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CEREC Chairside Solutions
CEREC can do more than restorations
Many millions of CEREC restorations have been successfully performed worldwide over the past 30 years, allowing dentists to offer their patients the best treatment experiences and outcomes. CEREC's treatment spectrum is now expanded to three treatment areas: restorations, implant dentistry and orthodontics.
CEREC Software 4.4
The CEREC system offers the greatest variety of indications and materials on the market. You can choose between grinding and milling for the optimal process for your desired materials. CEREC's three milling units produce absolutely precise results in a few minutes. You will have sturdy, reliable restorations that meet the highest esthetic standards.more about CEREC Software 4.4
Grinding and milling with CEREC
The CEREC system offers the greatest selection of indications and materials on the market. To find the optimal process for the required materials, you can choose between grinding and milling. The three CEREC milling units provide absolutely precise results in just a few minutes - meaning durable, safe restorations which meet the highest standards of aesthetics at the same time.
CEREC variants – perfectly matched to your needs
CEREC is now available with CEREC Omnicam in several models: The compact, proven and mobile scanning unit, the CEREC AC (acquisition center), or as a "flexible tabletop unit," the CEREC AF (acquisition flex).more about CEREC variations
Provide chairside implants in just one session!
Because you can make a digital impressions, you can provide your patients with customized abutments with crowns or screw-retained crowns chairside in just one session. You have the most modern materials available for temporary and permanent restorations. Customized solutions meet the highest standards for clinical safety and natural appearance. The wider range of indications adds value to your practice.
Well planned and produced right in your practice – with CEREC Guide 2. This drilling guide indicates direction and drilling depth according to the implant plan to support the dentist during insertion. The CEREC Guide 2 is therefore ideal especially for pilot drilling (also with a depth stop).
Orthodontics goes digital – with CEREC
Impressions and physical models are an essential part of orthodontics. CEREC replaces the conventional impression process, which is unpleasant for the patient, and accelerates impression taking with digital impressions made using the smallest, powder-free intraoral video camera on the market – the CEREC Omnicam.
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