CEREC chairside opens up completely new possibilities: inlays, onlays, veneers, partial or full anatomical crowns and temporary bridges – created and placed during a single treatment session! This results in optimum indication flexibility, particularly in difficult situations.
Regardless of what challenges await you, CEREC is always the win-win option, delivering minimally invasive treatment, customized aesthetics and a sound return on investment. This is true both now and in the future. The CEREC system is undergoing continuous development and can be successively upgraded. For example, it is now possible to create affordable and precise surgical guides based on your CEREC system. Another two innovations in materials, the CEREC Blocs C In and sintered metal inCoris CC. The former allows an aesthetic anterior restoration in the interaction with the CEREC Software 4.2. The second, the material inCoris CC, is a sintering metal based on a CoCr alloy that, like the known zirconium oxide process, is first milled while oversized and then compacted by sintering in a furnace under argon atmosphere, for example with the in Fire HTC speed.

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About Sirona

CEREC1Sirona is the world’s largest manufacturer of dental technology and is the clear innovation leader in dentistry. As such, Sirona is the preferred partner for dental practices, clinics, dental laboratories and authorized distributors worldwide. The company develops, manufactures and markets a complete line of dental products, including, CAD/CAM restoration systems (CEREC), digital intra-oral, panoramic and 3D imaging systems, dental treatment centers, hand pieces and hygiene systems.

Sirona is the driving force behind technical progress in dentistry. Beginning with the invention of the first electrically powered dental drill in 1887, the company has consistently spearheaded technological developments. Sirona’s product innovations set the standards for dental treatment and we are the global leader in the development of digital treatment modalities that drive improved workflow, a better patient experience and ultimately drive the success of dentists who incorporate Sirona technology within their practices.

Sirona employs a workforce of more than 3,300 at 29 locations world-wide, and markets its products in over 135 countries on all continents. The US is Sirona’s largest single market, followed by Germany and Japan. The company was spun-off from the Siemens Medical Technology Division in 1997 and, since 2006, has been listed on the US NASDAQ stock exchange (symbol: SIRO). In the last fiscal year (1 October 2013 to 30 September 2014) Sirona reported revenues of $1.17 billion.

Sirona develops and manufactures the majority of its products in Bensheim, Germany, the largest research, development, and production location in the dental industry. Sirona currently employs more than 300 engineers and scientists and over the past six years has invested more than $370 million in R&D. It is this commitment to reinvesting in innovation that gives us confidence that Sirona technologies will continue to drive the advancement of dentistry.