CEREC - Green Dental Delaware

Same Visit Crowns in Delaware, Ohio

 

How Does CEREC Work?

The dentist prepares the damaged tooth by painting a thin layer of reflective powder directly on the tooth's surface. Using a special camera, the dentist then takes a picture of the tooth. No need to take a messy impression and send it to a lab. The dentist works from this photo, which is actually a pin-sharp optical impression of the tooth.

 

  • Partial and full crowns
  • Veneers
  • All other single-tooth restorations

 

CAD in Dentistry

Computer Aided Design (CAD) technology helps the dentist design the restoration from the optical impression. The design is done chair side on a color monitor. Patients can watch the dentist design the new restoration right in front of their eyes.

 

CAM in Dentistry

Then Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) creates the restoration while the patient waits. The tooth is milled out of a block of ceramic material that matches the patient's tooth color. CAM uses a high-speed diamond bur and a disk simultaneously to mill a precise restoration. the milling takes about 10 minutes. Finally, the dentist bonds the newly milled restoration to the tooth using an adhesive.

 

133 W. Hull Dr.

Delaware, OH 43015

(740) 363-3871

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Dentist Office Hours

Monday        8:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday       7:30am - 5:00pm

Wednesday  8:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday      8:00am - 5:00pm

Friday           8:00am - 12:00pm

  (other hours by appointment)

 

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CEREC - Green Dental Delaware

Same Visit Crowns in Delaware, Ohio

 

How Does CEREC Work?

The dentist prepares the damaged tooth by painting a thin layer of reflective powder directly on the tooth's surface. Using a special camera, the dentist then takes a picture of the tooth. No need to take a messy impression and send it to a lab. The dentist works from this photo, which is actually a pin-sharp optical impression of the tooth.

 

  • Partial and full crowns
  • Veneers
  • All other single-tooth restorations

 

CAD in Dentistry

Computer Aided Design (CAD) technology helps the dentist design the restoration from the optical impression. The design is done chair side on a color monitor. Patients can watch the dentist design the new restoration right in front of their eyes.

 

CAM in Dentistry

Then Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) creates the restoration while the patient waits. The tooth is milled out of a block of ceramic material that matches the patient's tooth color. CAM uses a high-speed diamond bur and a disk simultaneously to mill a precise restoration. the milling takes about 10 minutes. Finally, the dentist bonds the newly milled restoration to the tooth using an adhesive.