WICHITA, KS, January 10, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Like the saying goes-out with the old, and in with the new. While many people believe that old things are sturdier and work better than things in the present, it is safe to say advanced dental technology trumps many traditional tools. With the expedient lifestyle many people lead, it's harder to find time to schedule and keep appointments, specifically health checkups. When you need to see your dentist, well, you need to see your dentist-as soon as possible. You can't put off a dental issue because it will only get worse. But that's easier said than done because time is a hard thing to come by when you have a job, family and friends to occupy your hours and minutes.
Many dentists, like Ted Mason, Wichita cosmetic dentist, are dedicating much of their time and effort to learning and utilizing state-of-the-art technology in their dental practices. At Ted Mason's Wichita dentist office, one technology that is very advantageous for patients is the Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, formally known as CEREC.
CEREC is a piece of equipment that opens the door for many cosmetic procedures, mainly crowns. If you have a chipped, discolored or a weak tooth, you might consider a crown to offer sturdy structure for your tooth. Plus, a CEREC crown offers a natural, esthetic appeal, hence the "esthetic ceramics" in the name CEREC. Nowadays, ceramic dental materials produce a better shine and match the natural tooth, while being biocompatible, anti-abrasive and plaque resistant. To start the process, Dr. Mason only needs to take an optical impression of your affected tooth and display it on a computer screen for Dr. Mason to use computer aided design technology (CAD) to create the crown's design. Afterwards, the design is completed with computer aided manufacturing (CAM).
"As you can see, the functions of CEREC are quite beneficial to our patients time in the dental chair. While we enjoy the time with our patients, we don't want to keep them for any longer than necessary. CEREC makes it possible for a patient to receive optimal results at a fraction of the time of a regular cosmetic treatment, such as a crown placement or onlays/inlays," explains Dr. Mason, Wichita cosmetic dentist.
To discuss a dental treatment that uses CEREC technology, call (316) 685-5321 or submit an appointment request via the website at www.masonandmasondentistry.com
. Sit back, relax and let CEREC get you in and out of the dentist office in just one appointment!Media Contact:
Dr. Ted Mason
201 South Towne East Mall Drive
Wichita, KS 67207
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