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CEREC (Chair-side Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) enables porcelain ceramic inlay material to be produced easily, while you wait. No longer are impressions and laboratory work required for dental restorations, a process which would normally take several weeks, and multiple dental appointments. CEREC allows for restoration completion within just one visit.

CAD/CAM - 'the integration of Computer-aided design (CAD) and Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)'.

By taking an infra-red digital scan of your damaged tooth, we can utilise the latest CAD/CAM technology to design beautiful, highly precise restorations. Using our state of the art wireless MCXL milling unit, we can then mill a perfect replica in house, ready for same day bonding. CEREC is a far superior alternative to most large fillings.

Our CEREC crowns are designed, milled, hand-painted, and glazed by Robert within the practice.

Our process

  1. Before treatment begins, we inform you about the benefits of CEREC
  2. After removing the decayed tissue or the defective amalgam filling, we create a 3D image of the tooth with the aid of the CEREC camera
  3. The restoration is designed using our CEREC acquisition unit
  4. The CEREC milling unit machines the restoration out of a ceramic block
  5. The CEREC crown is then hand-painted, stained, and glazed by hand and placed into the furnace
  6. The milled restoration is bonded directly to your tooth

No conventional impressions

The CEREC three dimensional camera scans the prepared tooth in just a few seconds. This eliminates the need for unpleasant silicone impressions.

No temporaries and no lengthy wait times

CEREC restorations are milled from a ceramic block in just a few minutes. They are then ready to be placed on the same day after Robert's preparation. This eliminates the need for temporary fillings and crowns.

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