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What is CEREC?
CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. It short, it is ceramic material that allows your dentist to restore damaged teeth quickly and affordably. The ceramic material used is durable and will match the natural color of your teeth.
Does CEREC offer advantages to me?
CEREC has two main advantages. First, only one session is required and the restoration is usually done in an hour. Secondly, because the ceramic material matches the natural color of your teeth, the resulting restoration will look natural. No metal is used and the ceramic is plaque-resistant.
How does CEREC work?
The damaged tooth is prepared by applying a small coating of powder on the surface of the tooth. A picture of the tooth is then taken using a special camera and the required work is done using the picture.
Any recommended treatment will only be pursued once you and your dentist come to an agreement on how best to move forward. All treatment options will be explored, as well as any and all fees associated with the proposed treatments. Your health and satisfaction are our primary concern.
Mesa AZ Dental Implants
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. They are long term solutions that provide comfortable, functional, and natural-looking results.
Everyone deserves a beautiful smile. With the tremendous advances in esthetic dentistry, there’s no need to put up with anything less. Call us today for an evaluation.
3-Unit Bridge – The Traditional Option
Bridges have typically been used to replace only one missing tooth. They are designed and constructed in such a way so they proximate the normal color of your teeth. Bridges give support by utilizing the teeth on either side of the missing tooth to provide support for the replacement tooth that will fill the space where the natural tooth is missing.
It is important to remember that Mesa AZ teeth whitening is not permanent and touch-ups may be periodically necessary. Additionally, lifestyle choices that contribute to the need for whitening include smoking, and drinking coffee, tea, or wine.
One of the most innovative advances in dentistry is the ability to straighten your teeth without traditional metal brackets. We use a series of clear, plastic, removable aligners, to gently and progressively alter the position of your teeth. For more information.
Relaxation and Sedation
Sedation dentistry techniques include:
- Oral Conscious Sedation
- Nitrous Oxide