proud of the value-added services that we deliver. And you should know that Dores Dental is one of the few dental offices in the area to offer