CEREC dental crowns are a modern technology that allows you to have your ceramic crowns in one day. This technique is very high tech and uses CAD and CAM for manufacturing. Basically, it relies on computer-aided design and manufacturing to make your crowns in-house.
These programs allow your dentist to take very precise impressions of your mouth to ensure the best fit. After all your information is entered into the system, your dentist prints your personalized ceramic crown using a 3D printer.
At FeRa Clinic, this process only takes a total of 15 minutes. Give your dentist another 15-20 minutes to bond your crown. And get the fastest dental crown in one visit. One thing to note is that if you have dental infections, your dentist will need to delay your treatment. It is imperative to treat the underlying problems beforehand!
Benefits of CEREC Crowns
1. Immediate placement of ceramic crowns is a same day procedure
2. Provides an extremely natural look
Traditional Coating Types
Temporary dental crowns are the only category of conventional crowns designed. The material of temporary crowns is typically stainless steel or acrylic based and used as the first solution until a permanent crown is achieved. When it comes to children, stainless steel crowns are applied to protect damaged teeth until the primary teeth fall out, and stainless-steel crowns are made with them.
Porcelain or ceramic crowns are considered the most durable compared to their counterparts. At the same time, they give the most original and natural results and are ideal for people with metal allergies
Full resin dental crowns are an economical option over alternatives. Fully resin crowns that compromise aesthetic appeal serves the purpose of minimal support. They do not last as long as porcelain or ceramic and are susceptible to breakage and wear.
Metal-infused porcelain crowns are ideal for those who fall between the benefits of both materials, all-metal and all-porcelain crowns is an alternative. Unlike metals, metal-added porcelain can be made compatible with natural teeth. However, unlike metal, dental crowns in this category are prone to wear compared to the durability of an all-metal crown. In terms of originality, ceramic-doped crowns are second only to porcelain.