What is CEREC?

CEREC
WORKFLOW.

Digital Scanning

In the first stage the dentist will prepare the tooth, then will capture intraoral images with the camera video device – Cerec Omnicam. This small optical device will scan maxillary arcades in a minute.

Milling

Using CEREC milling unit, in minutes prosthetic restoration will be ready for individualization and glazing. In a short time, the results certainly will be as the technician expect to be, a special tooth prepared for the next step, sintering.

Design

The restoration is designed using the CEREC software. After the intraoral scanning the CEREC software will generate the final prosthetic restoration which fits perfectly and individually to your tooth reconstruction.

Complet restoration

ONE SINGLE
VISIT.
Sintering

During this procedure the restoration will be individualized using pigments and introduced into the ceramic oven for 10-15 minutes. The resulting tooth is indistinguishable from adjacent teeth, it has the same strength as them.

Digital Scanning

In the first stage the dentist will prepare the tooth, then will capture intraoral images with the camera video device – Cerec Omnicam. This small optical device will scan maxillary arcades in a minute.

Design

The restoration is designed using the CEREC software. After the intraoral scanning the CEREC software will generate the final prosthetic restoration which fits perfectly and individually to your tooth reconstruction.

Milling

Using CEREC milling unit, in minutes prosthetic restoration will be ready for individualization and glazing. In a short time, the results certainly will be as the technician expect to be, a special tooth prepared for the next step, sintering.

Sintering

During this procedure the restoration will be individualized using pigments and introduced into the ceramic oven for 10-15 minutes. The resulting tooth is indistinguishable from adjacent teeth, it has the same strength as them.