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Weston Dentist Explains Cerec Computer Aided Restorations

Cerec™ is the unique CAD/CAM system that allows patients to receive ceramic restorations in just one visit. These computer-aided restorations include inlays, onlays, veneers and crowns. It’s the most used dental CAD/CAM system worldwide. Cerec allows us creates high aesthetic metal free restorations without the need for impressions or temporaries.

The process starts with a 3D scan of the teeth. By simply gliding the camera over the teeth a full color 3D model of the teeth is generated. The Cerec software allows us to design a restoration quickly and easily without compromising precision and beauty. The dentist then simply fabricates the restoration using a ceramic block. After finalizing it, it’s then seated in the patient’s mouth.

Here are some of the reasons we offer this revolutionary system to our patients:

  1. Same day restorations
  2. It allows us to save more of the healthy tooth tissue
  3. The porcelain materials are chemically bonded to your tooth
  4. They can be custom stained to match your other teeth.
  5. The pure ceramic porcelain used is stronger than normal porcelain and are less likely to ever break
  6. Often a partial coverage restoration (inlay or onlay) can be completed instead of needing a full crown.

If you’re looking for a Weston Dentist that offers family and cosmetic dentistry then make an appointment with us today.

CEREC® is a registered trademark of Sirona Dental Systems.

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