CEREC Primescan®

CEREC® Dental Services

Sun City West dentist Dr. Mathew Harmon with his CEREC equipment

We are proud to be the top local dentist in the Sun City West and Surprise, AZ, area offering CEREC single-visit tooth restoration. 

CEREC Technology: What Is That?

CEREC is a revolutionary dental technology for restoring damaged teeth. This type of dental restoration can be completed in a single visit to your Sun City West dentist’s office. The tooth restoration will help your teeth feel stronger and look beautiful. The restoration is metal-free, and the high-grade ceramic material is compatible with the natural tissue found in your mouth.

What Is The CEREC Process?

During your appointment, you and Dr. Harmon, DMD, will discuss the details of the dental procedure, and he will answer any questions you might have. Once the tooth is prepared, Dr. Harmon, DMD, will create a 3D image of your tooth using a professional imaging camera. Using CEREC's custom software, your Sun City West dentist will personally design the restoration based on the required functions of your tooth. CEREC will then use diamond burs to design a new tooth from a piece of ceramic. After completion, Dr. Harmon, DMD, will use his state-of-the-art dental technology to bond the ceramic restoration to your tooth.

CEREC same day crowns equipment in Sun City WestWhy Should I Choose CEREC?

There are many advantages of using CEREC over traditional dental crown technology.

Time: CEREC crowns are made and placed the same day as your visit to our Sun City West dental practice. This will minimize your time spent in the dentist’s office and away from your job and family.

Comfort: Temporary crowns might be uncomfortable. With CEREC, temporary crowns are not used.

Aesthetics: CEREC uses only strong, tooth-colored ceramic materials while helping to restore your teeth.

Strength: Milled ceramic is stronger than the traditional method of layering and pressing, so your smile will stay beautiful.

Fillings: CEREC material and technology is also available to be used to create stronger, more durable dental fillings.