CEREC Same-Day Service
Before CEREC technology came around, getting veneers always took 2-3 appointments and required temporary veneers. Thanks to new techniques and technology, getting veneers is easier and quicker than ever.
CEREC veneers offering the following advantages.
- Highly accurate and comfortable digital 3D scan.
- We can preserve more of your natural tooth structure.
- Complete treatment in as little as one visit.
Your Personalized Treatment Plan
Before we get started we’d like to hear from you how and why you would like to improve your tooth or teeth. We want to ensure veneers are the best option for you and will help you achieve your smile goals. We may recommend a treatment plan before veneers are done, to ensure your gums are as healthy as possible and your veneers have a clean and healthy foundation.
Preparing Your Teeth
To make space for your veneer, a thin layer of enamel is removed from the front of your tooth. We numb the area before we start working and the amount of enamel removed is very minimal. Next, we will take a highly accurate digital scan of your treated tooth or teeth. No more messy impressions or huge trays in your mouth!
Creating and Placing Veneers
The 3D scan will be used to make a digital model of your veneers and they will be milled right on location in our CEREC machine. If you only have one or two veneers, this whole process can be completed in one appointment. Your new veneers will be permanently bonded to your teeth. With proper care, your new veneers will last ten years or longer.
Frequently Asked Questions
A porcelain veneer is a layer of porcelain placed over a tooth. Veneers strengthen and restore damaged teeth or improve the aesthetics of a smile.
Veneers are permanently bonded to your tooth and need the same care as your natural teeth. With regular brushing, flossing and check-ups, your veneers can last ten years or more.
It’s ultimately up to you to decide how many veneers you need. You may wish to get veneers just on the teeth which are most visible when you smile.
You must contact your insurance provider to find out if they will cover veneers. We can provide you with a quote for your provider after a consultation.
The length of the process depends on how many teeth need veneers and how complex your solution is. After a consultation, we will be able to tell you how long the process will take.