By means of these clinical cases, your colleagues demonstrate the wide range of indications applicable for CEREC – from single-visit restorations to highly esthetic challenges and comprehensive oral rehabilitation.
Be inspired and experience how this sophisticated and smart technology can support you in your work to make the treatment experience for your patients better, safer and faster.
First upper molar had been restored with an extensive yet insufficient composite filling that already showed visible fractures.
Chairside-fabricated restoration made from an advanced lithium disilicate ceramic, CEREC Tessera.
Fractured ceramic restoration made from a leucite-reinforced glass-ceramic after a clinical service time of 12 years.
Chairside-fabricated restoration made from an advanced lithium-disilicate ceramic CEREC Tessera.
A large carious mesial lesion on tooth 15. The tooth showed asymptomatic apical periodontitis and a significant loss of tooth structure.
Chairside-fabricated restoration made of CEREC MTL Zirconia designed using the Biogeneric individual function in the CEREC Software.
Insufficient fillings in the second quadrant. The restorations were about 15 years old.
Chairside-fabricated crowns made from CEREC Tessera (teeth 26/27). Inlays for teeth 24 and 25 made of composite blocks.
Tooth 25 had mesial and distal marginal decay and broken porcelain on the existing PFM.
The crown on tooth 25 was remade to be brought more in line facially and incisally with the arch.
Large insufficiency of the composite filling on tooth 16 with distal marginal ridge cracks, a lingual wall crack and distal recurrent decay.
Highly esthetic full-surface glass-ceramic crown.
Tooth 26 presenting decay and a failing direct composite restoration.
Highly esthetic and functional lithium disilicate ceramic crown.
Discoloured tooth 45 as consequence of a previous root canal treatment.
Translucent zirconia crown with individualized finishing.
Fractured metal-ceramic crown on tooth 14, which had previously been treated endodontically.
Translucent full zirconia crown for an esthetic result with maximum resistance and retention shape.
Inadequate fillings on teeth 12-22, an uneven gingival line on 12 and 11 and incisal edges severely eroded.
Four highly esthetic and individualized lithium disilicate ceramic crowns.
Patient, dissatisfied with her smile due to tooth discoloration.
Ten highly esthetic single crowns, individualized with stains.
Absence of teeth 12 and 22 due to dental agenesis and bone loss caused by the first poorly placed implants posed a challenge for restorations in the anterior region.
Highly esthetic single-tooth restorations with implants and chairside fabricated anterior crowns.
Absence of tooth 15 due to a longitudinal fracture. Patient wanted to close the resulting tooth gap.
A high-quality glass-ceramic crown providing a highly esthetic and long-term stable restoration.
Tooth 24 with horizontal root fracture and peripheral infection.
Preservation of esthetics and the natural soft tissue contour.