Enabling dentists to produce indirect restorations in-office and reducing the need to send a dental impression to a laboratory for milling, the CEREC
CAD/CAM system allows dentists to provide their patients with restorations in a single appointment.
is comprised of an omnicam which features a LED light source, a medical grade computer and a milling machine, all located on site at Concerned Dental Care's Yonkers and Bronx locations.
1 software features a patent-pending guided scanning process and connects the CEREC
world with Invisalign treatment by allowing seamless digital impression submission.
We are delighted to offer CEREC
Omnicam customers the ability to submit digital impressions to the Invisalign system.
is an acronym for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics.
On September 19, 1985, the first chairside ceramic inlay restoration was placed at the University of Zurich Dental School with the CEREC
1 CAD/CAM system (Sirona Dental Systems, Charlotte, NC).
technology allows dentists to create natural looking and durable fillings, crowns, and veneers using biocompatible ceramic materials.
is an acronym for "chairside," "economical," "restorations," "esthetics" and "ceramic.
As compared to the CEREC
, only a light spraying is needed because the C.
The new version also features updated CAD/CAM presentations to include the new CEREC
AC powered by Bluecam.
They offer CEREC
(Beautiful Same Day Crowns), Cosmetic dentistry, High Tech Dental Care, Implant Dentistry, Invisalign, Same Day Smiles, Teeth Whitening in 20 minutes, Soft Tissue Laser Therapy, Oral Sedation Dentistry in San Diego and more.
Another huge technological advance is the use of the CEREC