Same Day Crowns

Why Patients are Choosing Same Day Crowns

Dental crowns can give you a smile that hides a lot of dental issues, including gaps, cracks, discoloration and crooked teeth. In the past, the procedure was complicated and would require two appointments and several weeks to get your new smile. However, thanks to technological advances, you can now get same-day crowns, which basically means that your new teeth are designed and fitted on the same day.

This innovative technology allows the dentist to use an in-office machine to create quality crowns on the day of the dental appointment. Like traditional crowns which are fabricated at a laboratory off-site, same day crowns are protective caps used to restore a cracked tooth, to cover a dental implant or to restore a tooth after a root canal.

However, there are a lot of people who are skeptical of new technology. One of the major questions people ask is whether there is any a dental difference between traditional and same-day crown procedures. The answer is yes.

1. Time and Convenience

A traditional procedure requires two appointments and a few weeks of waiting. The first appointment involves a consultation during which the dentist will get an impression of your tooth. professionals at a dental lab will use this impression to create a crown that resembles the structure of your natural tooth. The process can take several weeks. However, a same-day crown uses CAM/CAD technology to fabricate a crown in the dentist's office. Therefore, you do not have to wait to get your new teeth.

2. Material

Same-day crowns only consist of ceramic. However, traditional crowns can consist of several materials, including ceramic, porcelain, metal and porcelain-fused-to-metal. Dental crowns that contain metal are very durable, as metal fuses very well to dentin.

3. Strength

While professionals in a lab construct the traditional crowns, the end-product is a lot stronger than same-day crowns. Furthermore, materials such as leucite-reinforced ceramic or porcelain-fused-to-metal can only be used to fabricate traditional crowns, making them stronger and more durable. Unfortunately, these materials are not as aesthetically pleasing as ceramic. Therefore, they are not ideal for a dental crown on your front teeth.

4. Temporary Crowns

When a patient chooses traditional crowns, the dentist will give them temporary crowns while they wait for the lab to fabricate their permanent dental caps. These temporary crowns have a lot of disadvantages. They are quite uncomfortable, especially if they shift a little in your mouth. Most of them do not fit properly, and they can actually increase the likelihood of tooth decay, because food debris may get under the crown. Same-day crowns on the other hand, has eliminated the need for temporary crowns as you can get permanent crowns in a single appointment.

5. Attention to Detail

Same-day crowns are very aesthetically pleasing and natural-looking. However, if you want a front tooth that perfectly matches the next tooth, a traditional crown made from ceramic or porcelain may be ideal. This is because the traditional crown is fabricated by hand by an expert in a lab who applies more nuanced details to get a better match.

Call Us Today!

Same day crowns have a lot more advantages over traditional crowns, but they are not ideal for everyone. If you want a dental crown, talk to a dentist to help you decide which option is best for you. Contact us today for more information from Neighborhood Dental or to schedule an appointment.

High-Tech Teeth

High-Tech Teeth

People are living longer than ever. While regular brushing, flossing and checkups allow many of us to maintain our natural smiles for a lifetime, sometimes our teeth just can’t keep up. In fact, millions of Americans suffer tooth loss—mostly due to tooth decay, periodontal disease or injury. For many years, the only treatment options available for people with missing teeth were bridges and dentures, but dental implants are available today.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are the closest you can get to healthy, natural teeth. Think of them as artificial tooth roots, similar in shape to screws. When placed in your jawbone they become a sturdy base for supporting one or more artificial teeth, called crowns. A connector, known as an abutment, is placed on top of the dental implant to hold and support your crowns. The crowns are custom-made to match your natural teeth and fit your mouth. They allow you to live the way you want to without worrying about your teeth.

What Are the Advantages of Dental Implants?

There are many advantages, including:

Improved appearance.

Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. And because they are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.

Improved speech.

With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within the mouth causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.

Improved comfort.

Because they become part of you, implants eliminate the discomfort of removable dentures.

Easier eating.

Sliding dentures can make chewing difficult. Dental implants function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence and without pain.

Improved self-esteem.

Dental implants can give you back your smile and help you feel better about yourself.

