CEREC machine

The importance of CEREC technology might be lost on anyone who does not specialize in dentistry in Rochester Hills, MI. Still, the term CEREC has become a trademarked name used to describe any CAD/CAM system that produces affordable and efficient tooth replacements.

David M. Juliani, DDS utilizes CEREC technology to restore damaged teeth – all in one visit. Read on to learn how you can benefit from this dental restorative technology.

Understanding CEREC Technology

CEREC is short for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic. It sounds like a mouthful but the concept is really simple: this particular technology makes it possible for your dentist to provide you with cost-effective ceramic dental prosthetics such as dental implants using Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software.

In cosmetic dentistry, CEREC technology is highly valuable because it allows dental patients to have more options other than dentures, which can be quite restrictive and not versatile. Today, CEREC makes it possible for ceramic tooth fillings, crowns, bridges, and veneers to be created in a speedy and affordable manner.

How the Process Works

During the dental visit, your dentist will take a 3D scan of the affected tooth. The digital image will then be used as the template for the dental prosthesis. The image scanning and manufacturing can be done in the dental clinic or sent to a laboratory, but you’ll typically be able to get your new dental work done in a day.

Some dental offices even offer same-day services, so you don’t have to make multiple visits. You can even get other services done, such as your teeth whitening treatments, while you wait for the ceramic covering to be produced by the milling machine.

David M. Juliani, DDS aims to provide long-lasting, efficient, and affordable dental solutions for your needs. Contact us today so we could set up an appointment.