This state-of-the-art method has redefined dentistry, and it’s one of the best options available to patients. CEREC crowns are created with the aid of a computer.

How is CEREC Technology Used?

CEREC technology uses advanced computer design software, machinery and crown material to create 3D fabrications. The computerized process scans a patient’s mouth, targets soon-to-be-corrected areas and creates perfectly sized moldings.

The process eliminates the need for long, drawn-out metal crafting. If a patient needs a bridge, a crown or a porcelain veneer, the material can be shaped in an incredibly short amount of time. The CAD/CAM technology powering CEREC dentistry is very precise, developing crown, onlay and bridge models within minutes.

Benefits of CEREC Technology

CEREC-created models are biocompatible and durable. They also cost less than typical metal-made options. CEREC models are perfectly matched with the patient’s natural teeth. In many cases, they’re indistinguishable from the actual tooth.

Because CEREC models are made quickly, a crown appointment can be completed within two hours. When less time is used, cost effectiveness rises. In the grand scheme of dentistry, CEREC models have given dentists the ability to service more patients, reduce overall prices and create long-lasting smiles.

The Best Materials

The CEREC crown system is ideal for tooth restoration. In the past, gold, amalgam and other metals were used. CEREC ceramic, again, is biocompatible. It won’t degrade, and it won’t create infection problems. The result are teeth which look brighter, whiter and seemingly fully formed.

CEREC ceramic also makes teeth stronger. The material used completely blends with the patient’s natural tooth materials, bolstering the tooth from within. Patients can enjoy food, beverages of any temperature—and they won’t experience any discomfort.

Restore Your Sparkling Smile

Within a single visit, your crown’s shape can be scanned, crafted and perfected. The impression’s preparation can be produced and displayed on the dentist’s monitor—so the patient is always informed about their procedure. Minute details are completed with today’s leading 3D rendering software, so a tooth’s minute imperfections are accounted for.

Visit Dr. Michael Skidmore in Temecula, and let us show you why you deserve same day dental services. Talk to your treatment specialist, and become knowledgeable about the CEREC crown crafting process. From A to Z, perfect smiles are guaranteed.  Contact our Temecula office today, and book your appointment with zero hassle.