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There are typically several steps involved with placing a dental crown for a patient. That said in most cases the dental crown treatment can usually be done in just two visits. During the first visit, your dentist will prepare and shape the tooth as necessary. This may involve taking impressions and placing a temporary crown as required. All of this can usually be done in about 90 minutes time during the office visit. The patient is then sent home with a temporary crown or cap while the permanent crown is being crafted or fabricated in a dental laboratory.

A Dental Crown Can Be Placed In A Single Visit

In about two weeks time the patient will return to have the permanent crown placed. When the patient returns for their second visit the dentist will remove the temporary crown and fit the permanent crown by cementing it into place. All this can be done in just 30 minutes or less. The total time involved with all visits to place a dental crown is usually around two hours. As a note, there are some cases where a dental crown can be placed in a single visit. This requires special equipment that is technologically advanced and allows the dentist to custom craft a crown in just a matter of minutes.

Saving Your Tooth While Improving Functionality And Appearance
Saving Your Tooth While Improving Functionality And Appearance

It is also important to note that local anesthesia will be used to ensure that the procedure is completely painless and that the patient is comfortable at all times. A crown is a smart and durable solution for repairing a tooth that has been damaged through trauma or disease. With so much to offer it is clear to see why dental crown procedures have become one of the most important techniques used by dentists today. Saving a tooth while improving functionality and appearance has never been easier thanks to dental crown placement. Contact your dentists in Pinole, Dr. Azadeh Hosseini and Dr. Ghazal Hosseini at Top Pinole Dental for more information about dental crown treatments and all that they make possible.

References:
[1] What To Expect From A Dental Crown Procedure
[2] How Long Will My Dental Crown Procedure Take?
[3] How Long Does A Dental Crown Procedure Take?

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