CEREC oral health fixtures are made of natural porcelain materials that are completely compatible with the human body, at the same time as sharing a lot of qualities like appearance and feel with healthy tooth enamel.
Ceramic materials are very strong and can endure routine chewing and grinding of provisions and is not especially affected by hot and cold stimuli. Additionally, with porcelain, there is no taste of metallic substances and clients will not suffer the pain of any electrical conductivity created by encompassing metals on the teeth. Also, the glossy face of the ceramic repels microorganisms.
A CEREC dental fixture is created from tooth-coloured ceramic materials that give a surprisingly organic look. The porcelain materials adapt very well with the tissues in the oral cavity and are both impervious to plaque and are anti-abrasive. CEREC tooth restorations permit the oral health care professional to be extremely precise while using more enamel of your natural teeth and might be used for inlay and onlay fillings, in addition to veneers and crowns.
How exactly does the CEREC apparatus work?
To begin with, an oral health professional will smear a light coating of tooth-coloured reflective powder on the tooth's shell to be utilized in conjunction with a special camera, which takes photos of your damaged teeth. The photo taken is a pin-sharp optical impression that allows the oral health care provider to fabricate a computer-aided tooth fixture. A full colour monitor permits the client to inspect the design of the fixture as it is being fabricated.
Then the CEREC apparatus builds a really exact tooth fixture. Opening with a solid chunk of porcelain material, a rotating high-speed diamond bur and a disk work to mill the dental fixture. The final creation is then ready to be cemented to the tooth with adhesives.
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