97% of American adults believe that a quality smile is an important social aspect and aids in confidence. American dental care is one of the world’s best, with cutting edge technology for any issue- from cosmetic dental work to professional teeth whitening. Dental implants, in particular, are on the rise to becoming a more popular option of cosmetic dental work. Dental implants are the only cosmetic dental procedure that provide the experience of natural teeth. One method used for these implants is Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic, or CEramic REConstruction.
CEREC is a method that some of the top cosmetic dentists use, with roughly 38,000 offices practicing this state-of-the-art procedure to reconstruct tooth restorations. This method was first developed at the University of Zurich in 1980, and it has come a long way since then. Not only does this restorative process save time, it is very precise because it uses computer-aided technology.
The computers aid dentists with constructing, producing, and inserting these ceramic restorative pieces in a single appointment. However, the dental implants procedure is slightly different with the CEREC process. First, an impression or digital scan is taken of the patient’s mouth; this scan is then uploaded to the computer where cosmetic dentists design the type of implant needed for that particular patient. Next, the manufacturing begins with the aid of computers.
American dental care, because it is cutting edge, has been able to incorporate technology such as small-sized milling machines and even 3D printers in order to produce the dentures. These mills and printers use silicate, feldspar, or glass ceramics to create the false teeth, especially single tooth restorations.
Patients are now able to experience new teeth in one day with this technique. As of October 2013, there have been 6.9 million CEREC restorations around the world. The many benefits include a faster time frame, no use of metallic substances, and more accurate when it comes to digital impression work (as opposed to a traditional impression).
The CEREC procedure is the leading innovation of American dental care and is the quickest and most effective way to restore teeth without the heft price tag of multiple follow up procedures and frequent visits for improvements and maintenance. Major tooth loss can cause depression and self esteem issues in adults, so consider a CEREC restoration to regain that confidence.
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