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August 30, 2017


CEREC is an acronym for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. I started performing CEREC dentistry in 2007 and have never looked back. CEREC has gone through three generations of scanning technology since I began, and it continues to evolve

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August 30, 2017


If you have ever had to deal with restoring damaged teeth, you’ll probably know that the most popular method these days is called CEREC Crowns. An acronym for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, CEREC 3D is the latest in

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August 30, 2017


Part 1 In September 1985, at the 3D design program at the Zurich Dental School, the first chairside ceramic restoration was placed with the CEREC 1 system by using computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/ CAM) technology. At the time, it was

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August 30, 2017


What began as a mission to develop a technique for chairside ceramic restorations has resulted in a 30-year history of hardware, software and material innovations. As this and other digital systems are developed and evolve, the application of CAD/CAM dental

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August 30, 2017


Part 1 One-day crown technology is convenient and produces durable ceramic crowns. Dentists now know that with digital technology, they can make a crown in the office while a patient waits, and that the process takes only an hour or

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August 30, 2017


Are CEREC One-Day Crowns Worth It? Part 2 CEREC is the unique CAD/CAM system for all-ceramic restorations in one single appointment. CEREC quickly and safely produces the desired results for patients in need of crowns. Traditional crowns and inlays are

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August 30, 2017


In Canada, oral health care is not included as part of the CHA (Canada Health Act). The majority of Canadians receive their oral health care through private dental clinics, and pay for the services they receive though insurance, or out

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August 30, 2017


There are many reasons why some Canadians decide that they should not to go to the dentist, but a recent report from the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) established that the high cost is a major factor. Also notable in the

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August 30, 2017


If you have a fear of going to the dentist you are not alone. Up to 1 in 5 people report avoiding the dentist because of fear or anxiety. It is a phenomenon that affects millions of individuals.

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August 30, 2017


The secret to properly coping with dental phobia is to discuss your fears with your dentist. Once your dentist understands what your fears are, he or she will be able to determine the best way to make you less apprehensive,

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