Improved oral health.

Dental implants don’t require reducing other teeth, as a tooth-supported bridge does. Because nearby teeth are not altered to support the implant, more of your own teeth are left intact, improving long-term oral health.


Implants are very durable and will last many years. With good care, many implants last a lifetime.


Removable dentures are just that; removable. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures, as well as the need for messy adhesives to keep them in place.

Can Anyone Get Dental Implants?

In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone to hold the implant. They also must be committed to good oral hygiene and regular dental visits. Heavy smokers, people suffering form uncontrolled chronic disorders – such as diabetes or heart disease – or patients who have had radiation therapy to the head/neck area need to be evaluated on an individual basis. If you are considering implants, talk to your dentist to see if they are right for you.

To better understand what makes dental implants the definitive solution for missing teeth, please feel free to visit us for a free consultation. Schedule yours today. You’ll be amazed at what our dental technology and expert care can do for you!

Green Your Dental Routine

Green Your Dental Routine

Earth Day began in 1970 as an event to raise awareness of our environment. What began as a single day in April is now recognized worldwide to encourage people to “think green” and promote the importance of being environmentally friendly.

In celebration of Earth Day, Neighborhood Dental would like to share a few simple eco-friendly tips that will help keep your teeth clean and healthy, all while helping to save the environment – and your finances!

Turn Off the Faucet

It may be hard to believe, but water is not an unlimited resource. Only 1% of the Earth’s water can be safely used. Therefore, it’s important to use water efficiently. By turning off the faucet while you are brushing your teeth, you can save up to 8 gallons of water per day. That’s over 200 gallons a month! Turning the water off while you brush will greatly reduce wasted water.

Recycle/Reuse Toothbrushes

It’s estimated that 50 million pounds of toothbrushes are thrown into U.S. landfills each year. Since toothbrushes and flossing sticks are made primarily of plastic, many are considered recyclable. Using a toothbrush with a replaceable head or one that is biodegradable or made of recycled materials also reduces the amount of waste when it needs to be replaced. Once your toothbrush has reached its life expectancy (3-4 months), reuse it for cleaning around the house, jewelry–even your shoes.

Do Not Flush Floss

Non-biodegradable nylon floss cannot dissolve in water and will not break down like other disposable products. When floss is flushed down the toilet, it works its way through the water system, polluting the water and potentially killing birds, animals and fish through accidental indigestion. This is avoidable by simply throwing the floss into the garbage.

Conserve Energy

We spend a lot of time in the bathroom getting ready. So, switch out old bulbs for LED ones or, if you can, just use natural light. Turn off the bathroom fan as soon as the moisture from the shower has dissipated. Since bathroom fans suck air outside, they suck out air you’ve paid to heat or cool. Unplug your electric toothbrush charger. It isn’t necessary to charge your electric toothbrush every day, all day – or to leave the charger plugged in. Even though it’s turned off, it is still very likely consuming electricity.

Brush Your Teeth Together

Not only will this tip cut down on water waste, it will also help make sure everyone in your family is staying on top of their oral health. Instead of having the entire family brush their teeth separately, make it a family event. This works great with young children as well, because it helps promote the importance of oral care as they age.


Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

One of the easiest ways to participate in Earth Day is by simply reducing the amount of refuse that ends up in landfills. Many communities have recycling programs for paper, plastic and metal refuse. Doing so reduces the need for new disposal space, the amount of energy needed to burn refuse and helps conserve the resources used to make new products. Additionally, many products can be repurposed to create a new item. Old furniture can be remade into a new piece. Old clothing can be used for craft items. If you can’t find ways to reuse your old items, donate them to a charity.


Using these eco-friendly toothbrushing tips every time you brush your teeth can help dramatically decrease your environmental footprint. If you’d like to learn more about how to maintain a healthy smile, contact Neighborhood Dental to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced dentists.

6 Easy Ways to Start Giving Back

The month of April is a great time to get involved and help make a difference in your community. Here are 6 easy steps to get you started giving back.

  • Pick A Cause

First, choose a cause or charity that you’re passionate about and start advocating for it in your daily life through social media, conversations with friends and family, adjustments to your habits, etc.

