Citident Dentists Are Now Offering A Special Promotion On Cerec Crowns — San Francisco, Oct. 10, 2014 /prnewswire/ —

12 Oct

$13.5M Adrian College project nears completion |
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10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — San Francisco dentists at CitiDent are now offering a special promotion on single visit CEREC crowns. The offer, which expires at the end of October 2014, gives patients $50 off the price of a same-day CEREC crown by mentioning this promo “OCTOBER 14 CEREC”. CEREC is a fast and convenient way for patients to get crowns because it involves the use of CAD/CAM technology to create the crowns on site for placement during a single visit. CEREC technology has quickly grown in popularity and is now the most common CAD/CAM system used in dental offices around the world. As of 2014, CEREC: has created more than 28 million restorations for patients has established a long-term reliability rate of 95 percent has been backed by more than 250 studies regarding its value to patients is the product of more than 30 years of development by engineers Bay area patients can visit the dentists at CitiDent for highly biocompatible CEREC crowns that require no temporary restorations, little discomfort, and have a more esthetic appearance.
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“The added benefit of the high-end aesthetics makes me feel as though I am professional, therefore facilitating my learning experience even more.” Adrian College President Jeffrey Docking said in an email interview that as the college has grown in recent years, it needed more room for natural science majors and business majors. “This space will give us the lab and classroom space we need to accommodate a school that should be 2,000 students in the not-too-distant future,” he wrote. A third of the college’s incoming students are interested in a health care major, including pre-med, pre-dental, pre-veterinary studies and athletic training, Docking said at a recent Adrian in the A.M. program hosted by the Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce.
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