Jul 06, 2017

One Visit Dentistry!

Esthetic ceramic crowns or partial crowns in a single visit. Ask Family Dental Care™ about CEREC®.


This new technology is in your neighborhood! Family Dental Care™ offers the availability of tooth-colored fillings and crowns, formed to exact tooth dimensions in a single office visit. The new approach to tooth restoration is made possible by innovative CEREC® CAD/CAM technology that designs and mills a custom ceramic restoration in less than 10 minutes. It means that in just 2 hours you can have a crown! There are no temporaries and no need for a second visit. It’s a precise fit.

No unpleasant impression material

Say goodbye to biting on impression material for several minutes, having a numb mouth and jaw ache. Your dentist now has a camera that can do this for you in seconds and then transfer this to the computer.

No bothersome temporary crown

Temporary crowns are exactly what the name suggests: temporary. With CEREC®the final crown is inserted directly without any temporary compromises needed.

No follow-up appointment in most instances

CEREC® enables your dentist to insert esthetic ceramic crowns or partial crowns in a single session.

The advantage of this is that only one appointment is necessary, which means only one injection, and then you can deal with other things than visits to the dentist.

Long-term stability

More than just a theory: With CEREC® you can rely on quality that has been proven millions of times over in the practice. Furthermore, thanks to your new dental crown made by CEREC®, your smile will be just as lovely many years later as it is directly after receiving the crown.

Like a real tooth

  • Due to the translucency of ceramics, the dental crown looks like a real tooth.
  • In a ceramic dental crown, no dark edges are visible as is so often the case in conventional crowns.
  • Ceramic is very close to the hardness of the natural tooth, thus preventing wear of the tooth, which unfortunately so often occurs with other materials.
  • Ceramic is very well tolerated so allergic reactions are largely excluded. This is not the case with other methods and materials.
  • The CEREC® method is a gentle treatment for your teeth. Only the decayed tooth surface is removed. The remaining healthy tooth substance is preserved.

All-ceramic fillings

The esthetic alternative to gold, amalgam, and tooth-colored fillings.

All Ceramic Fillings

Before and After (shown above)

All-ceramic crowns

The most esthetic solution for treating severely destroyed individual teeth.

All-ceramic crowns

Before and After (shown above)

  • Conventional metal crowns are associated with other disadvantages than just inferior esthetic appearance. Gum irritation and impairment of taste or other sensations occur very frequently.
  • All-ceramic crowns not only allow the perfect restoration of individual teeth, they also give you renewed self-confidence.

All-ceramic veneers

The most esthetic solution for chipped or discolored anterior teeth.

All-ceramic veneers

Before and After (shown above)

All-ceramic veneers are ultra-thin, highly esthetic veneers that are placed directly onto the visible surfaces of natural teeth, mainly at the front of the mouth.

Optically, no difference can be detected between all-ceramic veneers and the adjacent natural teeth. You’ll see: Your entire appearance will improve dramatically.

  • Family Dental Care™, located at 2803 W. 95th Street in Evergreen Park (across from Little Company of Mary Hospital), staffs experienced and certified CEREC® dentists. For immediate assistance and more information, contact them at (708) 425-1134. Weekend and evening appointments are available for your convenience. The website for Family Dental Care™ iswww.FamilyDentalCare.com

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