CEREC or chairside economical restoration of esthetic porcelain restorations are made from natural ceramic materials that have very comparable dental components as healthy tooth enamel and is completely compatible with the human body.
Ceramic materials are very tough and can withstand daily chewing and grinding of provisions and is not particularly affected by hot and cold stimulus. In addition, with porcelain, there is no taste of metallic substances and clients will not have problems with any electrical conductivity produced by neighbouring metals on the teeth. Also, the smooth surface of the ceramic repels bacteria.
A CEREC dental restoration is produced from tooth-coloured ceramic materials that give an amazingly organic look. The ceramic materials adapt well with the tissues in the mouth and are both unaffected by plaque and are anti-abrasive. CEREC tooth restorations enable the oral health care professional to be very precise while applying more enamel of your existing teeth and can be used for inlay and onlay fillings, along with veneers and crowns.
How does the CEREC work?
In the beginning, a dental specialist will apply a light layer of white reflective powder on the tooth's shell to be used in conjunction with a special camera, which takes images of your injured teeth. The picture taken is a pin-sharp optical impression that makes it possible for the dental clinician to fashion a computer-aided tooth restoration. A full colour monitor enables the individual to examine the design of the restoration as it is being fabricated.
Then CEREC builds an exact fixture, that you may also observe. Via a pure block of ceramic material, a high-speed diamond bur and a disk perform to mill the latest dental fixture. The final piece of newly milled restoration is bonded to the tooth with the latest in adhesive dentistry.
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