What is CEREC?

The abbreviation CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. Through this process, your dentist can repair and revitalize damaged teeth quickly at an affordable rate. The material used is strong and dependable, and will match your teeth’s natural color.

What advantages does CEREC offer?

CEREC actually has multiple advantages. First, the necessary restorative work requires only one session and is typically finished in an hour. Second, the restorative work looks natural, thanks to the fact that ceramic is used instead of metal and matches your teeth’s natural color.

How does CEREC work?

A small amount of powder is applied to the surface of the damaged tooth. Next, a distinctive camera takes a picture of the damaged tooth, which aids your dentist in performing the necessary work.

The restoration is then designed using state-of-the-art computer technology, which you can watch on a nearby computer. Over 10 years of clinical research have verified the use of CEREC in performing exact restorative work.

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Massive enamel development deficiencies, discoloration of all teeth in the upper and lower jaws, as well as considerable aesthetic inadequacies.

The CEREC result provides the perfect aesthetic rehabilitation of the anterior teeth in the upper and lower jaws.

Partial gold crown attached to the first upper left molar.

Following the restoration of the tooth, the polished ceramic surface of the adhesively bonded CEREC partial crown is considerably more aesthetic.