CEREC vs. Conventional Crowns - Which Choice Is Right for Me?
Until recently, the only way to get a crown was to go through the drawn-out process of multiple appointments, messy impressions, and a two-week wait for the finished restoration.
Today, with impressive advances in dental technology, you can receive a fully functioning esthetic crown in just one visit to Dr. Fairfax & Associates!
The CEREC Difference
You are probably familiar with the process for a lab-fabricated dental crown. Your dentist prepares your natural tooth, then impressions are taken and sent to a dental lab where your crown is produced. You will be given a temporary crown to wear in the interim to protect your tooth. In about two weeks, your restoration is ready ...