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CEREC Creating Your Smile In One Day

CEREC Creating Your Smile In One Day

When missing teeth, it is essential to restore them to ensure great oral health. It is important to replace those teeth in a timely fashion, which is why doctors are turning to advanced technology, like CEREC. CEREC technology allows for dentists to create your new tooth or teeth on site, so when you leave the office, you’re leaving with a full smile.

When going to the dentist for new teeth, our team will inform you of this advanced technology to achieve your smile in the same day. When you begin going through the new crown or bridge process, your dentist will take a digital impression of the area that is in need of the tooth or teeth. From there, your new tooth/teeth will be sent over to the CEREC machine, which will read the digital impression and create the tooth. When this is done, your dentist will fit the tooth/teeth to your mouth, and make any minor changes, if needed, for your best fit.

CEREC is a great option when new teeth are needed, so you do not have to go with missing dentition for a day. Dentistry of Fishers ensures to continue with advanced technology to ensure that every patient has the most successful and optimal procedure possible. Advanced technology is important because it improves patient care and results of the treatment plans. Some of the technology we use in our office include:
Laser dentistry
• Sedation dentistry

Don’t skip a beat with your smile! Have it restored with the help of our advanced technology. Contact our team to schedule an appointment, or if you’d like to be provided with more information. Our team is here to help you reconstruct your teeth, even in one day. If you’re ready to get the smile you deserve, contact Dentistry of Fishers, conveniently located in Fishers, Indiana.
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Replacing missing teeth with dental bridge

Dental bridges, like implants and partial dentures, are used to replace missing teeth. There are several types of fixed dental bridges, including conventional fixed bridges, cantilever bridges and resin-bonded bridges.

Typically, conventional and cantilever bridges require shaping of the teeth surrounding a missing tooth. Crowns are then placed on the shaped teeth and attached to an artificial tooth (called a pontic).

A resin-bonded bridge requires less preparation of adjacent teeth. It is often used to replace front teeth, provided that the gums are healthy and the surrounding teeth do not have extensive dental fillings.

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