CEREC

CEREC - SINGLE APPOINTMENT TOOTH REPLACEMENT!

CEREC is the most advanced dental restorative system available today.  For procedures traditionally requiring a messy impression of your tooth, a temporary crown or bridge, and a second visit for placement, CEREC streamlines the process…dramatically.

In ONE visit, 3D digital images of your teeth appear on the screen and Drs. Peterson and Sunde and their team design a customized solution with innovative software. The images produce a crafted porcelain restoration through a milling process.  Bonded into place minutes later, your new tooth appears and functions just as nature intended.

WHAT DOES CEREC MEAN?

CHAIRSIDE: The technology sits within arm’s reach of the dental chair, and goes to work without you leaving your comfortable position.

ECONOMICAL: Efficient processes allow you to turn two visits into one.  Less travel, less time away from work and your family.

RESTORATIONS: Natural beauty, function, and strength for a broad range of needs, CEREC offers a solution for nearly every scenario.

ESTHETIC: Metal-free materials in many shades and color variations allow a perfect blend with your teeth.

CERAMIC: High-strength ceramics closely replicating composition to your natural tooth structure support years of normal function.

CAD/CAM

Most of the restorations and appliances used to restore and protect your mouth involve extremely high levels of customization.  Traditionally, hours of hand labor in a dental laboratory are invested in these products.  With the adoption of more technology into dentistry, CAD/CAM continues to grow in importance with unsurpassed benefits to you.

Computer-aided design (CAD) involves the design and creation of three-dimensional models for services such as crowns, veneers, onlays, inlays and bridges with absolute precision.  Even dentures, mouthguards, and some forms of orthodontic treatment result from this technology. Sophisticated software allows these highly detailed procedures to become more controlled than ever before.

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) sends the geometrical design data to an automated milling machine. This digital manufacturing process offers many enhancements for you, including:

·       Precise metal-free beauty

·       Undetectable surface texture

·       Single dental visit convenience

·       Exceptional fit and function

·       Durable, long-lasting service