  • Donate – Time or Money

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  • Help A Neighbor

A great way to give back is by helping a neighbor in need. Cook a meal or mow the lawn for someone in your community who could use some help.

  • Gather Your Friends

The more people you’ve got behind you, the bigger impact you can make! Get a group together and tackle a cause one Saturday each month.

  • Spread the Word

When you’ve found a group that does good in your community, don’t keep it to yourself. Spread the word to colleagues, family and neighbors and encourage them to participate.

  • Make It A Habit

Giving back really does feel good. And once you start, you may never want to stop. So, do your best to volunteer or donate on a regular basis – it’ll become a habit in no time.

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Oral cancer is divided into two categories – those occurring in the oral cavity (your lips, the inside of your lips and cheeks, teeth, gums, the front two-thirds of your tongue and the floor and roof of your mouth) and those occurring in the oropharynx (middle region of the throat, including the tonsils and base of the tongue).

Early detection may result in better treatment outcomes and may help keep you or someone you love from becoming one of the 10,030 people whose lives may be claimed this year by the disease. The 5-year survival rate of those diagnosed is approximately 60 percent.

Where Can Oral Cancer Appear?

The oral cavity includes your lips, cheek lining, gums, front part of your tongue, floor of the mouth beneath the tongue and the hard palate that makes up the roof of your mouth. The throat (pharynx) starts at the soft part of the roof of your mouth and continues back into your throat. It includes the back section of your tongue, as well as the base where the tongue attaches to the floor of your mouth.

What Are the Symptoms of Oral Cancer?

It’s important to be aware of the following signs and symptoms and to see your dentist if they do not disappear after two weeks. 

  • A sore or irritation that doesn’t go away
  • Red or white patches
  • Pain, tenderness or numbness in mouth or lips
  • A lump, thickening, rough spot, crust or small eroded area
  • Difficulty chewing, swallowing, speaking or moving your tongue or jaw
  • A change in the way your teeth fit together when you close your mouth

Some people complain of a sore throat, feeling like something is caught in their throat, numbness, hoarseness or a change in voice. If you have any of these symptoms, let your dentist know, especially if you’ve had them for two weeks or more.

What Are the Risk Factors for Oral Cancer?

Research has identified a number of factors that increase the risk of developing oral cancers. Men are twice more likely to get oral cancer than women. Smokers and excessive alcohol drinkers older than 50 are the most at-risk. 

The human papilloma virus (HPV), which is sexually transmitted, has also been associated with throat cancers at the back of the mouth. HPV-positive head and neck cancers are related to the rise in throat cancers in non-smoking adults. HPV-positive head and neck cancers typically develop in the throat at the base of the tongue and in the folds of the tonsils making them difficult to detect. Although people with HPV-positive cancers have a lower risk of dying or having recurrence than those with HPV-negative cancers, early diagnosis is associated with the best outcomes. Regular dental check-ups that include an examination of the entire head and neck can be vital in detecting cancer early.  

How Can My Dentist Help Detect Oral Cancer Early?

During your regular exam, your dentist will ask you about changes in your medical history and whether you’ve been having any new or unusual symptoms.

Then, your dentist will check your oral cavity. This includes your lips, cheek lining, gums, the front part of your tongue, the floor of your mouth and the roof of your mouth. Your dentist will also examine your throat (pharynx) at the soft part at the roof of your mouth, including your tonsils, the back section of your tongue and where your tongue attaches to the bottom of your mouth. The dentist will then feel your jaw and neck for any lumps or abnormalities.

What Happens If My Dentist Finds Something Suspicious?

Stay calm. Your dentist won’t be able to tell right away if what he or she is looking at is cancerous, so he or she may refer you for testing. Your dentist might also reexamine you a week or two later to see if questionable spots are healing on their own before recommending additional follow-up. Together, you and your dentist can create the best strategy for diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

What Can I Do to Prevent Oral Cancer?

The most important thing is to be aware of your risk factors. Men are twice more likely to get oral cancer as they get older. If you smoke, drink excessive amounts of alcohol or have a poor diet, changing these habits can decrease the chances of developing oral cancer.

