The Benefits of CEREC Dentistry in Rancho Santa Margarita Over Traditional Crowns

Posted on: August 15, 2017

CEREC DentistryVisit our CEREC dentistry in Rancho Santa Margarita to experience the many benefits of CEREC crowns compared to traditional crowns. While some people might be skeptical about CEREC crowns, there are numerous benefits to this quick and efficient treatment.

The Benefits of CEREC Crowns

Patients save on Time:

Who does not want to save time? We can create and place CEREC to fit properly with the patient’s other teeth in one visit. This will allow patients to get back to work more quickly and spend less time in the dentist chair.

Patients can Avoid Discomfort:

At our CEREC dentistry office in Rancho Santa Margarita, we place the crowns in one sitting, so patients do not have to go home with a temporary crown. Temporary crowns can be uncomfortable and can leave the teeth vulnerable since they are not as durable as a permanent crown. Fortunately, patients will only have to go through one numbing process and one placement process.

An Aesthetic Improvement:

With CEREC, patients will receive a tooth-colored, attractive crown that will restore the beauty and strength of a tooth in little time. Patients will not have to leave our office with an unsightly silver crown and will receive a crown that looks so similar to a natural tooth that people will not be able to tell the difference.

Durable Restoration:

CEREC crowns are stronger and longer-lasting than traditional crowns. When a patient visits our CEREC dentistry office, he or she knows that we can offer a protected and improved tooth for decades to come. Patients will be able to flaunt their smile and eat the foods they love, without worrying about endangering the tooth or crown.

Dependable Workmanship:

Not only does the CEREC system provide durability and convenience, it also provides dependability. The CEREC technology has been on the market for over 30 years, providing patients with over 30 million tooth restorations. This system provides service and a quality product to patients. In addition to these impressive statistics, over 250 studies prove the clinical safety of these restorations, so patients can know they are in good hands with CEREC®.

Quality Materials:

The materials that we use for CEREC dentistry come from professional manufacturers. The most up-to-date glass ceramics, high-performance polymers, and feldspar minerals, among many other quality materials, provide crowns that not only protect the teeth but also conserve the makeup of the teeth. Our materials are biocompatible, meaning they never cause irritation or damage to surrounding bones or tissues.

Traditional crowns cannot keep up any longer. CEREC is the future of dental restorations. Our office is proud to offer CEREC dentistry treatment as an alternative to traditional methods that take longer to implement, do not last as long, and require more time and energy on the patient’s part. We know you will be pleased with the convenience and quality we can offer you in our office. Visit Arbours Aesthetic Dentistry today for your CEREC crown application.


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