Dental Crowns in Idaho Falls, ID

A crown is a great dental service we offer that is used to cover and protect a damaged or fractured tooth. Besides strengthening the tooth, a crown can also improve its shape, alignment, and overall appearance. Crowns are primarily used to prolong the life of the tooth by providing full-coverage restoration.

CEREC One-Visit Crowns

Placing crowns on broken and decayed teeth is typically uncomfortable and time-consuming. With the new CEREC restoration process, patients can have the crown fitted and placed in one visit!

The CEREC technology uses a small camera and computer-aided design (CAD/CAM) software to make the crown within our dentist office in Idaho Falls. With the aid of a specialized computer, crowns fit with precision, look more like the real tooth, and we can leave more of the original tooth in place.

Patients are happier with the CEREC crowns because they feel more like the original tooth and there are no ugly dark lines by the gum line that is common with the old method of crown placement.

Without a doubt, the CEREC crown process is a major advance in dentistry. We are expertly trained in this dental technology.

Advantages of CEREC Crowns

  • Only One Visit is Necessary for Fitting and Placing
  • No Gagging Impressions are Needed
  • No Uncomfortable Temporary Crown is Needed
  • Better Fit and More Comfort for the Patient
  • Better Looking – No Dark Gum Lines
  • Preserve More of the Original Tooth
  • Long Lasting and Durable Crown


Bird Dental Studio invested in the knowledge and equipment necessary to provide additional comfort to patients needing a crown.

Using special equipment called an Omnicam, our dentists can take an LED light scan of your tooth within our dentist office in Idaho Falls. We can then design a crown with CADD/CAM software.

When the crown is digitally created, the information is transferred to a state-of-the-art machine located in Dr. Bird’s dentist office in Idaho Falls. Then, a high-speed diamond bur mills the crown with precision as the video demonstrates below.

The permanent crown is then placed with the patient making only one visit!