Goodbye to Messy Impressions!: The Benefits of Digital Crown Impressions and Premium Materials
If you’ve ever needed a dental crown, bridge, or other dental restoration, you may have experienced the discomfort of having a dental impression taken. Traditional impressions involve using a putty-like substance that’s pressed onto your teeth to create a mold, which can be messy and uncomfortable.
With our dentists using the latest technology at our office, there’s a better way to obtain dental impressions. Digital crown impressions using the iTero intraoral scanning system offer a modern and accurate way to create dental impressions. This system allows us to create a 3D image of your teeth that’s incredibly accurate, ensuring that your restoration fits perfectly and feels comfortable.
The iTero system is incredibly fast, allowing your dentist to get started on your restoration right away. And perhaps most importantly, it’s a more comfortable experience for you, eliminating the need for messy putty-like materials.
Why Digital Crown Impressions?
Digital crown impressions are becoming the preferred method for creating dental impressions, and for a good reason. Not only are they more accurate, but they’re also much faster than traditional impressions. The digital images captured by the iTero system can be viewed by your dentist immediately, and any necessary adjustments can be made right away. This can save you time, and the hassle of having to return for additional appointments.
The iTero system also eliminates the need for messy and uncomfortable putty-like materials. The digital images are taken using a small, handheld scanner that’s placed inside your mouth, making the process much more comfortable for you. This is especially helpful for those with a sensitive gag reflex or dental anxiety.
Benefits of Digital Crown Impressions
The benefits of digital crown impressions are numerous. First and foremost, digital crown impressions offer increased accuracy, ensuring that your restoration fits perfectly and feels comfortable. The digital images captured by the iTero system can be viewed by your dentist from any angle, allowing them to create a restoration that’s customized to your unique dental anatomy.
Additionally, digital crown impressions are much faster than traditional impressions. Since the images are captured digitally, they can be sent to a dental lab right away, allowing them to begin creating your restoration immediately. This can significantly reduce the time it takes to receive your new crown, bridge, or other restoration.
Finally, digital crown impressions are much more comfortable for you. The iTero system eliminates the need for messy and uncomfortable putty-like materials, making it a much more pleasant experience for you.
Premium Materials for Better Restorations
At our practice, our dentists only use the best materials for your dental restorations. We use premium materials such as zirconia, a high-strength ceramic, to ensure that your restorations are strong, durable, and long-lasting. Zirconia is an excellent choice for dental restorations because it’s incredibly strong and can be color-matched to your natural teeth, providing a seamless and natural look.
Our commitment to using premium materials ensures that your restorations not only look and feel natural but are also strong and durable, so they’ll last for years to come. And because the iTero system allows us to create incredibly accurate impressions, your restoration will fit perfectly and feel comfortable.
Experience the Benefits of Digital Crown Impressions
If you’re in need of a crown, bridge, or any other dental restoration, digital crown impressions using the iTero system are the way to go. Say goodbye to those messy putty-like substances and hello to a more comfortable and accurate experience.
We believe that everyone deserves a comfortable and accurate dental experience. That’s why we’ve invested in the latest technology, including the iTero intraoral scanning system, to provide you with the best possible care.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the benefits of digital crown impressions for yourself. Our friendly and knowledgeable dentists and their team is here to answer any questions you may have and help you feel at ease during your appointment.
In addition to our commitment to using the latest technology, our dentists also prioritize using premium materials for all of our restorations. We understand that a restoration is not just about functionality but also about appearance. That’s why we use materials like zirconia, a strong and durable material that can be color-matched to your natural teeth for a seamless and natural look.
Zirconia is an excellent choice for dental restorations because it is biocompatible, meaning it is safe for use in the human body, and it is resistant to wear and fracture. With zirconia restorations, you can expect them to last for years to come, giving you confidence in your smile.
We believe that the combination of the latest technology and premium materials results in the best possible dental experience for our patients. Our dentists and their team are committed to providing you with the highest quality care, ensuring that your restoration not only looks and feels great but also serves its intended purpose of improving your oral health.
If you’re tired of messy and uncomfortable dental impressions, digital crown impressions using the iTero intraoral scanning system are the way to go. Not only are they more accurate and faster, but they’re also more comfortable for you as a patient. And when combined with premium materials like zirconia, you can expect restorations that are both strong and natural-looking.
We’re passionate about providing our patients with the best possible dental experience, which is why we’ve invested in the latest technology and premium materials. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the benefits of digital crown impressions and premium materials for yourself.
We look forward to helping you achieve a healthier, more confident smile.
on Feb 22nd, 2023
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