CEREC Single-Visit Dentistry in Sammamish
Restore your smile in a single visit.
What Are Same-Day Crowns?
Dr. Asha Madhavan explains in our video.
Start Smiling Faster with CEREC
Have you been delaying restorative dental treatment because you do not have the time for multiple dental appointments? With CEREC, we can save you valuable time while delivering high-quality results.
What is CEREC?
The CEREC machineOpen link in the new window can craft your dental restoration in just one appointment. It uses digital scanning and 3D imaging to mill a block of porcelain into a beautiful tooth restoration right in our dental office in Sammamish.
Our CEREC machine can create the following restorations – in just one visit:
Why Choose CEREC Restorations?
You can start enjoying your beautiful smile in as little as two hours. Our restorations look natural, and no one will know you received dental work (that’s just between you and Dr. Madhavan).
What Can CEREC Create in Just One Visit?
- Dental Crowns
A dental crown is a protective covering of an entire tooth to help improve its shape, strength, and appearance.
- Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are smaller than dental crowns but larger than fillings. An inlay covers between the cusp of a tooth, while an onlay will cover over the cusp.
- Dental Bridges
Bridges can be used to replace missing teeth. It’s an artificial tooth suspended across the space left behind by missing teeth while being held in place by two crowns.
- Implant-Supported Dentures
We can place several dental implants to help stabilize your denture while creating your permanent restoration – all done in a single visit.
What to Expect During Your CEREC Appointment
- Step 1: Scanning After your consultation with Dr. Madhavan and it’s determined you’re a candidate for the single visit restorations, Dr. Madhavan will use the CEREC scanner to capture the area that needs to be treated.
- Step 2: Data Transfer The images from the CEREC scanner are transferred to a computer that creates a 3D image of your dental restoration.
- Step 3: Restoration Creation The computer transfers that image to the milling machine, where it creates the restoration from a block of porcelain.
- Step 4: Placement The finished restoration is placed in your mouth, and you can walk out of the office with a gorgeous smile.