What Are CEREC Crowns?

By Robert L. Wyler DDS, SC
July 27, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: cerec   dental crowns  

The Perfect Smile: What Are CEREC Crowns? 

Are you in need of a dental crown? Dr. Robert Wyler, a dentist in Waukesha, WI offers same-day CEREC crowns. CEREC crowns use dental crownsstate-of-the-art technology, which is backed by decades of research and delivers results that are highly aesthetic and durable. Beautiful smiles are not just for the Hollywood stars. Today, people in all lines of work are taking advantage of the benefits of cosmetic dentistry. Here's what you need to know about CEREC crowns.

What Are CEREC Crowns?

CEREC is a 3D chairside design and milling technology that allows dentists to create dental crowns right in the office. CEREC crowns are made using computer-assisted technology, an in-office milling machine, and a solid block of ceramic.

The CEREC software creates an accurate map of the teeth and the space they occupy and allows the dentist to design dental crowns that fit precisely, are metal-free, and feel like your natural teeth.

Benefits of CEREC Crowns

CEREC crowns are composed of durable materials that restore color, strength, and shape to low or non-functioning teeth. CEREC crowns won't leak or crack over time. With ceramic CEREC crowns, you can have a smile that's both strong and beautiful!

With the revolutionary CEREC system, we can place a high-quality permanent crown in a single visit. The treatment only takes about one hour and you will leave the same day with your permanent restoration. Say goodbye to temporary crowns and those follow-up appointments and the results will look spectacular for years to come!

Producing a beautiful smile is an art that Robert L. Wyler DDS, SC, a family dentist in Waukesha, WI specializes in. If you need a dental crown, why wait? We can help you today. Call us at 262-784-5757 to schedule your consultation. A CEREC crown will give you your smile back and restore your confidence. Remember, a gorgeous smile changes everything!

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