CADCAM - CEREC:
Imagine you could offer your patients restorations in one visit- with all common materials. What if you could also offer implant and orthodontic services? What opportunities would you open up for your practice? Efficiency, greater value creation and safety: CEREC makes exactly this possible. For your patients, CEREC – no matter what material - stands for speed and a comfortable treatment without a conventional impression, annoying provisional and with only one injection. A win-win situation: you will meet the highest demands and your patients get the best treatment.
CEREC Materials: All-ceramic restorations fabricated on Dentsply Sirona’s CEREC systems have proved themselves millions of times in clinical practice. To fulfill the highest standards in terms of quality and machinability we are continuously developing high-performance materials and accessories which are tailored to our design software and our CEREC milling and grinding units.
CEREC Materials: The partially sintered inCoris ZI blocks are designed for the fabrication of crown copings as well as anterior/posterior bridge frameworks with up to two pontics. The frameworks are initially milled to an excess size. After they have been sintered, they acquire the desired characteristics (precise dimensions, density, strength, shade).
CEREC Materials: inCoris TZI allows CEREC users with Premium Software to fabricate anatomically sized crowns and bridges with up to nine units. Thanks to its high degree of translucency, inCoris TZI does not require any additional veneering, and thus offers a cost-effective and more aesthetic alternative to non-veneered and partially veneered metal restorations.
CEREC Materials: InCoris CC is a sintered metal based on a CoCr alloy, which, as in the known process of the zirconium oxide, is first of all sharpened and then densely sintered in an oven (inFire HTC speed) under an argon atmosphere. By eliminating the time-consuming and complex modeling, casting and brittle steps, InCoris CC is a fast and easy way to provide your patients with high-quality NPM restorations.
CEREC Materials: The blocks consist of an inner core of highly chromatic dentin covered by a translucent layer of enamel. The dentin cores are modeled after the shape of dentin in natural teeth. The outer shape of the tooth is determined by the biogeneric data in the software. An algorithm integrated in the software aids for the right positioning of the restoration in the block, so that the exact tooth color selected by the user is achieved and an aesthetically pleasing is possible.
CEREC Material: CEREC Blocs C are optimized for use for inlays, partial crowns, and veneers. CEREC Blocs C guarantee a very good color integration into the residual tooth tissue of restorations and also have a clinical survival rate of 90% after 10 years.
Sintering & Glazing with CEREC: CEREC SpeedFire is the smallest and fastest sintering furnace on the market and can typically sinter a crown in 10 to 15 minutes. The advantages of full-contour zirconia can thus also be used for chairside treatment. If required, a glaze can be applied with the CEREC SpeedGlaze that can be fired in just a few minutes in the CEREC SpeedFire.
Treatment Centers: A computer-aided training system for simplified learning Future dental practitioners need to be trained well in the accomplishment of preparations. Yet, given the increasing number of students and fewer members of staff, less and less time is available to discuss students’ work.
Design with CEREC: Outstanding restoration proposals and easy operation Fast and easy designs with the CEREC Software: Thanks to its clear and visually appealing operation, the CEREC Software guarantees intuitive use from the very beginning. Its intelligent automation enables a fast, effortless process. A particular highlight of the CEREC Software is its analysis of the whole scan when calculating the initial proposal, which guarantees highly-esthetical, individual restoration proposals.