FAQs About CEREC® Crowns

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When someone has a broken or damaged tooth, CEREC® crowns are one of the restoration options that a dentist might recommend. A dental crown is a tooth prosthesis that covers the tooth to protect it from additional damages. With traditional dental crowns, the process can take a few weeks and multiple appointments to complete. CEREC® crowns allow the dentist to fit the patient with a dental restoration on the same day.

What is a CEREC® crown?

Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic, or CEREC®, crowns are a method of repairing damaged teeth as an alternative to traditional dental crowns. However, unlike regular crowns, CEREC® crowns are regarded as same-day restoration because the entire process can be completed in a single dental appointment without needing to creating temporary crowns. Therefore, patients looking for a quick and convenient way to repair tooth damages might want to consider CEREC® crowns.

How long do CEREC® crowns last?

People often doubt the durability and effectiveness of CEREC® crowns because of how fast it is to produce them compared to traditional dental crowns. However, the quality of the fabrication process and the efficiency of CEREC® crowns are comparable to regular dental crowns. With adequate care and maintenance, as well as regular dental appointments, these crowns can last for several years. Moreover, since this type of crown needs fewer adjustments, this makes a durable option for certain patients.

Do CEREC® crowns appear natural?

The dentist will ensure that the new crown is produced correctly to fit inside the mouth correctly. Patients will not have to be concerned about whether the crown will look different from their existing teeth. The shade of the new tooth will be matched to existing teeth. Also, during the placement process, the dentist will consider the alignment of the smile to ensure that the new crown fits in seamlessly to give a natural appearance. After the procedure, it will be hard to distinguish the newly restored tooth from the rest of the teeth.

When do dentists recommend CEREC® crowns?

More dentists are providing CEREC® crowns instead of traditional crowns when possible. The dental crowns are used to cover a tooth that suffered severe damage due to decay or injury or after a root canal treatment. The dentist may recommend a traditional crown if an alloy restoration such as porcelain-fused-to-metal crown would be better suited to protect the tooth. Alloy crowns are sturdier and usually more appropriate for patients with teeth-grinding habits.

What are the benefits of choosing CEREC® crowns?

CEREC® crowns have many benefits. Primarily, the fact that the entire restoration can be completed in a single appointment makes it a preferable choice for many patients. The process is convenient and time-saving. Also, patients no longer have to deal with manual impression-taking.

CEREC® is a technology that produces accurate and fitting crowns that need few or no adjustments. They are also natural-looking and aesthetically appealing.

Final note

CEREC® crowns are just as functional as traditional crowns for dental restorations. If you have additional questions, contact the dental office to book an appointment with the dentist.

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