In-House Dental LabKing George, VA
In the past, if you needed dental crowns, veneers, or dentures, the entire process could take a week or even longer. You might leave the dental office with a temporary restoration, which you would have to guard very carefully to keep it from being damaged. We have an in-house dental lab in King George, Virginia, which gives our dentists the ability to design and create your restoration in just one visit.
This is just one way Richard Cottrell, DDS & Associates make your experience a positive one. If you are ready for the wait to be over when it comes to your restoration, call (540) 808-1303 for your appointment today.
- Onsite Lab, Same Day Denture repair
- Reline while you wait
- Custom Crafted Dentures and Partials
- Caring & Friendly Knowledgeable Expert Staff
- Crown in a day
- Veneers done In House
- Bridges done In House
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