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CadCam Dentistry and CEREC 3D in Glasgow

Ceramic reconstruction is an exciting technique that allows a heavily broken tooth to be fixed in a single visit. Using state of the art technology your tooth can be fixed without an impression, without temporaries and without metal. This revolutionary technique can make old metal filled teeth look like new.

The Berkeley Clinic is now the centre for CEREC Excellence in Scotland and as such is at the forefront of both teaching this technique to dentists and providing the best CEREC service to our patients.


All of our dentists use the CEREC 3D system. This revolutionary system allows single visit crowns, veneers and ceramic reconstructions. This differs from more traditional techniques which usually involve at least two visits for a crown or veneer. Often two weeks are needed between visits and patients are left with temporary plastic crowns or veneers for this time. The CEREC 3D system allows patients to leave with their new tooth in around one hour.

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Cerec Omnicam 

The Berkeley Clinic was selected as the 1st dentist in the UK to have and launch the revolutionary Cerec Omnicam with the newest 4.2 software. The CEREC Omnicam is an intraoral camera that enables dentists to take a digital impression of the patient's teeth. The camera captures full-colour images without the need for prior coating with powder or spray. Dentists can then use this very precise digital data to design high-quality ceramic dental restorations that fit perfectly. 

What is Cerec Omnicam?

The CEREC Omnicam has won a number of the most prestigious awards including the red dot award in 2013. The red dot design award is an internationally renowned competition whose prize, the red dot, is highly regarded among experts as a seal of quality for good design. With over 14,000 submissions from more than 68 countries, the red dot design award is one of the biggest design competitions in the world. Dr. Frank Thiel, Director of Development for 3D Measurement Technology at Sirona, also confirmed this: "Combining function and design is a major challenge. We are very happy that we have been so successful with the Omnicam".

 You can find out more about CAD/ CAM digital technology in our blog.

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