Crown in one day Cerec Poland

I need a crown and I will be in Krakow for just 2 days. Is there a solution? The answer is caps and bridges in one day using the Cerec system.
I need a crown and I will be in Krakow for just 2 days. Is there a solution? The answer is caps and bridges in one day using the Cerec system.

Crown in one day Cerec Poland

Crown in one day Cerec Poland

In the Implantis clinic, thanks to computer-aided dental prosthetics, you can have a cap or bridge made during just two visits to the dentist in 1–3 days (this time depends on the number of caps, the length of the bridge and the condition of the teeth on which the prosthetic work will be mounted). Saving time is not the only advantage of using the Cerec system. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), i.e. the CAD/CAM system, is a technology that is still being developed and improved. At Implantis in Krakow, this system can only be used to make fixed crowns (cemented or screwed): caps (including implants), bridges, veneers, inlays and onlays, and implant connectors.

This technology can be used for making Emax porcelain crowns, Empres or Zirconia during one short stay in Poland.

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 How does the production of prosthetics in the Cerec system work?

In the CAD/CAM technique, the dentist places a scanner into the patient’s mouth and takes a series of photos of the area requiring tooth restoration, i.e. the adjacent teeth and those on the opposing dental arch, thereby obtaining a three-dimensional image of the patient’s occlusion. Downloading a scan takes 2–3 minutes.

The dentist inputs additional information into the software program: marks the outline of the crown on a virtual model, the angle of the input, its alignment with the adjacent teeth and so on. Based on this information, the computer makes a three-dimensional model of the restoration. The project is refined by the dentist, while the computer indicates all the inaccuracies and corrects possible mistakes. The finished project, fitted in the precinct virtual block, is sent to the milling machine. The dentist selects a block of suitable material and the correct colour and then places it in a milling machine, which in a short time cuts and polishes the cap. Finally, the cap is fixed into the patient’s jaw.

 

Are the materials used to produce Cerec crowns durable and of the best quality?
Are the materials used to produce Cerec crowns durable and of the best quality?

Crown in one day Cerec Poland

The dentist who designs the restoration using digital technology has a choice of many more types of media than in traditional techniques. Now there are such that can only be used with computer technology, says Tomasz Bobek from Implantis surgery in Krakow. The blocks from which the Cerec milling machine cuts the restorations are produced on an industrial scale in optimal conditions. These materials are more durable, which ensures greater stability of these caps compared to the traditional manual technique.

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What are the differences between a computer-projected porcelain crown and a traditional metal-veneered porcelain crown?

In the traditional technique, an impression of the teeth was first taken to obtain a negative of the patient’s occlusion, which provided the basis for a laboratory-made plaster cast that, in turn, was used to model the base-metal cap onto which a porcelain layer was added. This was a multi-stage process that required team work and time. At each stage, human error was possible. All it took was for a technician to add too much water when making a plaster cast, or the water to be too hot, to make the cast less accurate. In addition, gypsum shrinks during drying, so the restorations drawn up from plaster casts fit less accurately.

Digital design lets you bypass the stage of preparing a plaster model of the dental arc and significantly reduces the time of prostheses preparation in the laboratory, eliminating the need to provide the patient with temporary restorations. Therefore, computer technology has two important advantages for the patient: it saves time and allows high accuracy to match the restoration. If the cap does not require additional colour correction, and the necessary firing in the kiln, the procedure can be performed even during a single session.

Crown in one day Cerec Poland

 

 

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