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Poughkeepsie Dentist Cerec crowns

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Call Dr. James Willoughby with all your questions regarding the CEREC system. It allows you to get a crown in about an hour. Dr. James Willoughby is a dentist in Poughkeepsie NY.

Call Dr. James Willoughby with all your questions regarding the CEREC system. It allows you to get a crown in about an hour. Dr. James Willoughby is a dentist in Poughkeepsie NY.


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  • 1. Dr. James Willoughby
    You Have Better Things to do with your Time.
  • 2. Do you have a tooth that is broken or severely decayed?
    If you do it will probably need a crown.
  • 3. What is a Crown?
    A crown is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant.
  • 4. What is the process of getting a crown?
    When you visit the dental office the dentist will the tooth.
    Next he will take an impression and make and put on a temporary cap to wear while your porcelain crown is being made.
    In about 2 weeks you must return for another visit to have the temporary removed and the permanent crown cemented into place.
  • 5. Would you like a Crown in one Visit?
    Dr. Willoughby has invested in the CEREC restorative system
  • 6. What is CEREC?
    CEREC is a chairsidecomputer that allows us to fabricate most crowns that patients need, in about 1 hour.
  • 7. How is the crown made?
    Using a digital blue ray camera and CAD CAM technology.
    We take a picture of the prepared tooth using a digital blue ray camera.
    Next we design the crown on the computer using CAD CAM technology.
    Then we send the picture to the milling machine and the machine creates the crown.
  • 8. What does that mean?
    That means you get a crown in about an hour
    There is no need to return for a second visit. There are no gooey impressions.
    No temporaries to worry about falling off.
    Just a beautiful porcelain crown in an hour!