Restore Your Smile in 1 Day With Same-Day Dental Crowns in Bicton
You don’t have to wait for weeks for your ceramic restorations when you can have them completed on the same day.
Dentist Bicton has a skilled staff who will work closely with you every step of the way to ensure that your treatment is personalized just for you. Our state-of-the-art CAD-CAM system allows our dentist to scan your jaw and teeth digitally, design your crown or bridge, and cement it on your teeth in as little as an hour, offering you rapid, extremely safe, and advanced care.
The Benefits of Same-Day Dental Crowns
1.) Fast and Convenient
3.) Comfortable and Durable
Why should you go with Dentist Bicton for A Same Day Dental Crown Procedures in Bicton Western Australia?
Dentist Bicton has a skilled staff who will work closely with you every step of the way to ensure that your treatment is personalized just for you. With our advanced technology and expertise in this area, we can create a custom-made tooth replacement that looks great and feels comfortable too.
Call us immediately at (08) 9438 2032 if you want to book a dental treatment with us.
Frequently Asked Questions About Same-Day Crowns
First, our dental team will discuss what type of crown you prefer. Then, a digital image of your mouth is taken to check your tooth structure. It is possible to produce a permanent crown at the dental office using a digital image that has been taken before treatment. Depending on the complexity of your crown, the procedure could take between one and two hours.
Following the completion of the crown, your dentist will apply dental cement to the surface to ensure that it is permanently attached to the tooth. This process typically takes between two and four hours.
Here are situations where you need a dental crown:
- You have badly damaged teeth or fractured teeth that you need to put together to avoid tooth decay.
- You need to provide support for damaged teeth with a large dental filling.
- You need a cover for dental implants.
- Your damaged tooth has a risk of injury to its adjacent teeth.