Dental Fillings and Crowns with Cerec machineYou go to the dentist because of a toothache, or maybe for your bi-annual checkup, and you get the bad news you need a dental filling or a crown. You’ll have to schedule another appointment, but you have a choice. If the filling is rather large, then you might want to consider a porcelain inlay, or onlay. If you need a crown then you might need 2 appts. Sometimes a CEREC crown could be made.

A crown is important, though, so you shouldn’t delay treatment. A crown can salvage a tooth that may otherwise have to be removed and replaced with a prosthetic.

Inconvenience of dental crowns… and a solution

We understand the inconvenience patients face with a traditional crown, and because your time is as valuable as your smile, we now use a revolutionary tool that mills a permanent crown.

Crown and Chipped Tooth Before (Pt. C) Fixed Chipped tooth and New Crown AFTER (Pt. C)

How CEREC Works

MasonThompsonOffice_193After taking a 3D image of your tooth, our CEREC machine can mill a strong, beautiful restoration in about 15 minutes. We’ll permanently place the crown during your single visit, and you’ll leave our office with a full, healthy smile. Not every situation is perfect for using the CEREC but at least we can give you options.

Tried & True Technology of CEREC Crowns

Dental Fillings & Crowns w/ CERECMillions of patients worldwide have experienced the convenience of CEREC crowns & fillings. CEREC blocks, the material from which the crowns or fillings are milled, are backed with 20 years of research, so you can rest assured they offer a durable restoration that you can trust. CEREC can also mill inlays, onlays, and veneers for your convenience.