What is a CEREC crown, and how does it work?
It employs CAM/CAD technology, which speeds up the crown fabrication process.

CEREC is one of the most recent technologies used by the Best Dentist in Kolkata to fabricate crowns in real-time. CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. The fabrication of a crown in a dental lab is time-consuming, but CEREC has made it much quicker. It employs CAM/CAD technology, which speeds up the crown fabrication process.

Advantages of using CEREC crowns

  • CEREC reduces the risk of injury by providing a crown in a single visit. CEREC crowns also require less drilling, preserving the majority of your tooth.
  • CEREC crowns are made of ceramic. They are not only strong, durable, and fit perfectly but also biocompatible with your natural teeth. The advanced bonding technique used by CEREC only requires a small amount of tooth structure to restore optimum function to the tooth. 
  • They help you save money by reducing the number of visits to your dentist by half and eliminating the need for temporary crowns. 

How does it work?

Lab-manufactured crowns necessitate a physical imprint. It means that patients will have to bite down on mushy alginate for an extended amount of time. It can be unpleasant. It can also be a painful experience for those with a low gag reflex in some cases. On the other hand, CEREC crowns take a digital impression of the current tooth structure utilizing cutting-edge 3D imaging technology and software. The digital impression is then electronically transferred to the CAD/CAM milling machine, which cuts out a replica of the patient's dentition with diamond-tipped burs. After being machined, the CEREC crown is fitted and polished to match your existing teeth on the same day.

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