Same Day Crowns – Wappingers Falls

Same Day Crowns (CEREC)

Wappingers Falls Dental Arts provides top-quality same-day custom dental crowns using advanced technology and high-grade materials.

Dental crowns are commonly recommended for teeth that are decayed or fractured, as well as for cosmetic reasons.

Our state-of-the-art technology, which includes 3D imaging and in-house dental labs, enables us to create crowns in a timely and efficient manner.

Restore your smiling in no time!
Brian KeelerBrian Keeler
18:31 08 Nov 23
Karen is excellent!!!
Lucy BLucy B
18:10 08 Nov 23
Dental Arts is a great office, my hygienist Karen is always friendly and checks in throughout the cleaning to make sure i’m doing okay :)
John GutowskiJohn Gutowski
15:13 08 Nov 23
Awesome job thank you!
Remiya KurianRemiya Kurian
13:55 08 Nov 23
Karen has always been thorough and lovely. Very patient and answers any questions you may have. She makes you feel comfortable. Always a great pleasure to see.
josh hassjosh hass
19:23 02 Nov 23
Juliana and Karen were great! Always a good experience at the dentist. Thank you!
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CEREC Dental Crowns: A Same-Day Solution to Damaged Teeth

If you have damaged or decayed teeth, it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible. Fortunately, you can now undergo cosmetic and restorative dentistry in just one visit, thanks to CEREC dental technology. With CEREC, you can receive custom dental crowns, inlays, or onlays all in one visit, saving you time and hassle.

What are CEREC dental crowns?

CEREC stands for CEramic REConstruction, and the technology uses digital impressions and a milling unit to create a custom restoration for your damaged tooth. The ceramic material used is strong and durable, and it closely resembles the composition of your natural teeth.

At Dr. Shay Markovitch’s office in Wappingers Falls, our team uses CEREC technology to design, create, and place your dental crown all in one visit. First, we create a 3D digital model of your teeth, which is used to design the dental restoration. Then, the milling unit creates the actual dental crown from a block of ceramic material, which is bonded to your damaged tooth. 

Final adjustments can be made as needed.

The benefits of CEREC technology are many. Not only does it save you time and hassle, but CEREC restorations are also approximately three times stronger than those created in a dental lab. Plus, they blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth, making them aesthetically appealing as well.

If you’re interested in CEREC dental crowns or other restorative dentistry options, contact our office today to schedule an appointment. During your visit, our team will discuss pricing and whether your insurance will cover some of the cost. Don’t wait any longer to restore your damaged teeth – contact us today.

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