Restorations are Possible
CEREC Digital Technology is Now Available In Barrie
Advanced technology in dentistry ensures that patients get the best treatment and optimal care in the shortest time possible. Before newer technologies were introduced in the dental industry, patients had to wait for days to get restorations done. However, with new advances it is now possible to go to the doctor’s office and leave with a happy and healthy smile.
CEREC Digital Technology
CEREC is derived from Ceramic reconstruction. It is a digital technology that makes use of computer aided designs. CEREC is applied in a number of cosmetic dentistry and reconstructive surgery procedures. The technology allows fillings, crowns, bridges and porcelain veneers Barrie to be fitted perfectly in one dental appointment. Before the technology was introduced to the dental industry, dental restorations took several weeks to complete. Patients had to wait for days as the restorations were prepared in the laboratory.
CEREC technology is highly effective and has several benefits. The technology utilizes non metallic materials and thus the end results are natural. The results produced by using CEREC are long lasting. In addition, the technology allows dentists to design a solution that fits perfectly without any errors. If a restoration does not match the details of your teeth, it will not function well and the appearance will be unsightly.
Benefits of CEREC
With CEREC technology, dental patients get a more comfortable experience at the dentist’s office. The technology eliminates the need to place mold into the patient’s mouth for mapping. The 3D technology makes use of a completely virtual impression. 3D software is used to capture the image of the patient’s mouth. The images are then used to create customized teeth restorations that fit perfectly. The restorations are designed using a computer.
CEREC digital technology is a great addition to dentistry. With the great innovation, there are no more temporary restorations, or impression. No more frustrations as you wait for crowns to be made. Oral healthcare providers continue to embrace new technologies to ensure that patients get the best experience.
CEREC RESTORATION APPLICATION
Are You A Candidate for CEREC
If your dentist has recommended inlay, onlay, crown or bridge, then CEREC will be used to give you a restoration. Patients with cracked teeth, extensively damaged teeth and old failing restorations will also benefit greatly from the technology. Any large dental restoration makes the patient a CEREC candidate.
Another great invention that could be of great help in fast and efficient dental restorations is 3D printing. With 3D printers that can print on plastics, fibers and metals, dentists will be able to easily print out implants, dentures and other tooth replacements. Since 3D printers are very detailed, dentist could make use of them to create detailed models outlining a precise structure of the tooth.
We are a Family Friendly Practice
At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Adam Chapnick works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.
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