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Crowns On The Day From €590 For Patients Near Deansgrange At Dublin18 Dental Care

At Dublin18 Dental Care, we understand that sometimes, time is of the essence and we are delighted to be able to offer our patients crowns on the day from €590. With amazing new technology, we can create same-day restorations without the need for impressions or temporary crowns.  There is no longer a waiting period of up to two weeks while your crown is sent off to the lab to be made; with the latest addition of Omni cam Cerec to our innovative technology in our practice, we can now make and fit your crown in just one visit! Watch your crown being milled while enjoying an espresso or a cup of tea in the comfort of our beautiful and stylish surroundings.

Why would I need a dental crown?

Dental crowns are a type of restoration, which are commonly used to strengthen broken and decayed teeth. Crowns are sometimes known as caps because they sit on top of your natural tooth. With Cerec, we are able to offer same-day crowns; usually, the process of making and fitting a crown takes two weeks because the crown has to be made in a laboratory. With Cerec, we have everything we need to make the crown on-site and this cuts treatment time dramatically and offers a host of other advantages for patients and dentists.

The benefits of Cerec

Cerec treatment is speedy, accurate and simple; with this technology, all the processes can be carried out in one place so we can design, make and fit your crown on a single day. This means no repeat appointments, no temporary restorations and no putty moulds.

Cerec treatment is more accurate than traditional techniques because state of the art computer technology is used to create precise templates for the new crown; your dentist can also get involved in the design stage and you can see what happens at every phase of treatment. To find out more, call us today!



We Are Delighted To Announce The Arrival Of Our Brand New Omni Cam Cerec Machine At Dublin18 Dental Care For Patients Near Dublin18

We are proud to invest in new technology to ensure our patients have access to the best dental services and treatments and we are delighted to announce the arrival of our new Cerec machine.

What is Cerec?

Cerec is an innovative form of technology, which enables us to offer a range of restorative services on-site. With Cerec, we are able to design, process and fit new, bespoke restorations in a single session, so you can enjoy your new crown or onlay straight away, rather than having to wait for it to be sent from a laboratory.

Cerec technology uses state of the art design and imaging software to process and convert images of the patient’s teeth into detailed 3D models, which are then sent to the on-site milling machine. This means no more conventional putty impressions for our patients for cosmetic dental procedures, no more temporary crowns or long waiting periods. We are also able to get more involved in the design process and we only need one session, which means fewer injections and less time in the dental chair.

Benefits of Cerec

The Cerec 3D omnicam scans the prepared tooth in just seconds, which eliminates the need for unpleasant silicone impressions which patients can find uncomfortable, especially those with sensitive gag reflexes.  Cerec restorations are milled out of a solid ceramic block in just a few minutes and they are then ready to be placed immediately. This eliminates the need for temporary fillings and crowns and means that you only need one visit.

We can use Cerec to create custom-made veneers, inlays, onlays and crowns and provide you with the very best restorations quickly.

Cerec- Crowns On The Day For Patients Near Bray

We pride ourselves on offering the last treatments to our client and we are delighted to be able to provide crowns in a day, thanks to the amazing Cerec technology.

What is Cerec?

Cerec digital technology allows us to offer same-day bespoke restorative treatment; this means that you can get custom-designed crowns, inlays and onlays in one day, rather than having to wait for your new restoration to be made in a laboratory. With Cerec, we can do all the designing and manufacturing on-site, so there is no need for temporary restorations and waiting around for 2 weeks.

What are the benefits of Cerec?

Cerec has many benefits for patients and dentists. The treatment process is very quick and we can design, manufacture and place the new restoration all on the same day. This process usually involves at least two appointments, which are usually 2 weeks apart. Less time in the dental chair and fewer appointments mean fewer injections, which is welcome news for most dental patients, especially those who suffer from dental anxiety and those with a phobia of needles.

Cerec also allows dentists and patients to get more involved in the design process, which contributes to a truly bespoke service. The process is also more accurate.

Why would I need a crown?

Crowns are restorations, which are used to make the teeth stronger; they are usually recommended when the tooth has been weakened as a result of decay, a large cavity or injury. It is also common for a new crown to be placed following root canal treatment and dental implant treatment. For more help and information on Cerec technology contact the team at Dublin18 Dental Care near Bray

Crowns On The Day At Dublin18 Dental Care Near Foxrock Village

Dental crowns are used for a number of different reasons; cracked or fractured teeth, tooth decay, and to steady a dental bridge. However, at Dublin18 Dental Care our crowns are different and we are proud to know that we are one of only 16 dental clinics in Ireland that use the innovative Cerec crown system.

What are Cerec crowns?

Cerec crowns are onsite created crowns, made using our innovative Cerec technology, which we keep within the practice. Cerec crowns do not require moulds and can be made on the very same day of your visit, without the need for temporary crowns while you wait for your permanent fixture.

How are Cerec crowns made?

Cerec crowns are made using digital impressions of your teeth, which we make using a 3D camera, rather than using messy moulds and impressions. This scan of your teeth is then fed straight into the computer, where it will be used to create your personalised crown, which will fit perfectly over your damaged tooth. The crown is then made onsite with our Cerec drilling machine, using only the highest quality materials to create a life-like crown to restore the health and appearance of your tooth or teeth. Once your crown has been made we bond it to your tooth to instantly rejuvenate the aesthetics and strength of your smile.

