With same-day emergency appointments available everywhere, you can be sure that your dental emergency doesn't have to turn into a disaster. At Manassas Smiles, our experienced dentist, Dr. Hassan, offers a wide range of treatments, such as fillings and root canals, to help revitalize your smile in a short time. Depending on the reason for the crown, some patients may be able to complete their dental crown treatment in a single visit.
Same-day dental crowns are ideal for those with a dental emergency or who have undergone endodontics. Dr. Hassan can create, manufacture and place a dental restoration in one visit to our Manassas, VA office. This eliminates the need for dirty impression trays, long waiting times and multiple visits to our dentist's office. Same-day dental crowns are made of the highest quality dental porcelain.
This material reflects light like natural teeth for a beautiful appearance that is nearly impossible to differentiate from real teeth. Hassan uses three-dimensional images and digital planning to create the prosthetic tooth and can manipulate color and shape for a secure and comfortable fit. Once the tooth is designed, the CEREC milling device will manufacture the dental restoration. Hassan will ensure that you are satisfied with the shape, size, and color of the tooth before placing it permanently. The dental crown will be attached to the prepared existing tooth or dental implant. CEREC digital technology stores patient information for quick and accurate recreation of a dental restoration.
If a restoration breaks or is lost, Dr. Hassan will be able to access previous restorations and can easily re-print your tooth. To receive your crown the same day, we'll first need to anesthetize the affected tooth and surrounding gum tissue. When you feel comfortable, we'll use a same-day digital device to create a virtual image of your tooth. This image ensures that the new same-day crown fits perfectly to the adjacent teeth and to the tooth that is above or below. At Manassas Smiles, we offer same-day appointments and extended hours to ensure that you receive timely care.
Call our office and our telephone service will direct you to the appropriate care. While going to an emergency room for a toothache can temporarily minimize pain or infection, most emergency rooms don't have an emergency dentist on staff who can fix the problem permanently.