What is CEREC 3D?
CEREc allows us to treat patients with metal-free, tooth-colored restorations created chairside in one appointment. CEREC eliminates messy impressions, time-wasting temporaries, and unnecessary reduction of healthy tooth structure. It provides our patients with the esthetics they demand in just one visit.
The CEREC process has been proven time and again in its 20 years of use. It has been successfully used in over 9,000,000 cases worldwide. More than 200 clinical studies testify to the success of the process with a more than 96% success rate, and 0% post-op sensitivity makes us confident in the power of the CEREC technology.
Along with CEREC comes a high level of clinical certainty that touches upon every aspect of dental restorations. All CEREC materials are designed to replicate the form, function, and aesthetics of natural dentition, and to fully meet dental professionals' requirements in terms of fracture strength, abrasian characteristics, and workability. We recognize that each case presents its own challenges. This is why we are pleased to offer this system with its wide variety of materials, manufactured by the most reputable names in dentistry, allowing us to select the most ideal material for each individual patient.
We know that no one likes going to the dentist. We also know that, when you do go, you want the best value for your money. CEREC allows us to give you the best results in the shortest amount of time. The best part about this process is that there are no impressions to take, no temporary fixes while waiting for the permanent repair, and fewer injections needed. With optical impressions taken by the machine, there are no messy materials to worry about, and the entire repair can take place in one single visit.
CEREC 3D takes care of replacing old amalgams, creating new crowns and designing a brand new smile - faster and more efficiently than ever before.
All CEREC materials are available in a comprehensive selection of shades and translucencies to satisy any esthetic considerations. Dental professionals and their patients agree - CEREC restorations match patients' natural tooth color right from the milling chamber. Finishing diamonds may be used to further refine the occlusal and complete the polishing sequence, resulting in a restoration so lifelike that it is hard to tell where the natural tooth ends and the restoration begins. In addition, stain and glaze kits are available to satisfy the esthetic demands of more advanced anterior cases.
And one of the best parts of this technology? It is typically covered by insurance!
Want to know more? Look at the list of advantages and before and after images.