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28/Oct/2021

Dental crown premolar tooth assembly process. Medically accurate 3D illustration of human teeth treatment

Give yourself the smile you’ve always wanted in just one dental visit. This revolutionary new process allows for us to measure and create your new crowns in just one day; a process that used to take a week or more.

A crown is a covering placed over a damaged tooth that restores the look you want and works as well as a regular tooth. Crowns can be made of:

  • Metal
  • Resin
  • Ceramic
  • Porcelain

Same-Day Crowns

Comparison image of before dental crowns and after.
Crowns can restore a smile or give you the smile you’ve always wanted.

In what used to take days or weeks, creating a crown that is shaped and fitted to your mouth is made possible by computer assisted technology. We take measurements and scans of your mouth to get accurate measurements. Then a machine molds your custom crown within minutes. Our same-day crowns are made out of a very hard ceramic material that looks great on your front teeth.

If you would like to schedule a free consultation with the dentist to see how this convenient and transformative procedure can work for you please call us or fill out the form below:

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    28/Oct/2021

    Wisdom teeth can cause a lot of problems in our mouth. They typically begin starting problems when you’re around 20 years old (plus or minus a few years). It’s recommended to visit a dentist around this time to see if they can be spotted before they start to be painful. When they’re identified on an x-ray most people decide to have them removed. You can have them removed before they cause issues. If they are already causing pain they may be any or all of the following:

    • Impacted Wisdom Teeth. Because of how far back in your mouth they come in, there might not be room for them to grow so they can get stuck in the jaw or gums.
    • Growing in at an odd angle. They can put pressure on other teeth.
    • Your mouth isn’t big enough. Your jaw has no room for an extra set of molars.
    • You have cavities or gum disease. You may not be able to reach your wisdom teeth with your toothbrush or dental floss.

    (source WebMD)

    Having your wisdom teeth removed is a common procedure where you are sedated, and numb throughout. The recovery process is usually 4-7 days where you will need to avoid hard foods and keep your mouth very clean.


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    28/Oct/2021

    Diagram of a dental implant's placement in the bone.
    Diagram of a dental implant’s placement in the bone.

    There are many reasons why someone might have a tooth missing, from an accident, poor health or just plain bad luck. There are options in Riverton Wyoming for getting your missing tooth replaced. One that we specialize in is a dental implant.

    Here are some of the benefits you can expect when getting a missing tooth implant:

    • Improved appearance
    • Improved speech
    • Improved comfort
    • Easier eating
    • Improved self-esteem
    • Improved oral health
    • Durability
    • Convenience -Rather than a denture, an implant stays in your mouth as a normal tooth would.

    Dental implants are secured to the bone of your jaw, which makes them sturdy and convenient. Rather than dealing with dentures and putting something in and taking it out, an implant looks and behaves as a normal tooth would.

    Implant Results

    After a short recovery time and some care you can expect to have a strong and durable tooth in your mouth that you can rely on and smile with confidence. The results speak for themselves.

    Image on the left showing a mouth with missing teeth, the image on the right shows a beautiful smile with all teeth present.
    The scale of results possible with dental implants, crowns and regular cleanings.

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