CEREC Crowns

CEREC Omnicam Scanning simplicity 

CEREC is a sophisticated CAD/CAM system for the production of all-ceramic inlays, onlays, partial crowns, veneers and crowns for anterior and posterior teeth. 

NUMBERS THAT CONFIRM EXPERIENCE

Unrivalled handling, powder-free scanning and precise 3D images in natural color! Taking digital optical impressions is now so easy, intuitive and ergonomic

CEREC – a procedure with long tradition.

The CEREC procedure was developed at Zurich University and has been successfully deployed in dental practices since 1985 – i.e. for more than 25 years.

Worldwide more than 25,000 practices in over 50 countries work with CEREC system. Since 1985 over 8 million patients have been treated using the CEREC procedure. More than 20 million ceramic restorations have been created and placed.

Long-term clinical studies demonstrate that – in terms of durability – CEREC restorations are at least equivalent to gold restorations.

Depending on the individual case, CEREC fillings can achieve even better results than gold fillings.

 

 

NO MORE CONVENTIONAL IMPRESSIONS, TEMPORARIES AND LONG WAITING PERIODS

The CEREC treatment procedure means:

NO CONVENTIONAL IMPRESSION

The CEREC 3D measuring camera scans the prepared tooth in just a few seconds. This eliminates the need for unpleasant silicone impressions.

GOODBYE TEMPORARIES

CEREC restorations are milled out of a solid ceramic block in just a few minutes. They are then ready to be placed immediately. This eliminates the need for temporary fillings and crowns. It also means that you need only one appointment. And you don’t have to wait for days on end until the ceramic fillings is finished.

NO LONG WAITING PERIODS

Because CEREC restorations can be placed immediately, you need only one appointment. And you benefit from tooth restorations which have demonstrated their durability time and time again.

THE CEREC PROCEDURE STEP BY STEP

  • Before treatment begins we inform you about the  benefits of CEREC
  • 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.
  • The restoration is designed on  the monitor of the CEREC acquisition unit.
  • The CEREC milling unit machines the restoration out of a ceramic block.
  • The milled restoration is bonded directly to your tooth.
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