Certain strains of HPV can also put you at risk. The CDC recommends that 11 to 12 year old boys and girls get two doses of HPV vaccine to prevent cervical and other less common genital cancers. It is possible that the HPV vaccine might also prevent head and neck cancers – since the vaccine prevents an initial infection with HPV types that can cause head and neck cancers – but the studies currently underway do not yet have sufficient data to say whether the HPV vaccine will prevent these cancers.

If you have had oral cancer before, you may be more likely to develop it again so keep up those regular visits.

The Art of Dentistry


Dentistry is often referred to as an art.  However, the art we’re referring to here cannot be acquired at your dentist’s office. Here are 15 dental-inspired pieces for your home we think you’ll like!

By Neighborhood Dental 



Looking for a fun art piece for your kid’s room? Well, this limited-edition illustration by Oliver Lake is printed on 11.6” x 16.5” archival matte canvas. The print is part of a limited edition of 150 and comes numbered, signed and hand titled by the artist.

Get one from Etsy for $20.00.

This numbered edition Giclée Art Print, designed by Grégoire GUILLEMIN, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. Printed on 100% cotton, acid-free, heavyweight paper using HDR UltraChrome Archival Ink. Available in various sizes from 8”x11” to 40”x56”.

Get one from Etsy for $89.00+.


This handmade original illustration by Micaela Riva features the Patroness of Dentistry and those suffering from toothaches or dental problems. It was inspired by old traditional Italian prayer cards call “Santini.”

Get one from Etsy for $9.36+.


This bright, modern abstract would brighten up any room. This print by Renee Leigh Stephenson is available as either a 12”x16” or 24”x24”.

Get one from Etsy for $24.25+.

This abstract piece by Katie Vernon has been printed on archival bamboo fine art paper with archival pigment ink. Each print is signed and is available as either an 8”x11” or 11”x14”.

Get one from Etsy for $18.00+.


This stretched canvas print by Kaitlin Walsh was inspired by how the terrain and negative space in a tooth cross section are reminiscent of nature. In Kaitlin’s words, “In a simple cross section, I see bottomless lakes, harsh valleys, regal mountains. That the majesty of nature can be echoed in this tiny, plain, functional thing is exhilarating.”

Get one from Etsy for $89.00+.



This piece is downloadable and can be used in a multitude of ways, i.e. printed and framed, printed and placed on a clipboard, made into a canvas or used as a screensaver or background. It’s entirely up to you!

Get one from Etsy for $6.20+.

This surrealistic etching by Jean-Philippe Paumier is inspired by a Chinese landscape. Both the original etching and 14” x 21” prints on canvas are available for sale.

Get one from Etsy for $135.00+.

Very creative if we don’t say so ourselves! This print by Heather Galler is available in multiple sizes and is currently on sale!

Get one from Etsy for $19.15+.

Mixed Media / Collage

Andy Warhol-inspired, this mixed-media print is on an authentic antique page from an 1881 German illustrated magazine – Gazebo. It is handmade and signed by Jaroslav Seibert. And in case you missed it, the skull is flossing!

Get one from Etsy for $12.00+.

This 8”x8” archival print on Kodak Endura paper was created by Michael and Amy Monko. The collage was made by using antique medical book drawings that they took photos of, layered with photos of film and other backgrounds.

Get one from Etsy for $30.00+.


This mixed media piece by Erin McGill was handmade using acrylic, cut paper, glue, ink and colored pencil on canvas. Plus, it’s coated with matte varnish so it’s safe for the kid’s bathroom!

Get one from Etsy for $24.00+.



This made-to-order piece is digitally reproduced on canvas with archival UltraChrome Ink and sprayed with protective UV coating and hand-stretched around a 1.25” thick wood frame.

Get one from Etsy for $76.95+.


Reproduction of a vintage poster. This ready-to-frame wall art is printed to order on heavyweight semi-gloss photo paper. Available in various sizes from 8”x10” to 11”x14”.

Get one from Etsy for $19.99+.


