Same-Day Dental Crowns
in Cary, NC

Have you ever wished there was an easier and faster way to get a crown put in? Myers + Co Family Dentistry is the best place to be. Our experienced team, led by Dr. Sarah Myers, is proud to offer same-day crowns in Cary, NC.

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Dental crowns in Cary, NC

Why Would I Need a Crown?

You likely want to keep your teeth in good condition. After all, they're among the first things people notice. Unfortunately, your teeth can become worn down and damaged over time due to cavities or trauma. If this is the case, your dentist must remove a part of the damaged tooth. You will likely need a crown to protect and strengthen the remaining tooth structure.

Crowns act as a cap for your tooth, helping to provide support and keeping it from further damage or decay. Crowns protect what remains of your tooth structure and provide extra strength and stability so you can carry on with your everyday life without worrying about breakage or chipping. Dr. Sarah Myers specializes in same-day crowns, so you can return to smiling confidently in no time!

Cary, NC dental crowns

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Intraoral Scanner = Mess-Free Treatment

You can say goodbye to goopy impressions thanks to our 3D Intraoral Scanner. This tool allows us to capture images and create impressions of your teeth. It’s a fully digital process — no putty necessary.

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You don’t need to rely on dental insurance to get the care you need. We strive to keep quality dentistry affordable and accessible by providing a variety of ways to finance your treatment.

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The benefits of

Same-Day Dental Crowns

No Temporary Crowns Required

You don’t need temporary crowns before fitting same-day crowns, so you don't have to deal with the potential discomfort or extra visits typically associated with traditional crowns.

Digital Process

The whole process is digital for a fast and accurate treatment that takes just minutes. This means your dentist will not use messy impressions to create your same-day crown.

Same-Day Treatment

You will receive your permanent crown on the same day, so no waiting or multiple visits are needed.

The Dental Crown Treatment Process

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Preparing The Tooth

Dr. Sarah Myers will evaluate your mouth and prioritize treatment if necessary. She will then prepare your tooth for the crown by removing any decay or damage to the enamel, cleaning it, and reshaping it. Sedation may be provided if you would like or if your dentist thinks it’s necessary.

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Digital Impressions

Your dentist will take digital impressions of your teeth. This helps her create a precise model of your mouth to make sure the crown fits appropriately.

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Milling the crown

Once the digital impression is complete, our advanced system mills your new crown in-office while you wait. This may take 1-2 hours.

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Inspection and Adjustment

Dr. Sarah Myers will inspect and adjust the crown for a comfortable fit before bonding it securely with dental cement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Gone are the days of waiting weeks for your crown while dealing with temporary teeth replacements. With same-day crowns, you can restore your tooth in just one visit. Our cutting-edge technology allows us to take a digital impression of your mouth, custom-make a new crown and place it that day. Interested in our same-day crown treatment services in Cary, NC? Contact us online or call (919) 851-5166 to book an appointment.

Dental crowns that are placed as a part of restorative treatment are usually covered by most insurance policies. The exact amount of coverage, and how much you will have to pay, will vary based on your unique plan. Cosmetic crowns, however, may not be covered by insurance. Check with your insurance to find out if dental crowns are covered under your policy.

You may benefit from a crown if your teeth are damaged or severely decayed. If your teeth are causing you pain, discomfort, or are visibly damaged or discolored, don’t wait to schedule a consultation with your dentist, so you can find out if dental crowns can alleviate your oral health issues.

To care for your dental crown, all you need to do is treat it like you would your natural teeth. Be sure to brush at least twice a day for at least two minutes and floss at least once, preferably at night. In addition to visiting your dentist every six months for regular visits, avoid snacking on overly hard or sticky foods to help extend the lifespan of your dental crown.

Dental crowns can last as long as 15 years when they are made and placed properly. Keeping up with good oral health habits, like brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing at least once a day, as well as seeing your dentist every 6 months for regular cleanings and checkups can also enhance your crown’s longevity. Same-day crowns aren’t quite as durable, but they can still last for many years with the proper care.

Dental crowns can be used to treat teeth that have suffered damage and decay. Other candidates that could benefit from a dental crown include patients who have serious cavities, as well as those who have experienced dental trauma resulting in cracked, chipped, or broken teeth. Patients who have undergone root canal therapy will often require a crown to finish the procedure, as crowns cap the entire tooth all the way down to the gumline in order to protect it from future issues. In addition, because crowns can restore the shape and appearance of teeth in addition to restoring their functionality, they can be used for certain cosmetic cases where other services like veneers or dental bonding are not viable options.

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