CEREC® in Spokane Valley

Get a same-day crown at Sodorff & Wilson Family Dentistry.

Tooth Replacement Crowns in One Visit
Life is busy enough; getting a tooth restoration shouldn't be stressful or time-consuming.
A CEREC® machine

Is your tooth broken, missing, or do you need a new crown? Our CEREC® same-day crowns help restore teeth in a single appointment with crowns made right in the office.

Our custom-crafted crowns are expertly made to look and feel natural. The best part is you won’t have to wear a temporary crown or come back for a fitting because our dentist in Spokane Valley uses innovative CAD/CAM technology (computer design) to create your crown while you wait.

CEREC® crowns restore:

  • Missing teeth or crowns

  • Broken teeth or crowns

  • Dental implants and root canal crowns

  • Misshapen or worn teeth

  • Decaying teeth

Get your confidence and tooth function back with a CEREC® same-day crown.

Benefits of CEREC® Crowns


They’re done in just one visit (in our office) for your convenience.


CEREC® same-day crowns are high quality, long-lasting, and restore the function of your tooth.


Each crown is custom-crafted to match your natural smile and tooth color.

How CEREC® Works

Our dentist in Spokane Valley uses computer technology to create your crown in-office.

A CEREC® machine manufacturing a dental implant

After an exam and consultation at Sodorff & Wilson Family Dentistry in Spokane Valley, your tooth restoration is quickly made using CEREC® (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics).

In addition to creating a full, beautiful smile, the crown provides much-needed support in everyday activities like eating, chewing, and speaking. Getting a new crown or a crown replacement is easy:

  • Step 1:
    The tooth or multiple teeth are prepared, and we take a digital 3D scan.

  • Step 2:
    Our CEREC® Sirona milling machine receives the scan and creates a unique crown made just for you (customized in size, shape, and color).

  • Step 3:
    Your custom crown is placed and checked for a proper bite and fit. Now your new tooth replacement is ready to use!

Restore your tooth or broken crown in one day in Spokane Valley.

FAQ about CEREC®
  • What is CEREC®?

    CEREC® is an innovative system that creates dental crowns directly in the dentist’s office using 3D imaging technology and an in-office milling machine.

    The crowns are of the highest quality and made of porcelain or composite resin.

    Unlike traditional crowns, CEREC® same-day crowns are made on-site and can be fitted that same day.

  • Is CEREC® worth the money?

    CEREC® is worth the money if you’re looking for a high-quality tooth restoration or crown replacement in one day.

    The convenience of just one dentist visit, plus the ability to instantly restore your mouth’s function, is a considerable value that traditional crowns made at exterior labs can’t provide.

  • How long do CEREC® crowns last?

    CEREC® crowns may last 10-15 years or even longer depending on the crown’s location, its use, and dental care.

    Ways to help a crown last longer include:

    • Avoid grinding teeth and wear a nightguard if needed
    • Visit the dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings
    • Maintain quality dental hygiene at home
  • How much does CEREC® cost per tooth?

    The cost of a single CEREC® crown depends on each individual case.

    To receive a CEREC® cost estimate in Spokane Valley, please schedule your consultation today Click to book your appointment .

  • Are CEREC® crowns as good as traditional crowns?

    CEREC® crowns are just as good as traditional crowns, but with the added convenience of being made in just one day.

    Traditional crowns typically require two or more visits to the dentist – one for the impressions, sent to a lab for production, and then the second for a crown fitting. A CEREC® crown, on the other hand, is made in the office while you wait and only requires a single appointment.

    A significant difference in traditional crowns is that they can be made using metal, unlike CEREC® crowns, made using tooth-colored porcelain or resin.