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Same Day Crown

Revolutionizing Cosmetic Dentistry

Your smile is a big way you communicate with your world, and it’s the first thing that makes an impression on the people you meet. Same day crown eliminates, functional concerns with temporary crowns, Inferior Esthetics of temporary crowns.


In the world of cosmetic dentistry, the traditional process of getting a dental crown has always been a time-consuming and often uncomfortable experience. However, with our cutting edge technology, this process has been revolutionized.

Same day crown eliminates, functional concerns with temporary crowns, Inferior Esthetics of temporary crowns, chances of tooth contamination, due to inferior mechanical properties of temporary crowns (Often leading to root canal treatment due to severe symptoms) and multiple visits with multiple injections.

Benefits of Same Day Crowns

There are numerous benefits to getting a same day crown, including:

Convenience – Since same day crowns can be created and placed on the same day, there is no need for multiple appointments or temporary crowns, which can be a time-consuming and uncomfortable process.

Accuracy – our cutting edge technology significantly cuts down the discrepancy rate to 1% maximum (VS 18-20% with traditional crown manufacturing techniques). Same day crowns are created using advanced computer (CAD CAM) technology, which ensures a precise fit and a natural look.

Aesthetics – Same day crowns are made from high-quality ceramic materials, which are color-matched to your existing teeth, resulting in a natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Durability – Same day crowns are made from high-strength materials, which are designed to last for many years with proper care. Comfort – Since same day crowns are designed and created on-site, there is no need for messy impressions or uncomfortable temporary crowns, then the wait game with unpleasant surprises.

What to Expect During the Procedure

Getting a same day crown is a relatively straightforward procedure, which typically involves the following steps:

Consultation – Your dentist will assess the condition of your tooth and determine whether a crown is necessary.

Preparation – Your dentist will prepare your tooth, after numbing you up, by removing any decayed or damaged tooth, then building up and shaping the healthy part, to accommodate the crown.

Digital Imaging – Your dentist will take digital images of your tooth using a special camera. Design – The 3D model of your tooth will be used to design the crown using advanced computer technology.

Creation – The crown will be created using a milling machine in the office, you can ask Dr. Beshay and his team to watch your crown being manufactured.

Placement – Once the crown has been created, your dentist will place it on your tooth and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a perfect fit.


A: Crowns are indicated on teeth that are widely damaged, yes, if a crown is recommended, it will make your tooth much stronger as it provide overall protection vs fillings that are usually indicated for smaller defects.
A: Yes, your natural tooth is still in there, it’s just restored from outside with the crown or the cap.
A: Due previous rounds of fillings, fractures, multiple chips, teeth are often rendered weak and becoming less supportive to fillings. thus a crown will be a reasonable option to save your tooth.
A: If you put in account the number of failing fillings you will have to get, because of your tooth weak condition and lack of support. adding that to the loss your priceless tooth structure with every failure, crowns are actually more conservative and less costly.
A: At times, a root canal treatment is required due to the nature of your tooth defect. but no, not every crown requires a root canal treatment.
A: Yes, in most conditions root canal treated teeth are weaker than usual, and thus to prevent future damage these teeth are indicated for crown coverage.
A: Bridges are multiple crowns fused together, before implants, bridges used to be the standard of restoring a missing tooth space. however they are becoming less popular as implants are proven to be more successful.

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