Recreate Your Sparkling Smile with High-Tech CEREC
If you’ve had teeth chipped or cracked in an accident, missing teeth, or have unsightly cavities, we have good news. A revolutionary new technology called CEREC allows dentists to replace damaged teeth — or portions of them — with a ceramic material that mirrors both the appearance and function of your natural teeth.
It’s a game-changer when it comes to tooth restoration.
Faster, Stronger, More Natural-Looking Tooth Restorations
CEREC’s secret lies within the high-tech system dentists use to design each restoration. Using a computer-guided milling machine, your dentist will use a high-resolution camera to scan and capture images of your injured tooth.
Unlike other restoration systems where you have to wait for your dentist to send the images off to a lab, the CEREC system designs a custom restoration while you’re still in the exam chair. Instead of numerous trips to the dentist’s office, you can get a complete restoration in a single visit.
For busy patients who don’t have the time and money to spend on appointment after appointment, CEREC restorations are the perfect solution. Numerous studies cite their durability and natural appearance as a major breakthrough in cosmetic dentistry.
Only Top-Quality Materials Used in CEREC Restorations
Instead of metal cores that often show underneath inferior restorations, CEREC uses only top-grade, high-quality ceramic material in the milling process. Custom-matched natural tooth colouring creates a seamless look throughout your mouth.
Suitable for a Wide Range of Restorations
In addition to its use in veneers, crowns, onlays, and inlays, CEREC is an attractive choice for bridges and dental implant crowns. Although these more complex procedures take more time, it’s well worth the time invested to have the precision and quality that CEREC offers.
Easy to Care For, Easy to Wear
CEREC restorations feel exactly like your natural teeth. The same studies that commended them for their durability also found that patients reported a high degree of comfort.
Caring for your CEREC restorations is as simple as maintaining routine dental hygiene. Simply brush with a low-abrasion toothpaste and floss regularly, and they will provide years of service. Be sure to brush your gums, too, so that the tissue underlying your teeth remains strong and healthy.
To learn more about this exciting development in tooth restoration, get in touch with the friendly team at Integrity Dental. Contact us for more information today!