CEREC Crowns in Florissant: Koch Park Dental

St. Charles cosmetic dental and tooth implants

Did you know that dental chairs don’t come from your local Florissant furniture store? All right: no surprise there. Dental chairs are made for the comfort of patient and dental provider alike. They’re just what the dentist ordered for CEREC same-day crowns, one of our specialties at Koch Park Dental.

Our patients have been lying back in Koch Park Dental seats since 1987. The cushioned comfort has pampered our patients, while allowing us to perform procedures like cosmetic dentistry and root canals.

CEREC is an acronym for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, also known as CERamic REConstruction, which is a lot easier to say (and remember). It is state-of-the-art dentistry. Instead of having to wait weeks or even months, CEREC Same Day Porcelain Crowns allow us to create and insert your crowns in just one appointment.

Computer Designed Crown

Even more impressive than the speed and quality of CEREC Same Day Crowns is that they cost about the same as traditional crowns made in a lab. Unlike those traditional crowns, your mouth is digitally scanned and the new crown is made by a computer.

You don’t even have to leave one of our comfy dental chairs; just sit back and wait while your new crowns are completed.

Personal Service

What sets Koch Park Dental apart is our personal service, professionalism, experience and competitive pricing.

Call our Florissant office today to find out if CEREC Same Day Crowns are right for you. We also provide general dentistry.

 

Contact Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS:

314-254-8458

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

2149 Charbonier Rd
Florissant, Missouri
63033

 


Solving Dental Dilemmas In Florissant

Cosmetic Dental Solutions in Florissant Florissant cosmetic dentists use dental crowns to solve a number of dental dilemmas. A dental crown is a strong, natural-looking permanent tooth restoration that covers the top of the damaged tooth.

St. Louis family dentists recommend crowns to remedy the following problems:

A broken tooth with decay
An ill-fitting existing crown
A decayed tooth that has lost significant tooth structure
A tooth that has had a root canal
A tooth that is too small or misshapen
A tooth that causes a bite problem

Before your Hazelwood dentist can attach the crown to your tooth, we must prepare the tooth. Maryland Heights family dentists often apply a local anesthetic so you won’t feel pain during the prepping. Your dentist will remove decay, if any, and shape the tooth to receive the crown. Then a mold is taken of the prepped tooth and surrounding teeth.

A temporary crown is then placed on the tooth to protect it until you return to your St. Charles dentistry office to receive the permanent restoration. The patient needs to be careful while wearing the temporary crown. Vigorous brushing or flossing can displace the crown or damage the exposed soft tissue. The Hazelwood dental crown patient should also refrain from eating extremely hard foods like nuts or sticky candy.

The mold of your teeth is sent to a Missouri dental lab, where your crown is built. Dental crowns are fabricated in three varieties: tooth colored crowns made of resin or porcelain, porcelain-fused-to-metal, and solid metal crowns. Each type has its pros and cons. Your Florissant cosmetic dentist at Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS, will choose the best crown material for your particular tooth.

What if you need a permanent dental restoration for both the top and root of your tooth? A dental implant is your answer.

For more information about complete dental restorations and other cosmetic dental solutions, call Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS at 314-254-8458 today.