CEREC Crowns – Select Dental

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CEREC Crowns: The Strength and Beauty of Natural Teeth

At Select Dental, we are proud to say that our practice uses the latest in advanced technology to restore health, beauty and wellness to your family’s smiles. CEREC technology is one such advancement and has completely streamlined the dental crown process. Using CAD/CAM CEREC technology, our team can fully restore damaged teeth within the convenience of a single day! CEREC crowns provide full coverage and protection for teeth, rise naturally from the gumline and are custom shaded to blend seamlessly within your smile. Rivaling natural teeth, CEREC crowns are highly esthetic and made from strong, durable ceramic material. With CEREC crowns, the entire restorative procedure is completed onsite! This eliminates long wait times for lab-fabricated crowns, saving you valuable time and convenience.

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Experience the CEREC Difference

Patients find the process of receiving CEREC crowns easy, positive and even enjoyable. After treating your tooth, our doctors use an intraoral scanner to capture comfortable, digital impressions of your teeth and transmit this information to our computer and in-house CEREC milling machine. When receiving CEREC crowns, you never have to worry about goopy impression material or multiple appointments to complete your procedure. You simply relax in our comfortable treatment rooms while your CEREC crowns are customized onsite just for you. Once your CEREC crowns are ready, we cement them permanently in place and check your bite for comfort.

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PATIENT BEFORE AND AFTERS

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