1. New smiles in a day with CEREC at The Courtyard Clinic

    21st July 2014 by thecourtyardclinic

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    Here at The Courtyard Clinic all of our dentists are experienced users of the CEREC system.
    CEREC is a state of the art technology which allows our dentists to provide crowns and veneers to an incredible level of accuracy in 1 visit instead of the traditional 2 visits you will find in most dentists.

    This means
    1) no temporary crowns or veneers
    2) less time needed in the dental chair
    3) No gooey impression material
    4) Metal free restorations

    The dentists at The Courtyard Clinic are so passionate about this topic that one of our dentists (Dr Simon Chard) even lectures nationally to other dentists on how to use this fantastic technology.
    So if you have old crowns/veneers which no longer look there best or are interested in new crowns or veneers then give Alison a call on 01932582949 and book in today!


  2. Cerec dentistry, white fillings, Courtyard Clinic, Chertsey, Surrey

    7th April 2014 by thecourtyardclinic


  3. Crowns in a day for busy patients in Surrey

    9th January 2014 by thecourtyardclinic
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    The patient in the photo above came in with a broken tooth and less than 2 hours later left with a new aesthetic cerec crown.

    Here at The Courtyard Clinic we pride ourselves on offering our patients the latest state of the art treatment to provide them with the best quality of care. Cerec is a modern technology that the dentists at the practice utilise to provide patients with aesthetic and strong crowns and bridges without the need to return for 2 visits.

    What are the benefits of CEREC?

    There are several advantages to having treatment with CEREC over conventional, laboratory-made restorations:

    Everything is carried out in a single visit – you only need to visit the dentist once – take one day away from your work or life to have the procedure – instead of the usual two or three visits.

    Only one set of local anaesthetic injections
    – since the entire procedure can be carried out within the hour, you only need to have one lot of injections.

    Your dentist is in complete control of the final result
    – since the crown or veneer is designed and fabricated from start to finish by your dentist, he/she has total control over how it will look and fit, whereas a crown made in a laboratory is under the control of the technician who hasn’t even seen the patient.

    No temporary restorations
    – if you have lab-made veneers, you would require temporary veneers during the wait for your new teeth. These have been known to fall off and cause problems, which is a step that is omitted with CEREC restorations.

    Minimally invasive- With cerec technology we utilise adhesive dentistry to only remove what is necessary to protect your teeth. This more modern approach to dentistry allows our dentist to reduce the risk or root canal and improve the prognosis of the teeth over the patients lifetime.

    If you think you may need a crown or bridge placed then contact Alison today on 01932582949 or email on reception@thecourtyardclinic.com


  4. Minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry at The Courtyard Clinic, Chertsey.

    27th November 2013 by thecourtyardclinic

     

    Our newest team member Dr Simon Chard has recently returned from a 3 day meeting in London with some of the leading lights in cosmetic dentistry at the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD) conference 2013. The conference, in it’s 10th year, is an opportunity for people from around the world to come and present the most modern techniques in improving patients smiles.

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    The key trend this year was minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry, something the team at The Courtyard Clinic is very passionate about!

    Minimally invasive dentistry is the philosophy that when improving patient’s smiles we remove as little of the patient’s natural tooth as possible- thus improving the prognosis of the patient’s natural teeth. Traditional cosmetic dentistry developed a less than ideal reputation in the dental world for being overly destructive of natural teeth. The new wave of modern and ethical cosmetic dentists, such as the dentists at The Courtyard Clinic, employ the latest materials, techniques and technology to be as minimal as possible.

    This includes the use of:

    • Adult orthodontics (braces)
    • Tooth whitening
    • CEREC technology
    • Modern Ceramic materials
    • Modern aesthetic white filling materials
    • Implants

    At this latest conference Dr Simon, who sits on a number of committees for the BACD, enjoyed discussions on a number of these latest advances in the field and this week has brought them back to review their implementation with the team at The Courtyard Clinic.

    Please contact Alison on 01932 582949 or at reception@thecourtyardclinic.com if you would like to improve your smile in a modern and minimally invasive manner.


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