Do you have a broken or severely decayed tooth? Do you have a tooth that is severely discolored or misshapen that you'd like to enhance?
You may need dental crown treatment. Dr. Ann Sielicki in Scottsdale, AZ, can provide a custom restoration in just one office visit.
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Dr. Sielicki Explains Dental Crowns
Am I a good candidate for this dentistry treatment?
A Closer Look at Dental Crowns
Choose a High-Tech Dental Practice Led by a Trusted Scottsdale, AZ, Dentist
Dr. Ann Sielicki of Sonoran Dental Design in Scottsdale focuses her practice on providing safe, effective treatments using cutting-edge technology. CEREC same-day crown treatment and digital impressions can make it fast, easy, and comfortable to restore your smile, with no need for a temporary crown or multiple office visits.
If you have been told you need a dental crown, or if you are suffering with a tooth that is severely damaged, Sonoran Dental Design in Scottsdale, AZ, can help. We can also use this solution to give your smile a powerful cosmetic upgrade if other solutions cannot provide the results you need. Schedule a dental appointment with us today online, or call:
I've been a patient of Dr Silecki's for several years and the team never disappoints. Every one of them enjoys what they do and are super efficient. The team are very caring and have a very light touch. You cannot do better.View On Google
As a recently retired dentist, I have a unique perspective as a dental patient. Dr. Sielicki and her staff provided prompt and superlative care in a professional and courteous manner. Thank you!View On Google
A Closer Look at CEREC
CEREC is a game-changing dental technology that allows the dentist to treat a tooth, craft the porcelain restoration, and restore the patient's smile in just one visit to our Scottsdale, AZ, office. CEREC technology eliminates the need for temporary crowns and multiple office visits, saving you both time and money.
When providing same-day crowns, we take digital impressions of your teeth instead of having to use the messy putty impressions of the past. These 3D images allow for more precise design and accurate manufacturing of dental restorations, which is carried out entirely by computer-guided tools. The beautiful, durable ceramic restoration is designed to match the shade of your natural dental enamel, looking beautiful and providing the necessary protection for your tooth.
What does treatment look like?
The Procedure In Action
In most cases, we can treat your tooth and restore it with a crown in a single appointment. Some patients may need a crown made of a stronger material than the dental porcelain used in making CEREC crowns. In these cases, we will have your restoration crafted at an outstanding offsite lab, usually within about two weeks. In the meantime, we will provide a temporary crown.
Receiving a same-day crown involves:
"The Work Is Done to Perfection."
"A+ in My Book."
I absolutely love everyone here, my experience is always superb. It’s so comforting to be in a dental office and experience Exceptional service with a calming approach to what sometimes can be a nerve racking experience..Ann and her staff are so personable! I can’t believe it took me so long to find this practice. I feel so at home and like I matter from the second I walk in to the second I leave!! A+ in my book not mention my amazing smile, now that’s proof!!View On Google
Kudos to Sonoran Dental Design for going above and beyond in their efforts to protect patients from Covid-19 during the pandemic. In addition to disinfecting all treatment area surfaces (including keyboards) between patients, they have installed a state of the art whole office air filtration system. Thanks again Sonoran for going the extra mile in protecting your patients’ health.View On Google
How to Maintain Your Dental Crown
Here are some general tips from our dentist on how to extend the lifespan of your restoration:
Be Careful about Food Choices
Prevent dislodging or damaging your restoration by avoiding excessively hard or sticky foods.
Practice Excellent Oral Hygiene
Floss daily and brush your teeth twice each day with a non-abrasive toothpaste. Attend regular check-ups at the dentist's office to make sure your crown is in good condition.
Avoid Erosion and Excessive Force
You can take measures to avoid wearing down your restoration. Refrain from biting your nails and opening packages with your teeth. If you grind your teeth, Dr. Sielicki will be able to tell, and she can discuss various solutions with you.