How long should it really take for your dentist to complete work on your smile? Many practices have to wait for a third party lab to produce the restorations required to address a patient’s dental concerns. What this means is that you have to wait until a third party sends a dental crown or veneer to your dentist, and also hope that the restoration that arrives is the right shape and size for your smile. Our New York, NY dentist’s office can avoid these delays because we have an in-house dental lab. The lab we have on site is able to produce custom dental crowns and porcelain veneers that have been carefully shaped, sized, and tinted to fit your smile.

We Can Produce Crowns And Veneers Thanks To Our In-House Lab

Your smile can benefit from dental restorations when you have teeth that are damaged, discolored, poorly aligned, or in poor condition. After taking careful measurements, and identifying the precise color of your surrounding enamel, your dentist can bring relevant information to our in-house lab to make sure your crown or veneer is just right for you. Veneers are effective at restoring teeth that have visible flaws due to their shape, size, or color. With dental crowns, your dentist can restore the appearance of a tooth while also protecting it, and restoring your ability to comfortably bite and chew.

Restoring Your Smile With Custom Veneers

Have you become unhappy with your smile because of teeth that look discolored, appear worn, or seem out of place? Custom veneers can help restore your appearance if your teeth are affected by congenital flaws, if your teeth have been chipped or cracked, or if you have problems with discoloration that can be difficult to treat through teeth whitening. A veneer only covers the front of a tooth, which means that there will be minimal preparatory work involved in making space for your restoration. Once all of your veneers are ready, your dentist can permanently bond them so that they remain in position and provide continued support.

How Crowns Protect And Support Vulnerable Teeth

Dental crowns can be effective at taking care of teeth that have been hurt by advanced decay, as well as teeth that have experienced damage due to dental trauma. A crown covers the tooth entirely above your gum line, so it becomes responsible for absorbing biting and chewing pressure. With our in-house lab, we are able to craft crowns that look like natural teeth, so your treatment does not have to alter your smile.

Our New York Dentist’s Office Can Offer You Treatment In Less Time Than You Might Expect!

At our Manhattan dentist’s office, Dr. Schwartz can help you see results from dental treatment without frustrating delays caused by third party dental labs. To find out more, contact our New York, NY dental office at 212-582-6617.