Sirona brings new milling units to chairside dentistry and on-site labs

June 15, 2013

Sirona recently announced an expansion of the CEREC product range to include three different milling units at different price points. According to a Sirona press release, each unit offers extremely accurate and fast milling to deliver to best experience for every case.

Sirona recently announced an expansion of the CEREC product range to include three different milling units at different price points. According to a Sirona press release, each unit offers extremely accurate and fast milling to deliver to best experience for every case.

  • CEREC MC – for practices focusing on chairside single-tooth restorations, CEREC MC is Sirona’s most cost-effective milling unit choice. The indication spectrum includes single-unit inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers and a large selection of chairside materials up to a block size of 20 mm.

  • CEREC MC X – is said to be ideal for dental practices offering a wide range of chairside treatments, including implants. The MC X milling unit creates the same restorations as MC, as well as bridges, abutments and surgical guides, on blocks up to 40 mm.

  • CEREC MC XL Practice Lab – is designed for the dental practice with an onsite lab. When it comes to lab-side restorations such as bridge frameworks, customized implant abutments, surgical guides, telescopes, bars and attachments, MC XL Practice Lab is Sirona’s solution. In addition, the MC XL Practice Lab features four spindle motors, an easy-to-use touch display and mills blocks up to 85 mm in size.  

“With the introduction of these new milling units, single-visit dentistry for chairside restorations is more affordable than ever before,” said Roddy MacLeod, Vice President of CAD/CAM at Sirona. “Sirona is dedicated to providing our customers with the very best CAD/CAM solutions in the marketplace, and now dentists can get started with chairside CAD/CAM for as low as $79,995, or just about 9 crowns per month.”