Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

How do dental crowns work?

Dental crowns have a variety of important uses for our patients, and your dentist in Fayetteville, AR uses them widely across all of dentistry.

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that fits over a treated tooth. We design this crown to look like a natural tooth.

In our dental office, we use CEREC same-day crowns because we want our patients to have a fully functional smile at all times. No waiting weeks for your fitting. No goopy materials to take impressions. We create your crown using on-site digital impressions and our own lab.

Dental Crowns at Work

In general dentistry, a same-day crown strengthens your vulnerable tooth following root canal therapy or trauma. In this situation, the crown works by creating a safe zone between your weakened tooth and your bite. This protects the tooth from a sudden fracture.

When you consider tooth replacement, think of dental crowns. In this capacity, a dental crown works by topping a dental implant post or by anchoring a bridge of replacement teeth (or a single tooth) across your smile gap.

In cosmetic dentistry, a dental crown conceals tooth flaws like chips, discoloration, and shape issues.

Because we use dental crowns in so many capacities, it only makes sense to offer same-day crowns in our dental office.

For Same-Day Dental Crowns in Fayetteville, AR, Contact Us

To learn more about crowns or to schedule a dental checkup, get in touch with our dental team today.

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