Same Day Crowns

Monday July 26, 2021

Same Day Crowns

At Fort Worth Dental Arts, Dr. Hoyt is able to provide same-day crowns. This is done with the latest technology by taking a digital scan of the tooth. These scans are highly accurate, detailed, and painless. No messy impressions are necessary. Dr. Hoyt digitally designs the crown and then mills it in the office. Patients often enjoy watching their crowns being designed and created in our open lab. The materials that are used are of the highest esthetic quality. Dr. Hoyt has the ability to color match each crown perfectly in his ceramics lab. Fort Worth Dental Arts is a great choice for patients who value high-quality, beautiful esthetics, and same-day dentistry.

Different Uses for Dental Crowns in the Fort Worth TX area

Dental crowns can be made from different metals, ceramic, porcelain, or composite resin, and serve various purposes. Crowns are used to replace or protect teeth that have been damaged, broken, or lost. Making repairs and restoring proper form to the mouth prevents the teeth from shifting and moving out of their natural alignment. Dental crown services in Fort Worth, Texas, give you a chance to regain your smile and maintain a more uniform look.

Replace Missing Teeth

A tooth can be lost for any number of reasons. It can be broken, cracked, or chipped. In some cases, decay may be so advanced that the tooth or teeth may have to be extracted. Leaving an open space will allow the nearby teeth to start to shift. That will throw off the alignment of your other teeth, making it difficult to chew your food or bring your jaws together. Over time, this can lead to inflammation and pain in the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. In addition, it can be excruciating. Your dentist may be able to lessen your discomfort by creating a partial with a dental crown or crowns to fill the space.

Cover a Damaged or Broken Tooth

A tooth that has been damaged or broken may be saved if it is topped with a crown before decay starts to set it. Once the dentist has made minor repairs, he may place a temporary crown on the tooth until he is sure that the area has healed. When it has healed sufficiently, he will remove the temporary crown and replace it with a permanent one that will stay in place for several years. Permanent crowns are generally made of metal, porcelain, or ceramic due to their exceptional durability.

Repair a Root Canal

Root canals are another instance in which a temporary crown may allow the tooth to heal completely. In some cases, the dentist may have to go in a second time to ensure they have cleared away all of the infection. When the tooth has been repaired and the healing is complete, the dentist will remove the temporary composite crown and replace it with a permanent one. Permanent crowns are made out of porcelain or ceramic. These materials are much more robust and more durable than the composite resin used to create temporary crowns. In addition, they will last for several years without discoloring or wearing down.

Provide the Final Touch for Dental Implants

Dental crowns are also the finishing touch to dental implants. These crowns are shaped exactly like the tooth they replace so that when they are snapped onto the implant, it gives your smile a natural look. Dental implants do not slip, slide, or shift and the crowns placed on top will not wear away. An implant will prevent erosion of the jawbone while the crown holds the teeth surrounding it firmly in place. Dental implants are a good alternative to bridges or dentures.

If you live in the Fort Worth, Texas area, visit Fort Worth Dental Arts to learn more about their dental crown services. Dr. Spencer Hoyt and his team can provide you with all of the information you need to make an informed choice. When you are ready to schedule your first appointment, call (817) 886-0300. If you are already a patient, call (817) 529-1600. They can help you restore your smile as well as your self-confidence!

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