At Radiant Dental Care in Pasadena, TX, we offer the same-on-current to our
patients so that they can get their dental problems treated in a single sitting.
What are Same-on-current procedures?
Same-on-current is a new procedure that combines both same-day crowns and
inlays into one procedure. It is one of the most advanced procedures in the
dental field, and it uses modern technology to address your dental issues.
When you visit our dental practice for a same-on-current procedure, we will
scan your mouth to create a digital image of your mouth. Using this image, we
will design a new tooth for you that will fit well into your mouth and solve your
Once the design is finalized, we will prepare your teeth for the procedure. We
use specialized tools to remove a tiny layer of enamel from your teeth and make
space for the new restorations. Once this is done, we will place the new
restorations in your mouth. Depending on the type of restoration you need, we
will use a crown or an inlay for it. We will then bond it to your existing tooth
using a strong adhesive.
What are the advantages of Same-on-current?
There are many advantages of Same-on-current procedures, including:
The process is less invasive and less painful than traditional dental
The whole process takes just one single visit to our practice. You don’t have to
take multiple days off from work or school to address your dental issues.
The new restorations are made using advanced technology and materials so that they can last longer than traditional ones.
Same-on-current uses computerized scanning and imaging systems that make it more precise and accurate than conventional procedures. This ensures that you get exactly what you need from us and no more or no less.
Same on current can be used to treat different dental problems like cracked or broken teeth, cracked fillings or crowns, broken or chipped teeth, worn out teeth etc.
Same on current uses computerized scanning and imaging systems for designing the perfect restorations for you in just one sitting.
Same on current uses ceramic materials for fabricating the restorations that mimic the natural tooth structure precisely.