An antique advertisement for The Ideal Felt Tooth Polisher. Printed over an upcycled book art page by Neece. You can upgrade to a variety of other book pages or request a custom order.

Get one from Etsy for $13.00+.

What Do Dental Assistants Do?

Do you ever look around at your dental office and wonder, “Who is that person assisting the dentist?” Well, we are Dental Assistants.

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistants are those who help the doctors take care of their patients’ treatment. They make sure that you are comfortable while being treated and aid the doctor with whatever he/she needs while your treatment is being completed. They play a big role in the smooth running of the dental office, checking on others to help and making sure the dentist has what they require in order to attend to your dental needs. Here are some of the tasks that dental assistants do on a regular basis:

Prepare instruments for upcoming procedures

Greet patients and show them to the exam room

Assist the dentist with procedures by handing them needed instruments (chairside assisting)

Handle lab procedures such as cleaning dentures, taking impressions, and processing orders

Provide patients with home care instructions

Update dental records and other administrative tasks

The exact duties of a dental assistant will vary depending on the job. Some dental assistants spend more time in the lab, while others may have administrative duties such as scheduling appointments and organizing paperwork.

With dental assisting, no two days are ever the same! Many dental assistants like the variety of tasks they get to handle. While a hygienist spends the majority of the day providing teeth cleanings, a dental assistant tends to have a wider variety of tasks throughout the day.

So, the next time you are at the dental office, you will know who is assisting the doctor and be sure to know that we are all here to make your dental experience as pleasant as it can be. Your dental health is our main priority and we want you to leave our office smiling!

National Children’s Dental Health Month

Happy National Children’s Dental Health Month!

NCDHM began as a 1-day event in 1941, which then became a week-long celebration in 1955 and has now become a full holiday. Most states and dental clinics participate in NCDHM with activities and free screenings for kids.

Each year the American Dental Association promotes a different campaign targeting a new dental health goal. This year’s campaign gives us the perfect opportunity to highlight the importance of maintaining a health smile.

Part of a child’s development and overall health includes the health of their teeth and gums. The mouth harbors a lot of bacteria throughout the day and night, which eventually leads to tooth decay if your child’s smile isn’t regularly brushed and flossed. Without proper dental care, children will fall victim to cavities and gum disease, which can cause pain, discomfort, lack of nutrition intake and missed school.

However, there are several things you can do to help set your children up for good oral and overall health for life!

Brush for 2 Minutes, 2 Times a Day

Brushing for 2 minutes twice a day is recommended—especially after breakfast and before bedtime. Try making up or finding a 2-minute song about brushing to make it more fun.

Drink Fluoridated Water

Skip the fruit juice. Fruit juices and sodas are packed with sugar. When paired with proper brushing and flossing, fluoridated water is your child’s best bet for a cavity-free smile!

Use Fluoridated Toothpaste

Toothpaste with fluoride is proven to be more effective for cavity protection. Many brands have fluoridated toothpaste for kids with fun flavors!

Eat A Balanced Diet

We all love the occasional sweet treat! With that said, you want to make sure your child’s diet mostly contains a healthy mix of fruits, veggies and proteins. When they do indulge in sweets, be sure they have a glass of fluoridated water to rinse with until it’s time to brush!

Floss Before Bed

Flossing is essential to your child’s dental health. You can begin flossing your child’s teeth when they touch together. Your dentist can show you how to floss your child’s teeth until they have the manual dexterity to do so themselves.

Visit the Dentist

Visit a dental professional every 6 months to maintain healthy teeth and a bright smile!

Education is one of our most important practice values, and we love getting parents and kids excited about dental care! Contact us to set up an appointment at 1 of our 7 friendly Neighborhood Dental locations today!

Looking for other fun dental-related activities for your kids? Download the following American Dental Association (ADA) activity sheets!

15 Last Minute Gift Ideas


Everything’s under $89, so you can buy one for someone else *and* one for yourself!

We hope you love these dental-inspired gift ideas! Just so you know, prices are accurate and items are in stock as of time of publication.

For the Foodie

A set of 4 Sweet Tooth Cupcake Baking Cups.