If you have suffered from tooth decay or have fractured or chipped a tooth we can provide swift treatment to help prevent further decay and erosion. Tooth decay can quickly spread to surrounding teeth, causing much pain and discomfort, but with a Cerec crown, we are able to halt the continuation of decay before it takes hold of your smile. Contact the team at Dublin18 Dental Care near Foxrock Village for more information.






Cerec Crowns While You Wait For Patients Near Ballsbridge

If you thought you had to wait 2 weeks for a new crown, think again! At Dublin18 Dental Care we have Cerec technology and can offer same-day crowns, saving you time and money.

We are one of few dental practices in Ireland to offer Cerec technology. Cerec allows us to design, fabricate and fit new, bespoke restorations on the same day, meaning that you do not need to worry about making multiple dental visits or wearing a temporary crown.

How does Cerec work?

Cerec technology is amazing! It enables us to eliminate the process of waiting for new restorations and speeds up the treatment process. Cerec technology uses computer software to generate sophisticated 3D images of the mouth, which are used to design the new crown; the instructions are then sent to the milling site and the new restoration is manufactured. It can then be fitted straight away, reducing treatment time by up to 2 weeks.

Cerec is beneficial for patients and dentists; dentists have greater control of the design process and the process is more accurate and patients get the treatment they need very quickly without the need for repeat sessions, temporary restorations or multiple injections.

What else can Cerec do?

Cerec can produce a range of bespoke restorations, including crowns, onlays, inlays and veneers. All the restorations we produce are made from the highest quality materials for durability and excellent aesthetics and they are all custom-made for the individual patient. For more information about our Cerec technology please contact the team at Dublin18 Dental Care near Ballsbridge.


Cerec Crowns For Patients Near Dalkley

Accidents can happen when you least expect it, but if you have a broken tooth, do not panic because at Dublin18 Dental Care we provide high quality, same-day crowns. We are one of just 16 dental practices in the whole of Ireland to use the amazing Cerec system, which enables us to produce bespoke crowns and other types of restoration on-site.

About Cerec

Cerec is an amazing form of technology, which enables us to design, make and fit bespoke crowns, inlays, veneers and onlays on the same day. Usually, patients have to wear temporary restorations for around 2 weeks while their permanent restoration is manufactured at a dental laboratory, but we are able to do everything on the same day. Cerec technology uses sophisticated imaging software to convert digital images into 3D models of the teeth. The images are sent to the milling machine and the restorations are manufactured; they are then ready to be fitted.

Cerec has a host of benefits for dentists and patients; the restorations are ready on the same day, there is no need for multiple dental visits or temporary restorations and the results of treatment are visible straight away.

Why would I need a dental crown?

Crowns are a type of restoration, which are used to strengthen the teeth. They help to prevent further damage to the tooth and make it stronger, so that you can eat and bite down on things without any problems. You may need a crown if your tooth is weak as a result of a large cavity or a large filling or damaged as a result of an accident, sports injury or trauma; crowns may also be placed after root canal treatment.

The procedure to fit a crown takes place in 2 stages; first, the tooth must be prepared, which involves removing any damaged or decayed tissue and cleaning the tooth thoroughly. When the tooth is ready, your dentist will take images of your tooth and then Cerec technology will be used to manufacture your bespoke crown; once the crown is ready, your dentist will fit it and check that you are happy with your new crown.

For more information on our Cerec technology please contact the team at Dublin18 Dental care near Dalkley.



Dental Crowns and their Uses for Patients Near Deansgrange

If a tooth becomes broken or damaged, it’s essential to have treatment to make sure the tooth is repaired in order to make sure it is not infected or lost altogether. A common way to support teeth which have become damaged is with dental crowns, also known as caps because they sit over the top of your tooth and then cover the whole tooth. Crowns thus help your tooth look more natural as well as strengthening them. Crowns can be made of several materials, from gold to a metal-and-porcelain composite. Types of crown used at Dublin18 Dental Care include porcelain crowns, useful for their strength and tooth-coloured appearance; Procera crowns, which are made of a very strong, long-lasting material; and the CEREC treatment, a high-tech and very fast procedure which means that the crown can be made and fitted in one visit.

What problems can crowns help with?

One of the most common reasons for a crown to be used is if the tooth has been damaged or decayed, and the patient cannot use the tooth as normal, and there is not enough of the tooth remaining to allow for a filling. Crowns may also be used in cases where there is not enough tooth left to use the composite bonding technique to ‘rebuild’ the tooth. Occasionally, you may choose a crown over a filling, as it offers more support and extra protection. After root canal treatment, it may also be necessary to use a crown to protect the tooth and allow it to heal fully – these are called ‘post’ or ‘core’ crowns. Excessive tooth-grinding or teeth being worn away by an unsuitable diet may also necessitate the use of crowns. Finally, you may choose to be fitted with crowns simply in order to improve your smile, as they fit over your teeth and so can create a more uniform, ‘natural’ looking smile.