Affordable Same-Day Crowns

  Bring back the great look and functionality of a healthy mouth.  

In just one day, we can quickly restore damaged teeth with natural-looking ceramic crowns.

If you have an urgent dental need or are too busy for 2 dental visits, come in for same-day crown restoration treatments.

  • Brennan Dental offers CEREC® dental crowns. CEREC is an ultramodern system that can make custom dental crowns based on digital impressions in a single appointment
  • CEREC saves you time and money by providing a fully restored smile in a fraction of the time
  • Brennan Dental is extremely accommodating to just about any schedule – we even take same-day appointments
  • We’re open early, late, and weekends
  • Learn more about Crown Restorations
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  Crown Specialists

The doctors at Breenan Dental are trained specialists who can replace a missing tooth or strengthen a weakened tooth with a dental crown that leaves your smile looking 100% natural in just one day. Crowns traditionally require multiple visits to the dentist, a two-week turnaround time for the permanent crown, and a temporary restoration in the meantime. Using the CEREC system, we can design and manufacture your ceramic tooth restorations while you wait, and for a lot less.

About Brennan Dental

For regular checkups or dental emergencies, no one is more convenient than Brennan Dental. We’re open early, late, and weekends. Walk-ins and same-day appointments are welcomed. And we accept all types of insurance and offer several payment options. We know you’re busy, which is why you can count on us to be the most caring, convenient family dentist in the Chandler and Gilbert area.

  Chandler Office Location

1929 E. Ray Road, Suite 2
Chandler, AZ 85225

  480-498-8825

  Office Hours

Monday – Saturday
7:00am – 8:00pm

Open Early, Late, and Weekends.
Same-Day Appointments Welcomed.

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About Crown Restoration

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Crowns are ideal for people seeking a natural appearance by replacing a missing tooth or strengthen a weakened tooth. A dental crown is a dental material that is applied over the crown of the tooth to provide it with protection and support.

What are the benefits of Restoration Crowns?

Crowns serve a wide range of purposes. They can strengthen broken down or weakened teeth, help restore them to them to their original contour, fill spaces in our smiles, help bring teeth forward, improve the appearance of stained and discolored teeth and support bridges that are replacing missing teeth.

How does the process of Restoration Crowns work?

Prior to a tooth being restored with a crown, we need to build a strong foundation on the remainder of the tooth being capped. The foundation will strengthen the tooth and ensure the crown is well-retained. The foundation is often called a “Core” and may be manufactured from a range of materials. It could be a bonded filling or a glass-fibre post. It may also be a cast gold post produced in a lab. You will normally only need a post if there is only a small amount of structure remaining. We may need to provide root canal therapy if the dental nerve is inflamed.

After the foundation has been created, we can prepare the tooth for the crown. We can then create a model of the prepared tooth. Crowns can be ceramic, porcelain, gold or made from base metal alloys. Ceramic crowns are a great match for the front of the mouth and offer a very natural appearance. They are made from tooth-colored porcelain. Porcelain fused to metal offers an extremely strong bond because of the metal structure and is remarkably durable. Gold alloys feature a fusion of copper, gold and other metals and offer a strong bond to the tooth. They won’t wear the tooth itself away and won’t fracture. Base metal alloys may be ideal if you don’t have much healthy tooth left. The crowns are made from non-noble metals that are extremely resistant to corrosion.

Who gets Restoration Crowns?

Crowns are ideal for people wishing to restore their teeth. Those seeking a natural appearance may be best served by most porcelain-based crowns, while people who require extra durability may wish to opt for gold or metal alloys. Porcelain fused to metal is also known for its durability. Porcelain crowns may aggravate other teeth if other surfaces become rough, whilst the gold and metal alloys have a lesser effect on other teeth. Crowns can last for the rest of your life if they are maintained properly. Talk to us today to find out more about our crown restorations.

  Schedule an appointment today (480) 498-8825