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Dentist Wants to Do CEREC on my Center Two Front Teeth. Would Lab Crowns Be Better?
As a teen, my teeth were bonded to close a gap teeth with poor results. In my early twenties a dentist suggested crowns as a permanent solution. I agreed not knowing that my healthy teeth would be filed down. I have since had my crowns replaced with very natural looking porcelain crowns that I loved, but are quite thick. Braces later damaged the finish from repeated filing and bonding (halo). My dentist wants to replace my crowns with CEREC but I am concerened about the aesthetics and quality.
CEREC or SKILLED Ceramist
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Cerec on front teeth.
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