Regain Your Smile with Implant Crowns
Are you discouraged by missing or severely damaged teeth? If so, find out if implant crowns are the answer to your woes. Implant crowns are dental crowns that the practice attaches to dental implants, which are artificial titanium tooth roots. Implant crowns are durable and permanent, and they restore beauty and function to your teeth. Book your consultation with Dr. Olson online or over the phone today.
Same Day Implant Crowns
Dr. Olson provides patients added convenience and comfort by offering the ultimate one-and-done restorative treatment, placing crowns in one visit using advanced CAD/CAM technology. As with traditional crowns, she prepares the affected tooth by shaving off or reducing its size slightly to accommodate the crown.
Dr. Olson’s office is equipped with a 3D scanner, so she can also make digital molds rather than using the goopy, messy, and typically uncomfortable way of making dental impressions. And as if that weren’t enough, with the use of CAD/CAM technology, we’re able to mill your permanent crown onsite. That’s right — no multiple appointments, no goop, and no temporary crowns to deal with.
Implant Crown Q & A
Dental implants are artificial titanium roots that are placed by Dr. Olson or your Dental Surgeon. Once integrated into your natural bone, dental implants are extremely strong and durable.
Dental implants allow dentists to place dental prosthetics, such as crowns, where they otherwise couldn’t.
To place a dental implant, your team first creates a 3D image of your mouth and utilizes a 3D CT image of your jaw. A model is created to help Doctor Olson, or your Dental Surgeon place the artificial titanium root. Once the implant is in place, you wait several months for it to integrate with the jawbone.
Once your implant has integrated with your jawbone, you will go through a few steps to have a permanent implant-supported crown created.
The first thing your dental team does once your artificial root heals is placing the abutment. The abutment is a connector to which the crown directly connects.
To place the abutment, your team removes the healing cap placed by Dr. Olson or your Dental surgeon and attaches the abutment to your dental implant. The abutment might remain in place, or your healing cap might be replaced depending on the type of implant system. Dr. Olson and her team will scan your abutment or take an impression to work with an outside laboratory.
Crown selection and placement
Your new crown is specialized to match the shape, size, and color of your existing teeth and will be cemented or placed with a screw to the abutment.
Implant crowns improve both the look and functionality of your smile. They might be right for you if you:
- Are missing one or more teeth
- Have a fully mature jawbone
- Have healthy gums
- Have a jawbone that is healthy enough to hold implants
- Don’t smoke tobacco products
- Can’t or don’t want to wear dentures
To be a candidate for implant crowns, you must also be willing to commit several months to the process. Your results are long-lasting and impactful.
If you’re ready to restore your smile with Dental Implants, reach out to Restora Dental Arts to learn more about dental implant crowns. Contact the practice online or over the phone today.