Sirona Dental Cerec AC Blue Cam + MC XL Mill + Ivoclar Oven
- Cerec AC Blue Cam (Hardware Code; HQ)
- MC XL Milling Unit
- Ivoclar Programat CS Oven
- 30 Day Parts Warranty
- User Manual(s)
SaleSinter and Glaze with CEREC SpeedFire Full contour zirconia restorations in one session. CEREC SpeedFire is the smallest and fastest sintering furnace on the market and can sinter a crown in typically 10–15 minutes. The strengths of full contour zirconia can thus also be used for chairside treatment. If required, a glaze can be applied [...]
SaleThe inLab MC XL milling and grinding unit opens up the widest possible range of production options for your dental laboratory. You profit from high speed and precision. You can switch from grinding to milling in just a few simple steps. And thanks to the large milling volume and broad spectrum of applications, you will [...]
SaleDetails & Specifications Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit PC Hardware V2.2.3 Specs: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti & GTX 660Ti graphics cards, Intel i7 3930K CPU @ 3.2 GHz & 16GB RAM CEREC SW: 4.3, Connect 4.4, Open Galileos Implant Number of Mills: 772 Manufacturer warranty through 4/2/2020 (with Service Club membership). Service Clubwas cancelled effective 4/13/16 Accessories: [...]
Single Appointment Dental Care
Most dental restorative methods require more than one visit to the dentist. This means that on the first visit, you get an injection of anaesthesia, your tooth prepared, an impression taken, and a temporary restoration put on your tooth. You make a second appointment for a couple of weeks later, get another injection, have the temporary pried off (if it hasn’t fallen off already), and have a permanent restoration put on. With CEREC, the procedure is done in a single appointment, start to finish. No temporary restorations. Now with CEREC Omnicam,MC XL Inlab milling unit and sinter and crystallisation ovens, 3-4 unit bridges can be fabricated in a day.
Finest Dental Materials
A CEREC tooth restoration isn’t just convenient, it is also healthy. Many years ago, dentists had few options to repair decayed and damaged teeth other than amalgam, gold, and other metals. With CEREC, your dentist can use strong, tooth coloured ceramic materials to restore your teeth to their natural strength, beauty, and function. These materials closely match the composition of natural tooth structure. The materials are chemically bonded to your tooth, so your dentist can save as much healthy tooth tissue as possible while providing you with a dental restoration that strengthens your tooth. Using metal free materials that are the closest to your natural enamel, CEREC gives you the highest quality restorative care.
We use CEREC for more than just crowns. CEREC Omnicam and the MC XL inlab milling unit is capable of producing any single tooth restoration, implant abutments and up to 9 unit bridges. Chipped or discoloured front teeth can be repaired with beautiful CEREC porcelain anterior crowns or veneers. Your smile makes a lasting first impression. Enhance it with CEREC.
Your dentist is in complete control of the final result
Since the crown, inlay, onlay or veneer is designed and fabricated from start to finish by your dentist, he has total control over how it will look and fit.
No temporary restorations
With Cerec your restorations are placed in a single appointment. If you have lab made veneers you would require temporary veneers during the wait whilst your new teeth are being made by the technician. These have been known to fall off and cause problems. This step is eliminated with CEREC restorations.
Crystallisation, characterisation and glaze ovens
In certain circumstances it may be necessary to customise your restorations to blend in with your natural neighbouring teeth. This is accomplished by adding colouring stains to your restoration and firing it in an oven before the final glazing is done.
Glazing gives the restoration a very smooth and shiny surface texture, enhancing optimum oral hygiene.
Sinter ovens are used to harden and bake zirconium materials for implant abutments and bridge frameworks.
CEREC AC is the digital impression system for the dental practice.
Digital scanning with CEREC is easy: acquire an image of the preparation and opposing jaw with the CEREC Omnicam or the CEREC Bluecam. Just a few clicks are needed to draw the preparation margin. The software assists you with marking and supports you with a pivoting 3D view.
Sirona has two camera solutions: CEREC Bluecam and CEREC Omnicam
CEREC Omnicam – scanning simplicity:
The CEREC Omnicam is designed to feel natural to hold: taking digital impressions has never been so easy, intuitive and ergonomic.
The benefits of CEREC Omnicam:
Precise 3D images in natural color
CEREC Omnicam is optimized for powder-free scanning of natural tooth structures and gingiva. Simply place the camera over the relevant area and the scan starts automatically. The elimination of a powder coating means that the scanning process is easier to learn. Full-arch and half-arch scans can now be performed more conveniently and quickly than ever before.
It is impressive to see how the 3D model is constructed during the scan on the in full color on the monitor. The various surfaces are shown in their natural shades. This direct and realistic feedback helps you navigate your way around the oral cavity and enables you to distinguish between amalgam, gold or composite and allows you to view the differentiation between the preparation margin and gingiva.
- Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit
- PC Hardware KA
- Specs: MSI GeForce N9800GT graphics card, Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 CPU @ 2.67 GHz & 4 GB RAM
- CEREC SW: 4.4, Connect 4.4, Open Galileos Implant
- Number of Mills: 1,495
- Service Club is active
- Accessories: Bluecam/MC XL Calibration Kits, Hoft & Wessel wireless radios, 4 burs, 2 block screws, bur/block wrench, 37 CEREC Blocs, partial bottle of Dentatec milling oil, 2 Powder Pros, 4.4/4.3/4.0 SW CDs, misc maintenance CDs, and hospital grade power cords for all.