My Johns Creek Dentist
Family and Cosmetic Dental Care’s CEREC Technology Accelerates Dental Restorations in Suwanee, GA
For individuals with cracked, decaying or damaged teeth, your smile could easily be at risk for infection, accelerated decay, misalignment and further damage. It’s also not uncommon for these issues to cause apprehension and difficulty when smiling, eating, speaking and caring for your teeth on a daily basis. Solutions in the form of crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers are all available from Suwanee, GA general dentist, Dr. Mitul Patel. Now patients can benefit from all of these restorative options faster than ever, thanks to the use of CEREC (http://www.myjohnscreekdentist.com/
CEREC creates full crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers in just minutes through computer aided design (CAD/CAM) technology. While CEREC has been a trusted dental resource for a number of years, more patients, including those at My Johns Creek Dentist, are discovering how this technology can preserve and improve their smiles, all the while saving them cost and time.
The CEREC machine is able to complete a number of procedural steps needed for the prepping, creation and fitting of crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays. While multiple appointments, material impressions and laboratory fabrications were once commonly required to create a custom dental restorative, CEREC completes the process in as little as an hour. Besides an accelerated experience, Dr. Mitul Patel is able to provide Suwanee, GA patients with higher quality crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays, as CEREC restoratives are milled using compressed porcelain rather than layered porcelain. This provides patients with stronger and longer lasting restoratives.
Procedures completed with CEREC begin with the removal of any tooth decay that may be present at the tooth restoration site. Once all tartar, plaque and decay have been cleared, Dr. Patel will prep and shape the site to create a secure fit for your eventual restorative, as the prepped site will be scanned to create a digital 3D image. The resulting image or images serve as the foundation plan for your crown, veneer or other restorative. The CEREC milling process can then begin—soon producing a new ready-for-placement crown, inlay, onlay or veneer in about fifteen minutes.
For patients throughout Suwanee, GA and surrounding neighborhoods, Dr. Mitul Patel at Family and Cosmetic Dental Care, My Johns Creek Dentist, invites you to discover how CEREC technology can give you a more complete, healthy and beautiful smile.
For more information about CEREC in Suwanee, GA, visit http://www.myjohnscreekdentist.com or call 678-648-1393 to make an appointment with Dr. Mitul Patel at Family and Cosmetic Dental Care.