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Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and Onlays for Your Teeth

To Repair Damage and Restore Function Inlays and Onlays help your teeth look and perform their best! Inlays and Onlays are both dental restorations to repair damaged teeth or larger cavities. They are often the best choice when chewing teeth (molars or bicuspids) that already have a filling experience more decay in the affected area. […]

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Dental Bridge

Crowns & Bridges: How They Work

A missing tooth is more than just a hindrance to normal chewing, and more than a cosmetic bother. It’s a threat to the entire architecture of your mouth. The mouth is dynamic. Where there is a missing tooth, neighboring teeth drift, gum disease may crop up, even the unprotected bone ridge is susceptible to damage. […]

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Inlay, Onlay & Crown

Inlays, Onlays, & Crowns

What is the difference between Inlays, Onlays, and Crowns? They all strengthen and repair a damaged tooth, but generally the type of restoration we use is determined by the extent of the damage. Inlays – Inlays are used when a cavity has grown too big to be treated with a traditional filling. Made of porcelain […]

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CEREC Machine and Milling Unit

CEREC®—Restorations as Natural as Living Teeth!

Now in just one appointment you can have a metal-free restoration as natural looking and strong as an original tooth. CEREC is a computer-controlled system that creates a tooth replacement from a single block of white, biocompatible, plaque-resistant ceramic. The effect on your smile must be seen to be believed! Not only is the restoration […]

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CEREC Milling Machine - San Francisco CA

What are CEREC Restorations?

CEREC is one of the extraordinary advancements in dental technology offered by Dr. Sean Moran.  It stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, and the system allows him to create custom-fit ceramic restorations in a single appointment. Typically, the types of restorations performed with CEREC would require two appointments.  The dentist would anesthetize the […]

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