CEREC: The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

CEREC: The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Questions Ceramic Reconstruction, or CEREC, provides an alternative to the traditional process for restoring a tooth. Instead of making a physical impression of the tooth, it uses a 3D camera and special computer software to develop a sophisticated image of the tooth....
CEREC and What it Means to You

CEREC and What it Means to You

Using a 3D camera and CAD/CAM technology, CEREC creates dental restorations in one office visit instead of multiple trips or temporary fittings. Crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays are made out of ceramic and fits perfectly to renew your smile. So what does this new...
An Overview of CEREC

An Overview of CEREC

The traditional approach to getting a crown is to receive a temporary crown and then wait a few weeks for the final restoration to be fabricated so that it can be placed in a follow-up appointment. CEREC technology improves the process by allowing a crown to be...
CEREC: State-of-the-Art Dentistry

CEREC: State-of-the-Art Dentistry

CEREC digital technology is a revolutionary method of restoring damaged teeth in one dental visit. It delivers fillings, crowns, or veneers to make your smile beautiful and stronger. In just a single appointment, the dentist can diagnose and prepare your bad tooth,...
Reasons to Consider CEREC Same-day Crowns

Reasons to Consider CEREC Same-day Crowns

Have you ever cracked a tooth? Do you dread the thought of going through the process of getting a crown to restore the damage? CEREC, or ceramic restoration, offers technology that allows your dentist to repair your fractured tooth with a natural-looking, long-lasting...