Inlay (CAD/CAM)

A CAD/CAM Inlay acts as a more durable and natural-looking alternative that will last longer than a large filling because of its expertly crafted shape thanks to 3D imagery.


Filling Versus Crown (CAD/CAM)

After a tooth has started to decay, your doctor will present your options for restoring your tooth’s structure; two options for repairing your tooth are filing, which is more appropriate for smaller filings, and crowns, which are more durable but also more expensive.


Clear Aligner Technology (CAD/CAM)

Clear Aligner Technologies can create a personalized, straighter smile by gradually adjusting your teeth’s alignment over time with a series of clear trays.


Bridge (CAD/CAM)

A personalized, uniquely constructed CAD/CAM Bridge, thanks to 3D imagery, not only acts as a tooth replacement but also as an anchor for your new implant by securing the space left by the missing tooth and ensuring the support rom surrounding teeth.


Veneers (CAD/CAM)

CAD/CAM Veneers can improve the function, appearance and shape of any chipped, discolored or rotated teeth by covering the front surface of the affected teeth perfectly by using 3D technologies.


Single Crown (CAD/CAM)

A CAD/CAM crown, normally made out of ceramic or a composite material, can be constructed in one appointment with 3D imagining, so you can leave with a personalized crown after just one visit.


Onlay (CAD/CAM)

By imaging your tooth in 3D, your dentist can create a CAD/CAM Onlay that can replace one or more damaged cusps so that your tooth can return back to its optimal shape and function.