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How Technology Changed Clinical Dentistry

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How Technology Changed Clinical Dentistry for the Better

Clinical Dentistry patients It is no surprise some people have certain phobias associated with visiting a dentist. One of the biggest concerns patients have about seeing a dentist, especially in the 20th century, is the use of what seemed like outdated procedures and tools, making dental visits painful and uncomfortable.

Fortunately, there have been some big changes in clinical and cosmetic dentistry that should make you less uncomfortable in the dental chair. Clinical dentistry simply means: the analysis and implementation of dental practices that are performed on a patient’s teeth and gums. In other words, your dentist practices clinical dentistry.

Some of the most significant changes to clinical dentistry are the development of new digital technology such as CEREC and CBCTs. The new technology is advantageous for many reasons, but most importantly, it makes dental implants and other practices more efficient.

New Technological Changes

bigstock-Portrait-of-a-beautiful-couple-38694313If you’ve had crowns implemented in the past or are considering getting the procedure done, then you’ve probably heard that it takes multiple visits to fully complete the procedure.

Today, CERECs are changing the face of clinical dentistry and the length of time it takes to complete procedures such as implants and crowns. CERECS, which stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, is the latest method for shortening and improving a patient’s dental procedure.

There is also CBCT technology that stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography. These improved ways of performing dental procedures is part of the CAD dentistry.

CAD, which stands for Computer Aided Design, utilizes the newest technology to create dental restorations such as crowns, veneers, bridges, dental implants, inlays, onlays, and dentures.

Dental Implants with CEREC and CBCT Technology

anti aging 2Getting dental implants significant dental procedure for several reasons. Most significantly, dental implants often replace a missing tooth, thereby enabling you to chew better and to avoid the embarrassment of a missing tooth.

These days, some of the latest dental offices are performing dental implants with CEREC and CBCT technology.

With CEREC and CBCT technology, you can get custom made implant and have the implant set in place all during the same visit. This is a dramatic improvement from the alternative option, which is to go through a procedure that takes weeks to complete.

CEREC and CBCT implants are made with the usual materials and are just as durable as their non-CEREC counterparts. In terms of differences, many claim that the CEREC implants look more natural resulting from the computerized technology that matches the implant to your teeth.

To ensure that your implant looks nearly identical to your previous tooth, the dentist uses an infrared camera to take an image of your damaged tooth. Once the machine receives the image, the technology will copy the tooth in its perfect version and replicate the tooth right there.

With this procedure, you’ll be able to avoid the time-consuming process of taking molds with impression trays and waiting for a lab to send the results back with a new tooth. Overall, your next visit to the dentist doesn’t need to be painful and prolonged. You can get the implants you need done on the same day, all because of CEREC and CBCT technology. For more information about implant dentistry please contact us.

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