After taking into account the way you bite and the appearance you desire for your new crown, the custom design is sent to our IN-OFFICE milling unit to create your permanent, all-ceramic, highly esthetic, and incredibly strong crown. You will have your beautiful new crown within hours, all in the same day! You can watch as your new crown is milled and then Dr. Snyder will add some additional characterization to make your new crown blend in with your other natural teeth. After a quick firing in the special oven, your permanent crown in ready to be bonded to your tooth!
Next Dr. Snyder will use the scanned image of your tooth to create your custom crown design right in front of your eyes!
A small wand is used to scan your tooth and create a 3-D model in the computer.
We've got all your needs covered, from basic cleanings, to full dentures and everything in between. We are currently accepting new patients from as early as 6 months of age. Our practice is dedicated to COMPREHENSIVE CARE, meaning a whole mouth approach to provide the best long-term results.
We utilize the most advanced digital x-rays available, which not only reduce your radiation exposure, but also improve the image quality allowing for the best diagnostic results.
Below are links to the post-operative instructions given to you after your procedure. Please review the information provided, but never hesitate to call if you have any additional questions or concerns.
As our gift to you, you will also receive a take-home maintenance pen (shown below) to further extend your new brighter smile!
Sinsational Smile In-Office Whitening System
-Should the situation arise that a crown (or sometimes called a cap) is needed to protect your tooth, we are able to take a Digital Impression and fabricate your new permanent crown in the office the same day! This means no messy impression material, no temporary crowns, and no second appointment!
-Our Digital x-rays provide the highest level of clarity and detail while reducing your exposure by up to 95% over conventional films.
-A camera the size of a pen is used to take close up pictures of your tooth allowing you to see what Dr. Snyder sees.