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  1. Arti says:

    A CEREC crown can be applied in one visit, as opposed to a process of two or more weeks with traditional crowns. The total process takes about two hours to complete. Repairing teeth this way becomes a long and drawn-out process. The standard practice involves taking detailed impressions, constructing a mold, sending the mold to a lab to create the crown, waiting for the crown to be completed, before finally attaching it to the tooth in another visit. Let’s break down what a CEREC crown is, how it’s made, and how to know if it’s right for you. Traditional crowns are also more expensive because of all the extra labor and time involved in making them. Then, the CEREC machine does the work of cutting and shaping the porcelain to match the computer model. You can even watch the process. Patients have to wear temporary crowns while they wait and can experience more discomfort. Traditional crowns can take two or three weeks. It can easily be accomplished in one dental visit. Crowns can be used to cover teeth that have gotten a filling to further strengthen them after decay. Your dentist may suggest using a crown over a dental implant that will replace a missing tooth. After a root canal procedure, a crown can help block infection and protect the tooth from further damage. They are also used to reinforce teeth that have structural damage, like cracks or chips. They are a

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