Hunt Valley Cerec Crowns

We are pleased to offer the advanced technology of CEREC in our practice. This innovative system allows us to provide beautiful ceramic inlays, onlays, and crowns in a single visit to our office. CEREC utilizes the advanced technology of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM) software and equipment to give us the ability to design and create lovely precision restorations.

The ceramics used with the CEREC system have similar properties to tooth enamel, and can last a lifetime. This technology has revolutionized restorative treatments; we can design and mill the restoration in as little as 20 minutes. Patients love having the ability to complete their treatment in a single visit, and we love offering the ultimate in quality and convenience to our patients.

If you are looking to have dental restorations completed quickly and efficiently, consider calling Dr. Rhodes at Hunt Valley Dental today to schedule a consultation appointment and learn the benefits of crowns and onlays created with the state-of-the-art CEREC process.

CEREC Same-day crowns at Hunt Valley Dental - Dr. Tom Rhodes

CEREC Same-day crowns at Hunt Valley Dental - Dr. Tom Rhodes
What are CEREC crowns? How can a dental crown make your smile look perfect? Watch this video by Dr. Tom Rhodes from Hunt Valley Dental to know all about dental crowns.

What is CEREC?

Hi, this is Dr. Tom Rhodes from Hunt Valley Dental. We serve Northern Baltimore County and The Greater Baltimore area.

Today I am speaking about crowns in a day. This is the name that we use for a procedure using the CEREC system.

CEREC is a brand name. It allows us to digitally scan your tooth’s shape and fabricate a crown here in the office so that you don’t have to leave with a temporary crown.

What are the benefits of CEREC same-day crowns?

Traditionally we have people wear the temporary crown for several weeks. The temporary crowns were notorious for coming off and having to be recemented.

Then you’d have to come back and be anesthetized the second time to get the crown on your tooth.

Now we can prepare the tooth, scan the shape of the tooth into the computer, and the computer helps us to design the crown.

Then we take a solid block of porcelain and mill the crown while you are here in the office. This allows us to give you a cemented permanent crown at that same visit.

Please feel free to contact us if you need further information.