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What is a CEREC restoration

How long does a CEREC restoration

At, our team welcomes patients in the Sterling Heights area who are seeking fast, effective, and affordable work from a dedicated dental team. Our dentists work closely with new and existing patients who are ready to achieve a more beautiful smile that is healthy and functional. When patients are faced with certain conditions, they may require restorations such as dental bridges, porcelain veneers, or crowns. In the past, these restorations had to be made in a dental laboratory and took time waiting for the restorations to be created. Now, thanks to advances in dental technology, patients can enjoy same-day repairs with CEREC.

What is CEREC?

CEREC is a special method of creating restorations right in the dental office. Instead of taking impressions and sending them to a laboratory to return weeks later, this technology offers dentists the chance to mill crowns, veneers, and bridges while patients wait in the dental chair. They are made by using digitized impressions and CAD/CAM technology for precision fit and design.

How long does a CEREC restoration last?

Most patients are concerned that CEREC restorations are not as strong and durable as those made in a dental laboratory. These restorations are of the same quality and can last many years with proper care and attention. We encourage patients to book regular dental visits for cleanings and examinations which can help in catching any problems early enough for easy intervention. Patients who are proactive about oral health care have higher chance of maintaining restorations longer.

How can I get started learning more?

The dentists of are proud to use CEREC in their dental practice and offer this service to individuals ready for restorative work. Contact their team today at 586-838-2017 to schedule an appointment and find out if treatment with CEREC restorations is appropriate for your specific situation.

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