In our clinic we have a large experience in making ceramic veneers using CAD CAM access in dentistry (computer 3D measurement and design) on the CEREC machine, which provides perfect precision, top aesthetic results and production in just one hour.
In addition, Digital Smile Design (DSD) software, which also belongs to the family of computer assistants for dentists, allows us to show the patient the final result before the procedure begins. When it comes to just one tooth, this type of complex planning is not necessary, but it gives excellent results when working in parallel with more teeth.
The use of the DSD protocol involves measuring and photographing, software modeling of the future look of a smile, and the creation of a model and temporary facets on the basis of which the definite ceramic facets will be made. All this can be achieved without correction of the tooth in the jaw only if it is necessary to add the tooth substance (for example: closing the gap between the teeth). If it is necessary to grind the tooth substance, then the DSD system is not applicable, but only on the model a new smile can be presented.