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CEREC Natural Looking Dental CrownsHere is a typical scenario – you go to your dental appointment and find out you need a crown on a certain tooth. The dentist makes an impression and leaves you with a temporary crown on the first visit. After two weeks, you have another appointment so the doctor can put in the permanent crown. The fit may not be perfect, so you wait again as the crown is sent back to the lab. And then, yet another dentist appointment.

Zirconium also called Zirconia (Cercon) is rapidly becoming the material of choice for dental crowns. It is a very strong material able to withstand the wear and tear of every day use. Aesthetically, it is translucent very similar to a natural tooth, reflecting light in much the same way.

If you have ever had a crown to restore a tooth, you may already be aware what a dreaded, drawn-out process it is. But with today's technology, say goodbye to multiple trips to the dentist over a period of weeks. With CEREC™, you can have a perfectly fitting crown in only one visit that takes only about an hour!

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Studio Dental - Athena Storey, DDS

CEREC is a high-tech device used to design and manufacture ceramic tooth restorations at Studio Dental while the patient waits. The milling process is completed in about 20 minutes and the entire restorative procedure is completed in a single appointment. http://www.tucsononevisitcrowns.com

Regular hygiene patients spend 50-75% less in dental treatment over a lifetime-because most problems are prevented or caught early and need less treatment. Regular hygiene patients have healthier gums and bone. Regular hygiene patients keep their teeth longer. Regular hygiene patients have lighter, younger teeth with fewer stains that build up on the enamel.