Achieve a Hollywood-worthy smile in just one day.
Dr. Walter Leckowicz works in a state-of-art dental facility featuring CEREC technology, and as a result can give you a permanent, beautiful new smile in just one day – unlike most other practices in Newington, CT. No temporary solutions. And no multiple office visits. One and done.Schedule Your Appointment ›
Walter Leckowicz DMD has more 5-star Google Reviews than most other dental practices in the area.
Why Choose Dr. Leckowicz
Restore Your Broken or Missing Teeth with Same-Day Crowns and Bridges
If you choose to transform your smile using porcelain crowns and veneers, in the past, you had to wear temporary restorations and return for several visits to transform your smile. Today, working with Walter Leckowicz DMD, you can receive your permanent new smile in just one day.
Dr. Walter Leckowicz
learn about Same-Day Crowns
What are the benefits of Same-Day Crowns?
As a testament to our all-in-one dental practice promise, we offer Central Connecticut residents same-day crowns service, which allows our patients the ease of having their crown done in only one appointment, saving them time and inconvenience. Through CEREC technology, we are able take a digital impression of your tooth with the CEREC Omnicam and then mill a crown or veneer from a single block of high-quality porcelain in our own office. The crown has similar physical characteristics to tooth enamel. Just like real teeth, CEREC crowns expand and contract as natural teeth do, providing a level of comfort that feels no different than your real tooth.
Can you explain the CEREC® Single-Visit Restoration?
Walter Leckowicz DMD is one of only a few practices in the Newington area that utilize CEREC technology, a state-of-the-art system that enables us to craft custom, durable and beautiful ceramic inlays, onlays or crowns in just one office visit. And your treatment will have predictable and fast results – sometimes in as little as 2 hours.
Who is a good candidate for Same-Day Crowns?
Dental crowns are most commonly used to restore cracked or broken teeth or as caps to protect teeth that are weakened by decay or large fillings. They are frequently placed on top of dental implants as a tooth replacements. Back teeth that have had root canal therapy require crowns to prevent fracture of teeth or roots. Crowns form the anchors for permanently cemented dental bridges. A crown is placed on each side of the space left by a missing tooth. A porcelain replacement tooth connected to each crown forms the bridge. Dental crowns can create beautiful cosmetics by covering misshapen or discolored teeth and can even create instant orthodontics in some cases.
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