It’s a product that combines fun and functionality in one! Each baking cup is constructed from heat resistant, easy-to-clean silicone and fits one cupcake.

Anatomical Molar Tooth Cookie Cutter.

This really is a “sweet tooth”! Can be used as a cookie or biscuit cutter. Even a dentist or hygienist couldn’t resist one of these cookies!

The Braces Cookbook.

Got braces or know someone who does? Well this cookbook is for you! This revised and expanded edition includes 50 comfort food recipes and gives patients and their families everything they need to support positive orthodontic experiences.

For the Kiddos

Gund Brush Your Teeth Animated Plush

Kids don’t like to brush their teeth? This bear is not only adorable but sings and rocks back and forth while he brushes. He also says numerous phrases during his song with lasts for 2 minutes -which is the amount of time we recommend kids should brush for.

3 Piece Fun Teeth Pacifiers

These funny pacifiers are just about the most adorable thing ever and will make that little bundle of joy even cuter than he or she already is. Would make a perfect stocking stuffer for those expecting or new parents!

Play-Doh Doctor Drill ‘n Fill Playset.

Because who doesn’t love Play-Doh? This playset includes a pack of five cans and basic tool sets for all kinds of open-ended play. Now, there are many different playset themes available, however we’d highly recommend this one.

For the Art Lover

Occlusal Surfaces Half Arch in Teal.

Love conversation pieces? This is a print of an original watercolor by artist Kaitlin Walsh. The painting loosely depicts the occlusal surfaces of half of the mandibular. These surfaces are surrounded by abstract shapes that mimic the look and feel of teeth. Yes, I said teeth.

Teeth Surreal.

There may be a recurring theme here, yes. But why have one conversation piece, when you can have two? This is a print of a beautifully done abstract painting by artist Heather Galler.

Ceramic Arch Toothbrush Holder.

Upgrade that cup full of toothbrushes with this sculptural bathroom caddy by ceramicist Monica Greco. With room for up to four toothbrushes (or razors, or makeup brushes or other slender toiletry essentials), this piece would look great on the counter of a master bath or guest washroom.

For the Traveler

Figs Loungewear.

Figs is known for making some of the most comfortable and supremely functional medical apparel (aka scrubs). However, their new ribbed Knit Loungewear is “Softer than all my PJs combined,” to quote one fan. Ideal for sleeping, but also appropriate for long flights — you need this loungewear and fast — it’s available for four weeks only!

Toothpaste/Toothbrush Wrap.

Sick of toothpaste getting on your luggage? Just place your toothbrush and toothpaste in one of the four pouches and wrap it up. Perfect for the traveler or for keeping a child’s overnight bag organized! Can be personalized.

Fish Toothbrush Holder.

This little fish keeps your toothbrush upright and clean. The suction cup base adheres to bathroom counters so toothbrushes can stand up straight for hygienic air-drying. Designed for everyday use, too.

For Fun

Brushing Teeth Cat Shower Curtain.

Who wouldn’t want one of these? This polyester fabric mildew proof waterproof shower curtain includes the plastic hooks.

Bacon Flavored Toothpicks.

Whether you yearn to eliminate unsightly debris from those hard-to-reach spaces between your teeth or you crave a splash of bacon zest to spice up a boring oral hygiene routine, these bacon-flavored toothpicks are for you. Arm yourself with invigorating pig freshness and the confidence that you can take on the world. The next time you pig out, you'll be glad you have these flavorful slender sticks of wood by your side.

Breakfast Floss.

Breakfast Floss is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. Start off your day by using the coffee flavor on your lower teeth, then switch over to the waffle and bacon flavors for your uppers. Quite possibly the most delicious way to help keep yourself out of the dentist's chair. Oh wait…

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Our Neighborhood Guarantee

At Neighborhood Dental, we stand behind our work. It is our Neighborhood Guarantee that as a patient, if you maintain your regular 6 month dental check-ups and dental cleanings, we will warranty our work. We will maintain and fix any dental crown or dental bridge for up to 5 years and tooth cavity fillings for up to 2 years.

We want to make sure your dentist office visit and follow up care is as easy and painless as possible.