Why printed 3D teeth are a dental future - National Dental Care

You don’t have to wait weeks to fix a broken tooth. Today’s technology means dentists can print 3D teeth for fast smile fixes.

National Dental Care specialists can provide teeth custom-made for your mouth through the marvels of technology. Crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers can be produced in the space of one appointment.

How 3D teeth are made for you

Now dentists’ high-tech computers and printers can design and create the very replacement pieces for your teeth.

Ceramic Reconstruction or CEREC uses computer-aided design and manufacturing so dentists can build a crown on-site and fit it in your mouth in the same day.

CEREC relies on a small machine to create 3D teeth, inlays, onlays, crowns, and veneers after taking a 3D scan of your mouth and teeth, using this information to replace the damaged tooth structure.

Implants with CEREC

Titanium metal anchors are attached to the jaw to replace the natural roots of a tooth and bond to the bone to form a stable foundation.  Permanent replacement 3D teeth that look and feel like the real natural organic teeth are fitted to the anchors.

Your implant is stronger and less prone to disease and infection.

The future of 3D teeth

The future promises even more advancements in the field of implantology, with all of this occurring in-office with same-day service.

There’s even the possibility of developed and printed biomaterials, where implants can offer greater compatibility with bone and gum tissue.

Head to your closest National Dental Care practice to find out what sort of technology is available to you, and discover how it can help you.

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