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Cerec veneers

The dental veneers may be made at a dental laboratory; or increasingly dental practices are investing in CAM/CAD in-house ceramic studios (CEREC), which can custom-produce high-quality ceramic veneers on-site in as little as nine minutes. This CEREC technology enables the dental practice to offer single-visit, same-day ceramic veneers which can be fitted within an hour.

 
Whichever method is used, your dentist will first prepare your tooth or teeth. Your dentist will use a “burr”, which removes a thin layer (the same thickness as the veneer to be fitted) of the shiny outer enamel surface of the tooth. This roughens the surface so that the cement will form a strong bond to hold the veneer in place.  A local anaesthetic may be used but this is often not necessary.
 
Once the tooth is prepared, if the veneers are to be made at a dental laboratory, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth to be sent to the laboratory, together with information on the required colour and shade.  Your second appointment will be arranged for two to four weeks’ time, when your dentist will fit the veneers in place to check that they are exactly right, before cementing or bonding them in place.
 
If your dentist uses the CEREC technique then instead taking manual impressions of your teeth, a digital impression is taken using a special camera. The CEREC CAD/CAM system is then used to design and make the veneers while you wait for immediate fitting.
 

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