Tooth pain in any form can be disturbing and often necessitates a same day dentistry visit for evaluation and treatment. This problem can occur as a result of a number of oral issues, and going for a diagnosis at a dental office is the first step towards proper treatment and long-lasting relief. One of the…
Same Day Dental Treatment in Hemet
If you have an issue with a tooth, you know you need dental treatment. However, you do not want to go to the dentist two or three times to get treatment. You are busy and want to get it done on the same day. Your dentist can provide various same-day treatments for you. Find out what you can get done in a single visit.
Same-day dental treatment options
Patients can get cosmetic and restorative treatments completed in a single visit. Dentists have access to technology that allows them to fabricate dental crowns, bridges, onlays, inlays and veneers. Crowns, bridges onlays and inlays are used to restore teeth, while veneers are used for cosmetic purposes. Get details on the options to determine the right choice.
Dental crowns restore and strengthen teeth that have been weakened from severe decay, cracks and chips. Dentists also use crowns for teeth that have undergone a root canal treatment. Patients used to need at least two appointments for dental crowns. Now, dentists take digital impressions and make the models on computers. The models are sent to in-office milling machines that fabricate the crowns out of blocks of porcelain. Dentists place the crowns in the same visit.
When people have missing teeth, the other teeth shift to fill in the gap. This causes alignment issues that impact the bite. A dental bridge fills the space left behind by one or more missing teeth. Dentists can take impressions and fabricate dental bridges in a single visit. Dentists cement the bridges in place. Bridges look and act like natural teeth.
Same-day inlays and onlays
Inlays and onlays are indirect fillings. Dentists recommend inlays and onlays when the tooth is too weak to support a filling but not weak enough to require a crown. Inlays are placed in the middle of the tooth’s biting surface. Onlays also cover the biting surfaced, along with one or more cusps. Dentists use the same technology for inlays as onlays that they use for crowns.
Same-day porcelain veneers
People who have cosmetic issues can get veneers. Veneers are bonded to the front of the teeth and cover imperfections such as chips, cracks and discoloration. Dental veneers used to require two to three appointments. Patients would wear temporary veneers after the first appointment.
Now, patients can get same-day dental veneers. Dentists take digital impressions, build models and fabricate the veneers using a milling machine. The veneers are placed once the machine completes them. Then, patients leave the office with transformed smiles.
Get a same-day dental treatment
You do not have to spend much time getting dental treatment. Many treatments can be completed in a single visit. Your dentist can provide you with a dental crown, bridge, inlay, orlay or veneers in one visit. You will not leave with a temporary restoration. Instead, you will have the permanent restoration in your mouth when you walk out the door.
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