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  1. Arti says:

    Jeff will start by removing the decay. Ultimately, your final crown is cemented into place and should last many years. Then they will reshape your tooth to create space for the crown. While you’re waiting for your permanent veneer to be manufactured, Dr. If your tooth is decaying, Dr. Jeff will place a temporary veneer on your prepared tooth to protect it. Depending on whether you’ll have your crown fabricated same-day in the office with the CEREC crown procedure or if your crown will be made at the dental lab, there will be a few wait time. Jeff will take a digital image or putty impression of your prepared tooth which helps to ensure that your crown is a perfect fit. Elizabeth or Dr. Similar to the crown preparation process, the veneer preparation process requires Dr. Jeff to reshape your tooth to create space for the veneer. Next, Dr. With a CEREC crown, you’ll go home with your final crown on the same day. Next, a putty impression of your prepared tooth is taken which helps to ensure that your veneer is a perfect fit. With a laboratory fabricated crown, a temporary crown will be placed on your tooth initially to help protect it during the 2 weeks the crown is being made. Ultimately, your final veneer is bonded to your tooth and the cement is hardened with a bright blue curing light.

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