CEREC is the affordable way to put a smile back on your face, and if you thought that Cosmetic Dentistry was too costly or too time consuming, call and schedule an appointment with your dentist who can determine if you are a good candidate for CEREC.

CEREC is the affordable way to add tooth colored CEREC crowns, close that gap between your two front teeth, or fix an annoying chip or crack. You can even ask your dentist to swap out your silver amalgam fillings for tooth colored ones.

Dr. Paul Shinto and his team of dentists in Pasadena are CEREC trained and certified and can transform your less than appealing smile into something that you can truly be proud of.

CEREC is probably one of the most researched dental procedures out there and has been around since 1985. CEREC makes it possible to both produce and integrate CEREC ceramic restorations in a single appointment. Unlike gold or silver amalgam crowns or fillings, CEREC ceramic is biocompatible and looks and feels like a natural tooth.

CEREC lasts much longer than gold inlays or crowns, and with a success rate of over 95.5 percent, may be the way to go if you need dental restorations. 

Thanks to the success of CEREC Crowns and other CEREC restorations, CEREC is now being used for Dental Implants. Since 2009, CEREC has been combined with 3-D X-ray technology along with the CAD/CAM planning used for CEREC. Based on the information and the integrated implantology, your dentist can create the implants using their own CEREC milling machine. Best of all, you can enjoy your chairside dental implants in just one dental appointment thanks to the CEREC restoration system.

If you would like more information regarding CEREC Crowns, CEREC Dental Implants or any other type of CEREC restorations, call and schedule an appointment with Dr. Paul Shinto and his team of CEREC experts. If you are a good candidate for CEREC Crowns or any other type of CEREC restorations, you really can have a new smile in one single appointment. Call or click and schedule your appointment today. 

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