When someone damages a tooth, there is no better solution for restoring it than CEREC®/Same-Day Crowns. This convenient solution uses modern technology to create crowns while the patient waits at the office instead of taking several weeks. Thus, patients will not have to struggle with loose temporary crowns and no secondary appointment. Instead, everything is…
The Technology Behind CEREC One Day Crowns
If you have heard of CEREC one day crowns, you may know that we can use them to treat patients faster than nearly any other restoration. If you have not experienced the technology first hand, you may not know how monumental it is and what it involves. You will be amazed at this product, how it works, and what it can do for you. Your teeth can be back to their original strength in just a few hours. This one-day crown system uses advanced technology, incorporating the CEREC CNC milling system.
Professional solution, efficient procedure
For patients who desire a natural-looking, tooth-colored solution to their dental needs, our Franklin dental office can provide this solution. Better yet, we can give patients a long-lasting, dental crown in an hour or less. Patients will not have any fitting issues or have to wait several weeks for a dental crown. Instead, we will fit, place and secure it in one visit. Our procedure is opposed to making two or three visits for a traditional crown procedure.
CEREC one-day crowns provide restoration of decayed or damaged teeth in the form of a long-lasting ceramic crown with the same strength and durability as the traditional method. The difference is that patients will not have to wait for a mold of their teeth to be sent off to a lab. We can create the crown right in our office.
The CEREC milling system is a form of technology that uses Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) that allows us to take a photo of your tooth and transfer it to a design system that will create the custom restoration all in one machine while the patient sits contently in our office chair. We can accomplish all of this in one visit, allowing the patient more time for family, friends, or work. This way, patients can save themselves the hassle of visiting the dentist multiple times. The CEREC one-day crown system is an unbeatable technology with the ability to create a restoration for a damaged tooth while the patient waits and we prepare the tooth. We will then place the crown on the specified tooth and bond it there for long-lasting protection against further tooth damage.
Prevent damage and improve appearance
This solution works for damaged teeth but also if you are tired of those unappealing silver crowns and would like a new tooth-colored crown instead. In this case, we can customize one for your needs in an hour. Simultaneously, if you want a natural looking solution for a painful, decayed tooth, your CEREC one day crown will be there exactly when you need it to be.
CEREC one-day crowns are safe, durable, and affordable. Our CEREC one-day crowns offer a simple process, with desirable results. They provide strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal and are used to restore damaged teeth, protect teeth from a loss of enamel, and improve the appearance of teeth. No matter what you are using it for, you will not be disappointed with the CEREC one day crown technology.
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