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Dental Implants


Dental implant technology includes remarkable procedures that can replace missing teeth with the look and feel of your own natural teeth. A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that replaces the original tooth root that may have been damaged or lost to various dental conditions. Because the implant is permanently anchored to the jaw, and the replacement tooth or bridge is permanently attached to the implant, the new tooth or bridge does not rely on neighboring teeth for support. It is just like having your own tooth back.

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to rid yourself of your partial or denture, you owe it to yourself to learn more about dental implants. With modern implant technology almost anyone who is missing a tooth/teeth or is wearing removable teeth dentures) is a candidate for dental implants. Like most medical procedures, candidates should be in good health, but we find that we are able to help almost everyone.



CEREC AND GALILEOS 3D IMAGING

GALILEOS 3D imaging reveals vital information such as bone structure and nerve canal location to help identify the problem and plan the ideal implant positioning and placement. CEREC AC is used to design the tooth and then the CEREC Milling Unit is used to make the tooth. From the initial diagnosis to the definitive treatment of implants, the reliable diagnostics of CEREC and GALILEOS set new standards in modern implantology.


GALILEOS 3D IMAGING

GALILEOS 3D IMAGING

GALILEOS collects full-color 3D facial images during the x-ray exposure. In contrast to many other 3D facial imagers, GALILEOS operates without the use of lasers, eliminating patient risk.


CEREC AC ACQUISITION UNIT

CEREC AC ACQUISITION UNIT

 



CEREC MILLING UNIT


CEREC MILLING UNIT


The CEREC milling unit

Chairside restorations created with textbook precision.

The sophisticated CEREC milling unit control system ensures the gentlest possible machining with the utmost precision. Prior to the milling process, the software monitors and automatically measures and compensates for any tool wear.

 
 

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