CEREC Crowns & CEREC Dental Implants in Melbourne
Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics (CEREC) is an excellent solution for high-quality, functional crowns and implants. Both CEREC crowns and CEREC dental implants are suitable for many people with heavily decayed or damaged teeth.
If you’ve been wondering “is there a CEREC dentist near me?”, look no further. Dental on Clarendon offers same day crowns Melbourne patients can greatly benefit from in a short period of time.
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If you’ve been thinking to yourself “where can I find a CEREC dentist near me?,” make an appointment with our clinic in South Melbourne today. Enquire about our same day crowns Melbourne residents have reaped the benefits from by calling (03) 9690 3285 or filling out our online contact form.
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Commonly Asked Questions
CEREC is an automated process that manufactures crowns, veneers and implants more efficiently and accurately than traditional dental product manufacturing methods. Our dentist uses 3D imaging and special software to calculate the precise dimensions of the patient’s teeth, and then a digital scan of the crown, veneer or implant is formed. After this, a cutting and tooling machine sculpts a tooth that is an exact replica of the scan. CEREC crowns and CEREC dental implants produced this way can be applied straight away.
- CEREC dental treatments use durable material made through an advanced procedure
- The patient doesn’t need to grind down on their teeth as much
- The whole process can be done in just one appointment
Creating and applying traditional crowns required the patient to make two separate appointments. During the first appointment, the dentist would take a mould of the crown. The patient would be asked to make a second appointment for the crown to be applied. The patient may also need to get a temporary filling to last between the two appointments.
Conversely, durable and aesthetically appealing CEREC crowns can be designed, milled and fitted in just one appointment. Since CEREC dental technology is completely digital, moulds are not required, which is beneficial for patients who tend to gag.
CEREC crowns, bridges, implants and other CEREC treatments usually only cost a few hundred dollars more than traditional crowns, bridges, and implants. Depending on what type of material the product is made from, most patients with dental insurance pay between $300 and $1,000.