High-Quality Crowns and Bridges Are Part of Our Restorative Dentistry Services Near Plainfield, IL

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Protect Your Damaged Teeth With a Crown or Bridge From an Experienced Dentist

It’s not unusual to have one or more cracked teeth that require a crown or bridge to prevent more extensive damage and maintain your oral health. Therefore, the fabrication and placement of crowns and bridges is fairly routine, but that doesn’t mean all dentists have the expertise and equipment to get the job done right the first time.

Fortunately, if you’re in the Plainfield, Illinois, area, you can feel confident turning to nearby Lakota Dental when you need a crown, filling, bridge, implant, or dentures. Dr. Mike Lakota takes pride in the high quality of our restorative dentistry services, which results from his:

  • More than 25 years of experience in family dentistry
  • Dedication to continuing education to stay abreast of the latest techniques
  • Investment in up-to-date technology that makes dental repairs more reliable and comfortable for patients



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An Innovative Approach That Includes Same-Day Crowns

Among the many ways that Lakota Dental stands out when it comes to restorative dentistry is our on-site equipment. Thanks to our in-house milling machine, we’re able to craft durable, natural-looking CEREC® same-day crowns, an ideal choice for busy patients who want a streamlined fitting and fabrication option. We also use high-tech intraoral scanners to create 3D digital impressions, thus eliminating the need for patients to sit with messy putty in their mouths to create an impression that will deliver a custom fit.

Lakota Dental welcomes children and adults from the Plainfield area. Contact us today to learn more about the crowns, bridges, and other restorative dental devices we offer and to schedule an appointment.

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Dr. Mike Lakota points to the digital image of a tooth that needs a crown as a patient looks on.
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