Missing a tooth or several teeth can make life difficult. Not only can it be challenging and even painful to chew or speak, but it can also be embarrassing. If you’ve considered dental implants in the past but just weren’t sure, you’ll love how easy the process has become over the years because of advances in technology.
Thanks to CEREC Dental Crowns same-day implant technology, it’s now possible to have a customized implant crown created right here in the office in one visit. The two biggest benefits of having the technology and training available to create and place dental implants in the office is fewer appointments needed and a better-looking end product.
We’re all short on time, and no one likes to come to the dentist more often than necessary. Dr. Pappas understands this, which is why he has invested his time, money and continuing education in order to provide in-office dental implants to his patients.
When it comes to the traditional process of dental implants, several appointments are usually required in order to plan the process, place the titanium post and eventually place the crown that will be visible when you smile. With our in-office technology, it’s possible to complete the whole process in only one or two visits in most cases.
Better Fit and Match
When a dentist does not have access to the CEREC same-day implant technology, impressions must be sent away to a lab in order to create the crown. This can take several weeks, and sometimes when the crown arrives it’s not the exact color or shape that is ideal for your new smile.
If the crown has to be sent back it could take several weeks more to complete the process, and if it isn’t sent back then you may find yourself less than satisfied with the final product. With our technology, we can make sure your crown matches your other teeth perfectly and fits exactly as it should by making any necessary changes right here in the office.
Meta-description: Choosing a dentist who performs same day dental implants just makes sense. There’s no reason to schedule more appointments than necessary or drag out the process when the technology is available to those willing to invest in a better patient experience.