Dental Crowns

Crowning Achievements In Dentistry

This message from Dental Designs of Owensboro looks at one of the miracles of modern dentistry: the dental restoration. Let’s pretend you are a biomedical engineer working in the field of dentistry before the introduction of dental restorations. The men and women of your generation who have missing or damaged teeth want to repair or

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Help! My Crown Came Off!

You are chewing an apple and hear an odd sound, then something in your mouth feels wrong. One of your crowns has come loose. Don’t panic! Chances are, the crown can be re-cemented at Dental Designs of Owensboro. What do you do when your dental crown comes off? It’s critical that you take the following

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What Is Necessary For A Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are one of the most common restorative procedures there is, and we do a lot of them at Dental Designs of Owensboro. Placing a typical crown consists of several steps: Tooth Preparation: Any decay is removed and the tooth is shaped. Sometimes the tooth is too small; in that case, we build up

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9 Things To Know About CEREC Crowns

Crowns are an essential restorative procedure at Thompson & Frey Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Owensboro, and CEREC crowns allow us to complete it in just one day. CEREC stands for “Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics.” The “chairside” part, of course, refers to the chair in our examination room. CEREC is a state-of-the-art technology.

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Dental Crowns Solve Dental Dilemmas

A dental crown is a strong, natural-looking permanent tooth restoration that covers the top of the damaged tooth. At Thompson and Frey Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Owensboro, we use dental crowns to solve a number of dental dilemmas. Crowns can remedy the following issues: A broken tooth with decay A poorly-fitting existing crown A decayed

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Schedule Your Coronation

We treat all of our patients royally here at Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, but some of them receive actual crowns. Not crowns like a king or queen wears, but crowns for your teeth! Dental crowns are a therapy for many problems: To safeguard a weak tooth from decay, breaking, or to hold

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Dental Crowns At Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry In Owensboro

Dental crowns have been used in dentistry for over 2000 years. There is evidence that the Etruscans experimented with crowns on teeth using ivory and bone as early as 700 B.C. By 200 A.D., they began using gold crowns to construct artificial teeth. Ancient Egyptians fashioned tooth replacements out of seashells and then hammered them

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Dental Crowns At Dental Designs of Owensboro In Owensboro

Dental crowns have been used in dentistry for over 2000 years. There is evidence that the Etruscans experimented with crowns on teeth using ivory and bone as early as 700 B.C. By 200 A.D., they began using gold crowns to construct artificial teeth. Ancient Egyptians fashioned tooth replacements out of seashells and then hammered them

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Digital technology allows Owensboro patients to get a same day dental crown

At Dental Designs of Owensboro Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Owensboro, dentists use an innovative computer program and high-tech milling system that can deftly craft a new ceramic crown in a single office visit. Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Crowns, or CEREC, uses computer-aided design software to create and install crowns in a single office

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What types of dental crowns are available through this Owensboro area dental practice?

Drs. David Thompson and Vicki Frey of Thompson and Frey Cosmetic and Family Dentistry are dedicated to helping patients of all ages achieve and maintain great dental health. Patients in the Owensboro area are encouraged to visit their state-of-the-art practice to learn about the various services they provide. One service offered through Thompson and Frey

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