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CEREC Cosmetic Procedures

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CEREC uses the latest technology and materials to allow you to undergo treatment in just one session which in the past would have required multiple sessions. CEREC works to protect and preserve your own tooth’s structural integrity using a long lasting and highly durable material helping you maintain your new smile for longer.

Here are some procedures performed by Hornsby Dental using CEREC:

Fillings (inlays/onlays)

Decay and old filling material can be removed then individually manufactured fillings can then be fitted exactly to suit each
individual case. The entire procedure can be completed within one visit at Hornsby Dental.

Porcelain Veneers

Malpositioned and discoloured teeth can be restored with porcelain veneers. Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are custom
made to fit on the front of your natural teeth. They allow your dentist to change the shape, colour and length of your teeth. This procedure can be done with no drilling to your natural tooth. This is a great benefit that Hornsby Dental patients enjoy. It is also a much quicker way to solve cosmetic appearances without the use of orthodontics.

Porcelain Crowns

A porcelain crown restores damaged, fragile or reduced tooth surfaces by providing coverage over all areas of your tooth. Your natural tooth is then protected and can function normally. Using CEREC there are no impressions and no temporary crowns. A treatment may be completed within one visit at Hornsby Dental, which makes it more convenient for you to not have to wait whilst an outsourced dental lab creates the dental crown as with normal procedures without using CEREC.

For more information, please see https://www.hornsbydentist.com.au/hornsby-dental/crowns-and-bridges/ or call us on 80901100 to speak with one of the friendly Hornsby dental team for your local Hornsby Dentists.

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White Colour Fillings

At Hornsby Dental | Hornsby Dentist, we offer tooth-colored dental fillings and dental restorations as our main restorative options, whenever possible.

The advance of minimally invasive dental technologies and improved adhesive technologies have enabled us to reduce the need for traditional crowns, where a significant amount of tooth tissue reduction can be avoided. Our tooth-colored restorations are placed following the most up-to-date dental materials and techniques. They are great visually great to look at and durable.

All sizes of cavities:
Composite resin is the most standard tooth-colored restorative material used. It is suitable to most sizes of cavities. It offers excellent visual appearance and function in medium term.

For more questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 8090 1100 or email us on info@www.hornsbydentist.com.au to speak with one of the Hornsby Dental team.

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Dental Crowns

At Hornsby Dentist – Hornsby Dental, we are able to make dental crowns in-house at Hornsby Dental. We have the latest in dental technology which enables us to make it in-house instead of sending it out to a lab. It is essentially a ‘helment’ for your teeth, and gives your teeth great strength and protection. If you think you might need a dental crown or would like a second opinion, feel free to give us a ring on 8090 1100 to speak to one of the friendly Hornsby Dentist staff.

Alternatively visit our website at www.hornsbydentist.com.au for more information.

Also click here –> Dental Crowns and Bridges for more detailed information, diagrams and explanations. If you would like to know how much a dental crown costs, feel free to come in for a consultation to see how we can help you.

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Why do I need a scale and clean?

Going to the dentist for a scale and clean is important because it allows teeth and gums to be healthy and strong. The dentist goes around each individual tooth looking for plaque and hard build up called tartar which he removes from teeth. When gums bleed it is because there is bacteria on the teeth that has not been removed. With regular brushing and visiting the dentist frequently (every six months), teeth and gums can be kept in optimal condition.

For more information, visit www.hornsbydentist.com.au or speak to one of our friendly staff at Hornsby Dentist | Hornsby Dental on 8090 1100.

Click here for further information about oral hygiene.

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Indications for Crowns

Indications for crowns

Some of the possible indications for the placement of a crown on a tooth are for cracked teeth, severely broken down teeth through decay or injury, teeth with very large fillings, those that have had root canal treatment, for support of a bridge as well or to cover internally stained teeth or teeth that are poorly shaped.

Traditionally, crowns have been made from a variety of materials ranging from full metal crowns, porcelain veneered crowns on a metal underlay and most recently crowns have been made from all ceramic. Each type of crown are indicated in different situations however, ceramic crowns have become more popular in recent time due to their superior aesthetic qualities and outstanding durability.

