Single Crown (CAD/CAM)

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closeup of a tooth crown When a tooth's structure is compromised, a crown rebuilds it. A crown is usually made of ceramic or a composite material.
a tooth scanned by a scanner With a CAD/CAM crown, your dentist uses 3-D scanning technology to aid in designing the restoration. This makes it possible for your dentist to complete your crown in a single appointment.
a tooth with a tooth over it First, your tooth is prepared to make room for the crown.
a tooth with a scanner over it The prepared tooth is scanned, and the crown is made in your dentist's office while you wait.
a crown over a set of teeth Once the crown is ready, your dentist will make final adjustments and cement it into place.
a clean set of bottom teeth Your tooth is restored to optimal shape and function.
 
 
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