How CEREC Leads To Restorative Support In Less Time

What does CEREC technology change about your restorative dental treatment experience? Thanks to these modern resources, your dentist will have everything necessary to provide you with a dental crown in just one visit. This means you will not find yourself counting on a temporary restoration, and that you will have permanent support sooner. A crown has an important job. When you experience a serious problem with your tooth, like a large cavity, or an injury, it will provide less support, and be vulnerable to future issues. By placing a crown, your dentist will protect that tooth from complications, while also making it possible for you to feel comfortable biting and chewing.

Receiving A CEREC Dental Crown

Receiving a CEREC crown means receiving the care you need in less time than you might expect. The entire process needed to make your crown can be completed during your initial visit. Your measurements will be taken, then used to design the restoration. A milling machine in the office will produce it, and it will be ready to place before your appointment is over!

The Cosmetic Benefit Of A CEREC Crown

CEREC crowns are made from ceramic. This material provides a life-like restoration, meaning you will be able to enjoy the functional value of a crown while also maintaining an attractive smile. Patients who worry about their appearance after restorative care will not have to fret over how their crown will impact them. In fact, its presence can be an improvement when you are addressing a tooth that shows physical evidence of poor health.

Talk To Pacific Hills Dental About Receiving A CEREC Crown

At Pacific Hills Dental, our office is proud to provide patients with crowns produced by CEREC technology. This means enjoying your restoration in less time, but it also means receiving a crown that will not disrupt your appearance. If you would like to make an appointment for yourself or for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We are proud to provide dental treatment for patients in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.