CEREC Same-Day Crowns In Kennesaw, GA
CEREC Makes Crowns in One Visit a Reality
What does that mean for you?
Now, you can get a permanent crown replaced in a single visit at our Kennesaw dental office. No repeat appointments necessary, only one anesthetic injection is required, and no fighting with a temporary crown for a couple of weeks. In addition to improved comfort and convenience for you, CEREC same-day dental crowns are:
Why CEREC Crowns are a Patient Favorite
The 5 Steps to a CEREC Crown
Find out in our CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns infographic!
Dr. Duncan is a Leader in Same-Day Dentistry with CEREC
What sets Dr. Duncan apart from the big corporate dental offices?
‘‘ Dr. Duncan is simply the best. The office is new looking and very nice. The staff is very friendly. Dr. Duncan is a great dentist, and they use the latest in technology to give you the best dental care possible. ’’
Hunter H., Actual Patient
Have Questions about CEREC?
- Is there a price difference between a CEREC crown and a traditional crown? No. The cost of your dental restoration will depend not on whether it is created in-house or by a lab, but on the material used (gold, metal alloys, porcelain, ceramic, zirconia, composite resin). Dr. Duncan will discuss your case to determine whether you are a candidate for CEREC crowns and what’s best for your tooth.
- How long will I be in the chair? The amount of time it takes for Dr. Duncan to create your custom crown depends on your sensitivity to numbing and the number of restorations required. The average time you will be in the dental chair for one CEREC crown is between 1.5 and 2 hours.
- How are the dental crowns fabricated without using a dental lab? With our in-house CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) milling machine, we can create a dental crown while you wait.
- Step 1: A digital wand is used to take an image of your damaged tooth.
- Step 2: These images are used to create a 3D model of your new dental crown.
- Step 3: The digital design is wirelessly transferred to a machine in the office that mills the crown out of a porcelain block.
- Step 4: The new crown is stained and glazed by Dr. Duncan and then inserted and permanently cemented to replace your damaged tooth.
- Step 5: You leave the office with your new crown. No temporaries or no repeat visits!
For a visual depiction of the milling process and benefits, view our free educational infographic.
- How long will a CEREC crown last? A dental crown personally designed by Dr. Duncan will last longer than one created from a dental lab. With proper care and without teeth clenching or grinding, a porcelain crown will last between 10-15 years, though some may last much longer.