Same Day Crowns

Same Day Crowns

The Convenience of Same Day Crowns

Say goodbye to discomfort and temporary solutions. Same day crowns revolutionise the dental experience by seamlessly blending technology and efficiency. We can restore your smile with a custom-fit, permanent crown that’s precisely designed and crafted, ensuring both convenience and lasting comfort.


  • Safe and Reliable
  • Reduced Discomfort
  • Precise Fit
  • Minimal Disruption
  • Immediate Restoration
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Same Day Crowns

Dental CrownCraft Precision

Meet the latest milling machine for dental crowns, a groundbreaking innovation in contemporary dentistry. This advanced technology is redefining the conventional crown fabrication process by delivering unmatched precision, speed, and quality. Its intuitive interface is designed to empower dental experts to craft crowns that harmonise flawlessly with a patient’s natural teeth, guaranteeing both peak performance and aesthetic appeal.

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FAQS About Same Day Crowns
Same-day crowns are dental crowns that are designed, fabricated and placed using computer-aided technology (CAD/CAM).
Traditional crowns require a temporary crown to be made while the permanent crown is being fabricated off site in a dental laboratory. The permanent crown is then returned 1-2 weeks later and cemented onto the tooth. With Same-day crowns, this fabrication process is done on the same day, saving time and eliminating the need for temporary crowns.
The process involves digitally scanning the prepared tooth using a 3D camera, creating a virtual model of the crown on a computer, and milling the crown from a block of ceramic material right in the dental office. The crown is then bonded to the tooth immediately after fabrication.
Yes, same-day crowns are made from ceramic or zirconia materials and are just as durable and long-lasting as traditionally made crowns.
No, the procedure is typically painless. The tooth is numbed with local anaesthesia during the tooth preparation process to ensure patient comfort.
The entire process, from tooth preparation to crown placement, can usually be completed within a few hours.
There are usually no specific restrictions after getting a same-day crown. Patients can eat and chew normally once the numbness from the anaesthesia wears off.
Yes, same-day crowns are made from tooth-coloured ceramic materials that closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth.
Same-day crowns are typically covered by dental insurance to the same extent as traditional crowns. However, coverage may vary based on the individual insurance plan and policy. It’s best to check with your dental insurance provider to determine your coverage.

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