Orlando’s Same-Day Crown Dentist
Same-day crowns are one thing that sets Dr. Gary Gibson apart from other dentists, and he is the only dentist in the area with CEREC®. He utilizes the latest CEREC® PrimeScan technology, which has been redefining intraoral scanning to improve accuracy and speed. Restore your beautiful smile in a single office visit with our state-of-the-art technology.
What is the process for a crown with Dr. Gibson?
Dental crowns and bridges are fabricated using our CAD/CAM milling machine by CEREC® to match the shape, color, and height of neighboring teeth out of premium porcelain. Dr. Gibson prepares for dental crown placement by removing decayed or damaged tooth structure and rebuilding internal portions of the tooth with a special buildup material. To place dental bridges, Dr. Gibson removes and prepares teeth that will support the bridge by removing a small amount of enamel, which allows the ends of the bridge to fit perfectly over these teeth. For both dental crowns and bridges in Orlando, FL patients, we take a precision goop-free digital impression of the area after the teeth are prepared and after a short time, your new final crown or bridge is created in our in-house lab which is then placed by Dr. Gibson. for you to wear while our lab custom-makes your new dental crowns or bridge. Restore your smile today with Dr. Gibson at Gary Gibson Dental.
- Made with high-esthetic materials
- Bonds permanently to teeth
- Strong and durable
- Rise naturally from the gum line
- Restores your bite and appearance
- Enhances your self-confidence
Dental Crown Details
Dr. Gibson uses CEREC® porcelain crowns to repair decayed, damaged, misshapen, worn teeth, and teeth that required a root canal. Dental crowns, or “caps” are also used atop dental implants to replace the tooth portion. Crowns provide full-coverage protection for teeth to bring proper function, appearance, and oral health back to your smile.
Dental bridges are a tooth replacement option that fills gaps in the arch caused by missing teeth. Bridges are made as a series of two or more interconnected dental crowns. The ends of the bridge fit securely over adjacent teeth to the open space. Bridges not only restore proper function and esthetics to the smile – they also keep surrounding teeth in place from drifting into open areas left by the tooth loss.