CEREC ONE VISIT CROWN
How would you like to get a crown for your front tooth in only one first appointment?
How about getting a complete set of porcelain veneers in only four hours?
YES! It can be done this fast with CEREC porcelain veneer technology at Ur’s Toothfully
CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) is a computer-assisted technology that uses CAD/CAM software to design and create dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, and veneers. Using a 3D scanner and a milling machine, CEREC enables dentists to design and fabricate dental restorations in a single office visit. The process begins with the dentist taking digital impressions of the patient’s teeth, which are then used to create a 3D virtual model. The dentist then uses the software to design the restoration and send the design to the milling machine, which carves the restoration from a block of ceramic. The restoration is then polished and bonded to the patient’s tooth, completing the process.
CEREC can be used to fabricate a number of dental restorations, including crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and veneers. These restorations can be used to restore decayed, cracked, or broken teeth, as well as to improve the appearance of a patient’s smile.
CEREC uses highly durable ceramic materials, such as porcelain, for its restorations. Porcelain is a strong, heat-resistant material that is resistant to staining and wear, making it an ideal material for dental restorations. Additionally, CEREC restorations can be tinted to match the patient’s natural tooth color.
The cost of CEREC treatment varies depending on the type of restoration being made and the materials used. Generally, CEREC treatments are more expensive than traditional dental restorations due to the cost of the materials and the time needed to complete the process.
Typically, a CEREC restoration can be completed in a single office visit, depending on the type of restoration being made. The time needed to complete a CEREC restoration can range from 30 minutes to an hour.
Yes, CEREC is an excellent option for replacing missing teeth. CEREC can be used to fabricate dental restorations such as bridges and crowns, which can be used to replace missing teeth. CEREC restorations are strong and durable, and they can be customized to match the patient’s natural tooth color.
CEREC restorations are highly durable and can last for many years with proper care. With good oral hygiene and regular dental checkups, CEREC restorations can last for up to 15 years or longer.
The main advantage of CEREC is that it enables dentists to design and fabricate dental restorations in a single office visit, eliminating the need for multiple appointments. Additionally, CEREC restorations are made from highly durable ceramic materials, making them strong and long-lasting. The main disadvantage of CEREC is the cost, as the treatment can be little expensive than traditional dental restorations.