Same Day Dental Treatment In Elk Grove, CA - Case Dental Group
Wherever possible, the Case Dental Group of Elk Grove provides same day treatment. This saves you time and discomfort and saves us expense, leading to lower costs for our patients. For more information about specific procedures, contact our dentists at (916) 683-2000.
Same Day Service If You Are Experiencing Pain:
A typical, non-emergency visit to the dentist involves contacting our Elk Grove office, making an appointment convenient to your schedule, and coming in at the pre-arranged time. But what should you do if a dental emergency comes up, perhaps a broken tooth, a painful toothache or one of your dental restorations breaks or loosens? Don’t hesitate, call our office and come in for an emergency dental visit — no appointment necessary! Don’t try to “Do-It-Yourself,” you need to see our professional staff ASAP.
Is your life hectic? When your free time is limited, visiting the dentist several times may not be possible. Luckily, you can still improve your smile no matter how busy your schedule is. Case Dental Group has information on several same-day dentistry services that you may want to consider.
Veneers are very thin pieces of porcelain or composite resin. They're designed to fit the fronts of your teeth exactly and are attached with dental cement. Veneers are often used to cover minor flaws in teeth, such as chips and cracks, but they can also lengthen teeth, close gaps, and hide discolorations. Do you want whiter teeth, but don't want to deal with the hassle of whitening treatments? Veneers never need to be touched up and may offer better results than whitening treatments.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are recommended when decay has damaged a large area of your tooth and a filling can't be used. Because these restorations bond to your teeth, they help them become stronger, unlike traditional fillings that may weaken teeth. Inlays fit inside the cusps of your teeth, while onlays cover the cups. Cusps are the ridges you can feel around the edges of teeth.
Crowns, sometimes called caps, are hollow and are designed to be worn over teeth. They may be needed if your tooth is fragile, cracked, or broken, but are also used to address cosmetic issues. They're a good choice if you need to lengthen a tooth, conceal discolorations or change the shape of a tooth.