CEREC One-Appointment Crowns, saves you time!
DO YOU NEED A DENTAL CROWN? Crowns are an integral part of many dental restoration treatments including implants, root canals, or simply covering and strengthening a tooth that’s damaged by trauma or decay. Before Now, Placing A Crown Took At Least Three Steps First, you needed an appointment to prepare the tooth, make the impression, and place the temporary crown. Second, you needed to wait (possibly two weeks) while your permanent crown was milled at a dental lab, then sent back to us. Third, you needed a SECOND appointment for us to remove the temporary and place your permanent crown. Now, Our Practice Uses CEREC! CEREC is amazing 3-D printer technology we have here in our office that allows us to mill your new, custom, perfectly crafted permanent crown during ONE VISIT. No need to take more time off work, no temporary crown, and no chance that you may need to be numbed twice. Awesome, right? We Use The Latest Technologies To Save YOU Time & Hassle Here at Brent Bradford a Dentsit in Syracuse, NY we make it a priority to provide you—our valued patients and friends—with the best experience possible. One of the ways we achieve that is by keeping ourselves on the leading edge.
Question 1: What response have you had from patients regarding CEREC crowns? The best response is: A lot less chair time and time spent at the dental office. We don't need to deal with a tempoprary crown for 2 weeks or have to come back.
Question 2: What made you decide to provide CEREC for your patients? Dentistry is all bout modern technology. To provide the latest technology, that is fast and efficient with outstanding results, is worth it!
Let us know if you have any questions about our CEREC technology. And, if you know someone who may be interested in one-visit dental crowns as well, thanks in advance for passing this message along! Thank you for being a valued part of our practice! We welcome new patients.
Here is a quick video about Cerec Technology!
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