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CERamic REConstruction is a treatment procedure by which crowns, inlays, onlays and bridges are constructed using a computerized workflow.

This permits the construction of high-quality restorations in a very short time, usually within a few hours.

Dr Schärfler

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The CEREC system is built on 3 pillars:

  • 3D-Scan

    A scan of the jaw is acquired using a 3D camera. This means that none of the conventional methods of impression-taking are necessary, therefore the uncomfortable urge to gag is avoided as no material is placed in the mouth.
    The acquired data in then further processed. The inlays, onlays and crowns are either constructed directly in the practice, or in more complicated cases in the lab.
    Furthermore, we can superimpose the data obtained in our practice onto 3D radiographs of the patient’s mouths to design implants with the highest precision.

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  • Software

    A scan of the jaw is acquired using a 3D camera. This means that none of the conventional methods of impression-taking are necessary, therefore the uncomfortable urge to gag is avoided as no material is placed in the mouth. The acquired data in then further processed. The inlays, onlays and crowns are either constructed directly in the practice, or in more complicated cases in the lab. Furthermore, we can superimpose the data obtained in our practice onto 3D radiographs of the patient’s mouths to design implants with the highest precision.

  • Precision milling - grinding unit

    The crowns, inlays or onlays are all ground in the practice from an industrially prepared ceramic block using a precision mill. This lasts 15–20 minutes. Afterwards, the probe is placed in the mouth and the dentist makes the finishing touches, including fine-tuning of the color, polishing and glazing.

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