CEREC® Same Day Crowns

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With CEREC® technology, your journey to a flawless smile is faster and more convenient than ever before. CEREC® Crowns are cutting-edge dental crowns crafted in a single visit, right in the dentist’s office.

Using state-of-the-art computer-aided design and manufacturing, CEREC® Crowns are precision-engineered to match the exact contours and shade of your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and comfortable fit. These all-ceramic crowns are not only aesthetically pleasing but also durable, offering a long-lasting solution to restore your teeth’s strength and beauty.

What is a crown, and why do I need one?

A dental crown is a custom-designed cap that is placed over a compromised tooth, restoring its strength, function, and aesthetics. Crowns are crafted from durable materials, and not only protect the tooth from further damage but also seamlessly blend with your natural teeth, ensuring a confident and natural-looking smile.

CEREC® Crowns are technologically advanced dental crowns crafted using Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems, allowing dentists to create and place custom crowns in just one appointment. This eliminates the need for multiple visits and uncomfortable impressions.

The process is quick, painless, and eliminates the need for messy impressions. Your dentist will digitally scan your tooth, design the crown, and then create it on-site in just one appointment. With CEREC® Crowns, you can smile with confidence, knowing that your dental restoration is as efficient and technologically advanced as it is beautiful. Experience the future of dentistry, experience CEREC® Crowns today.

Common questions about CEREC® Same Day Crowns:

How does the CEREC® process work?

CEREC® utilizes digital impressions and 3D imaging to design and mill a precise crown from a block of high-quality dental ceramic. The entire process, from scan to placement, can be completed in a single visit, saving you time and providing immediate restoration.

What are the advantages of choosing a provider that performs CEREC® Same Day Crowns?

CEREC® crowns offer the convenience of a same-day solution, eliminating the need for multiple visits. Additionally, the digital precision ensures a perfect fit, and the high-quality materials used provide long-lasting durability.

Are CEREC® crowns as durable as traditional crowns?

Yes, CEREC® Same Day Crowns are known for their durability. They are crafted from strong  dental ceramics,  ensuring a restoration that withstands everyday wear and tear.

Is the CEREC® procedure painful?

The CEREC® process is minimally invasive, and patients generally experience little to no discomfort. Your dentist will use local anesthesia as needed to ensure a pain-free experience.

How long does it take to get a CEREC® Same Day Crown?

The entire process, from digital scanning to crown placement, typically takes about 2 hours. This means you can walk out of the dental office with a fully restored smile in just one visit!

How long do CEREC® crowns last?

CEREC® crowns are designed to be long-lasting, and with proper oral care and maintenance, they can endure for 10 years or more. Regular dental check-ups will ensure the health and longevity of your CEREC® restoration.

Can CEREC® crowns be used for any tooth?

CEREC® Same Day Crowns are versatile and can be used for most teeth that require crowns. Your dentist will evaluate your specific case to determine if CEREC® is the right solution for your dental needs.

Is everyone a candidate for CEREC® Same Day Crowns?

While CEREC® is suitable for many patients, individual factors such as the extent of dental damage and oral health conditions may influence candidacy. Your dentist will assess your case and recommend the most suitable treatment option for you.

What is the difference between crowns and veneers?

Crowns and veneers both enhance the appearance of teeth, but they serve different purposes. Crowns cover the entire tooth, providing structural support, while veneers are thin shells that primarily address cosmetic concerns. Your dentist will recommend the best option based on your specific needs.