Implantology is one of the biggest growth areas in a dental practice. The CEREC system is the ideal way for you as a dentist to keep many processes – and their added value – in your own practice. Regardless of whether you fit implants or also implant them yourself, CEREC supports you.
- Implant treatment in just one session with directly screw-retained crowns or custom abutments
- New materials for the production of temporary implant restorations
- Implanting with CEREC Guide 2, the fastest and most cost-effective way to create a surgical guide
CEREC Guide 2 for guided surgery
You can fabricate a surgical guide in less than an hour with CEREC using optical impressions and 3D X-ray scans with a Sirona X-ray machine. You can mill the surgical guide from a PMMA polymer block right in your practice on the CEREC MC XL Premium Package or CEREC MC X milling machine. You no longer need to create a model and fabricate an X-ray template with reference bodies. Thus CEREC Guide 2 is by far the fastest and most cost-effective way to produce a surgical guide.
Chairside treatment in just one session
You can design temporary or permanent custom abutments and implant (two-part) crowns or screw-retained (one-part) crowns and produce them on the milling machine chairside using the MC XL Practice Lab. The screw-retained crown can also be used as a gingiva shaper to form an individual emergence profile.
New materials for the production of temporary implant restorations
CEREC milling options offer you a wide selection of innovative, versatile materials – for both temporary and permanent restorations. These include inCoris ZI meso from Sirona, IPS e.max CAD and Telio CAD from Ivoclar Vivadent, and CAD Temp IS and ENAMIC IS from VITA.