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Bright Smile Dental Aloha Offers CEREC Omnicam One-day Treatment

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Beaverton cosmetic dentist is helping patients restore their smile in just one visit using CEREC Omnicam

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BEAVERTON, OR, July 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Beaverton cosmetic dentist, Dr. Michael Negru is proud to announce he is offering CEREC to restore patients' smiles in just one day. Dr. Negru is the founder of Bright Smile Dental Aloha, located in Beaverton, Oregon.

CEREC provides patients an alternative to silver/plastic fillings, veneers and crowns. Dr. Negru began offering CEREC to improve the efficiency of his patients' teeth restoration process, getting them to a whiter and brighter smile in just one visit. Patients benefit from CEREC's state-of-the-art technology in several ways, including:

- Custom-made dental crowns in-office
- Full control of the outcome of the restoration rather than depending on the lab
- Crowns in a single visit
- Eliminates the need for temporary crowns
- Saves both dentist and patient chair time
- Accommodates out of state patients
- Better results and less room for error with digital imaging vs. conventional impressions.

"There are so many amazing benefits to providing CEREC to our patients," said Beaverton cosmetic dentist, Dr. Michael Negru. "Patients are able to restore their smile in a single visit. It also allows us to customize crowns in-house, which reduces the chances of lab errors. We are so excited to offer such state-of-the-art technology to our patients. This time-saving technology is truly life-changing."

CEREC repairs teeth in approximately one hour by using ceramic tooth-colored restorations. An optical impression photographs the damaged tooth - which eliminates the need for uncomfortable impression molds. The image is then sent to a computer, where 3D Computer Aided Design software creates the restoration while the patient waits. Next, the restoration is bonded to the remaining healthy tooth tissue.

For more information, or to find out if you are a candidate for CEREC, please visit the Bright Smile Dental Aloha website or call: (503) 376-9966.

About Bright Smile Dental Aloha

Bright Smile Dental Aloha proudly serves throughout Beaverton, Aloha, and Hillsboro, Oregon. The experienced team offer a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry and general dentistry procedures including: smile makeovers, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants, orthodontics, sleep apnea treatment, periodontal treatment, dental hygiene and teeth cleaning, and TMJ treatment. For more information, please visit: http://brightsmiledental.net.

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