New Tooth Crown in 15 Minutes
Written by Pat's Papers | Tuesday, 9 October 2012 7:47 AM
Last time I broke a tooth the crown process dragged out over several weeks. No longer, says the New York Times this morning. There’s a new machine on the market that can make a crown for a tooth in 15 minutes. The computer program builds a ceramic crown that can be glued in place by using 3-D images a dentist takes while probing your mouth with a tiny camera. The whole process takes less than an hour.
SOURCE: New York Times
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