Call the team at Hornsby Dentist | Hornsby Dental for more information, or call us on 8090 1100 to speak with one of our friendly staff.

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Dental Crowns and Bridges


Visit the above for more details about crowns at hornsby dental.

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Crowns

Hornsby Dentist information about Crowns:

One of the interesting things that dentists face in today’s
society is that many of us are keeping a majority if not all of our teeth well
into old age. This can be contributed to the improvement of overall oral
hygiene through public awareness and national initiated schemes such as
fluoridation. However as we keep many of our teeth, unfortunately, there are
some instances when our teeth need a helping hand to withstand the rigors of
everyday life. In some circumstances compromised teeth may require treatment to
protect it from further breakdown and ensure continued pain free function while
at the same time be aesthetically pleasing.

Although as dentists we endeavour to be conservative in our
treatment, sometimes it is necessary to suggest to patients to possibility of a
crown to protect the remaining damaged tooth structure. It does so by totally
covering the remaining tooth and to prevent any future damage. Many people have
heard of crowns, however are unsure of when a crown is indicated.

For more information about dental crowns and about the costs for a crown, click here: Dental Crowns

Or give us a ring at Hornsby Dentist | Hornsby Dental on 8090 1100 to speak with one of our friendly staff.

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Dentistry as we know it

Hi

 

This is Dr Mark Nieh from Hornsby Dental. Thank you for spending time to read this blog. We aim to provide you with dental information that may interest you. Should you have any questions of topics of interest you would like to discuss, please phone us on (02) 8090 1100

 

Recent TV media has been covering dentistry a fair bit. Over selling, oversea dental lab work, etc etc. One must always remember a few bad apples do not represent the whole industry. Come in and talk to us about our one-visit eMax crowns, powered by CEREC, made right in front of you. If you feel that a crown is not for you and prefer a less expensive alternative, we can also make a ceramic onlay, instead of a full crown, to strengthen your tooth.

 

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Abour Crowns and Bridges

A crown is a dental restoration that involves entirely covering a tooth with an extremely protective material that is resistant to fractures, extreme temperatures and acidic foods.

Everyday activities such as chewing can put stress on our teeth, and over time this may manifest as visible signs of wear and tear. Although almost unnoticeable to the untrained eye, your dentist may notice faint fracture lines through your teeth, as well as generalised erosion of the surfaces. These are an artificial weak point in the tooth, and if you chew or bite together just a bit too hard, you can accidentally break off part of the tooth. To avoid this unnecessary trauma, your dentist may recommend a crown for the tooth. This will enhance its strength.

Read more about it here: https://www.hornsbydentist.com.au/hornsby-dental/crowns-and-bridges/

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Restorative Dentistry

The Restorative Phase – In this phase, all teeth that need work done to them will be treated so no cavities remain, teeth are clean and healthy and stable. The reason why we restore teeth first is to start off with a mouth that is ready to be perfected.

Secondly…

Rehabilitation Phase – This second phase involves choosing and designing the procedures that best suit you. There are several types of enhancing dental treatments, the most common of which are orthodontics, surgical treatment, porcelain veneers, composite veneers and crowns.

Have a look at our photo gallery for real life examples! https://www.hornsbydentist.com.au/photo-gallery/

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Cosmetic Dentistry

The treatment provided in cosmetic dentistry is to re-establish and advance the look of the smile to make it pleasing as well as beautiful. At Hornsby Dental your smile can be its best by working with the cosmetic Dentists who enjoy creating beautiful smiles and have a keen eye for detail.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, which is why what you see and think is beautiful is what the cosmetic dentists at Hornsby Dental want to create so together we can come up with a plan that takes us from teeth which can use a little help to smiles that are symmetrical and colour pleasing.

First off, we must come up with a plan to make sure that your teeth are the healthiest they can be. Watch this space for the treatments we do to facilitate this.

If you have any questions, give us a call on 8090 1100 or visit www.hornsbydentist.com.au for more information.

Best Regards,
The Hornsby Dental Team

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