CEREC Omnicam Scanning simplicity

Unrivalled handling, powder-free scanning and precise 3D images in natural color! Taking digital optical impressions is now so easy, intuitive and ergonomic.

The natural color appearance will not only impress your patients.

The benefits of CEREC Omnicam
  • Unrivalled handling
  • Powder-free scanning
  • Precise 3D images in natural color


Powder-free scanning

CEREC Omnicam is optimized for powder-free scanning of natural tooth structures and gingiva. Simply place the camera over the relevant area and the scan starts automatically. The elimination of a powder coating means that the scanning process is easier to learn. Full-arch and half-arch scans can now be performed more conveniently and quickly than ever before.

Unrivalled handling benefits
Perfect access

CEREC Omnicam sits perfectly into the user’s hand. Thanks to the slimline design and the compact camera tip, scanning the posterior teeth presents no problems. The rounded outer contours ensure that it is easy to rotate. Regardless of whether the patient is sitting upright or reclining, you can scan the upper and lower jaws ergonomically without having to adjust your natural working posture.

Seamless scanning process

You simply move the camera head closely over the teeth in a single flowing process. The data is generated successively into a 3D model. The seamless scanning process delivers an impressive depth of field. What’s more, you can interrupt and resume the scan at any time.

Precise 3D scans in natural color

It is impressive to see the 3D model displayed in full color on the monitor. The various surfaces are shown in their natural shades. This direct and realistic feedback helps you navigate your way around the oral cavity and enables you to distinguish between amalgam, gold or composite.

Clinically it provides a clear differentiation between gingiva and the preparation margin.

Effective communication with patients

CEREC Omnicam offers a further decisive benefit. In the patient counseling mode you can record video clips and present these directly to the patient. The lifelike visualization of the teeth and gingiva helps to convince the patient of the need for treatment. He or she will more readily understand and accept your therapy proposals.

Scan with CEREC Bluecam Precision and ease of use redefined

Easy operation, tried-and-tested Bluecam technology and rapid single image acquisition. Countless users worldwide use the CEREC AC and CEREC Bluecam on a daily basis. With the aid of the CEREC Bluecam you can scan powdered tooth surfaces in just a few seconds. This camera delivers outstanding precision and efficiency, and is particularly suitable for single-tooth restorations.

The benefits of CEREC Bluecam
  • High precision, proven thousands of times in clinical practice
  • Easy to operate
  • Rapid acquisition of powder-coated surfaces

CEREC AC and Bluecam

CEREC Chairside

Automatic image capture

The CEREC Bluecam acquires a series of single images which are then computed with great precision in order to create a virtual 3D model. The camera automatically detects the right moment to trigger the exposure.

Shake-free images

The short capture time of the CEREC Bluecam prevents any blurring. In addition, the built-in shake detection system ensures that images are acquired only when the camera is held absolutely still. The CEREC software then automatically selects the optimum image data for the 3D model.

chairside dental shooting

chairside software

Outstanding depth of field

You can either place the CEREC Bluecam directly on the tooth with the aid of the camera support, or else capture the images leaving a small clearance between camera and tooth surface. In both cases the parallel light beam and the extensive depth of field ensure excellent image quality and ease of use.

Uninterruptible power supply (optional)

This allows you to temporarily transfer your CEREC AC to a second treatment room while milling is still in progress. You can then immediately start acquiring further digital impressions. Data can also not be lost during a brief power cut.

Comparison between CEREC Omnicam and CEREC Bluecam

Feature CEREC Omnicam CEREC Bluecam
Imaging technique

Continuous color imaging

Continuous data acquisition generates a 3D model.

Single image acquisition

A few single images are combined to create a 3D model.

Area of application Single tooth, quadrant, full jaw. Powder-free is particularly advantageous the larger the scanning area Single tooth, quadrant (full jaw possible).
Dimensions Overall length: 228 mm
Length of the camera sleeve: 108 mm
Height and width of the tip: 16 mm
Overall length: 206 mm
Length of the camera tip: 86 mm
Height and width of the tip: 22 x 17 mm
Weight 313 g 270 g
Clearance/depth of field The camera is moved closely between 0 - 15 mm over the tooth surface The camera can be placed directly on the teeth.
Open data*
No charge for using Sirona Connect:
(Transmission of impression data to an
external laboratory)
Can be combined with a milling unit
Patient counseling mode  
3D scans in color  
No powder coating required  
  • Unrivalled handling
  • Powder-free scanning
  • Precise 3D images in natural color
  • High precision, proven thousandfold in clinical  practice
  • Easy to operate
  • Rapid acquisition of powder-coated surfaces

* Impression data can be processed with the aid of the inLab software (Sirona Connect) or third-party software. Export inLab design data via the Open inLab interface.

Milling using CEREC MC X or MC XL Precise, fast, versatile.

All the components of the CEREC system fit together perfectly – from the acquisition of the digital impression to the milling of the final restoration.

The user-friendly CEREC SW 4.2., the fully automated milling process, the clinical benefits of all-ceramic materials, complete treatment in a single session as well as positive feedback from patients – all these factors combine to maximize your job satisfaction. And if you decide to install the milling unit in your reception room, you will create a real talking point and focus of interest. Our milling units, each with a different focus, make it even easier to find the right solution for your dental practice:

CEREC MC X and CEREC MC XL Practice Lab

The similarities of the CEREC milling units are that they deliver professional, long-lasting results in just a few minutes. They mill restorations with a textbook accuracy of ± 25 μm. The clearly laid-out control panel and colored status lighting ensure optimum ease of use.
In-house milling is a cost-effective option
Did you know that you can mill a crown depending on the milling unit and program in just 8-18 minutes and incur production costs of only € 30. This is the typical cost for a practice in Germany.

That means more time for your patients and more profit for your dental practice.


Advantages of CEREC MC X:
  • Complete chairside spectrum
  • Block sizes up to 40 mm
  • Expandable to labside indications

Beside inlays, onlays, crowns or veneers you can also mill bridges, abutments and surgical guides. And you have the option for inLab indications and materials*. The milling unit CEREC MC X is precise and fast - you only need approx. 11 minutes to create a crown.

Milling with CEREC MC X:
Use the complete chairside spectrum

Milling with CEREC MC XL Premium Package.
Use the complete CAD/CAM spectrum
Advantages of CEREC MC XL Premium Package:
  • Complete chairside and labside spectrum
  • Block sizes up to 85 mm
  • Comfort (touch display, four motors)

In addition to inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, abutments and surgical guides with the MC XL Premium Package you can also mill all labside indications. You can use all CAD/CAM materials (ceramics, polymers, zirconium oxide, metal) and enjoy added comfort with 4 spindel motors and an easy to use touch display

Your fabrication possibilities with CEREC:

Indications Complete
Milling accurarcy +/-25 µm +/-25 µm
Maximum block size 15,5*19*40mm 22*40*85mm
CEREC Software 4.2
Fully anatomical single-tooth restorations
(feldspar ceramic, glass ceramic, lithium
disilicate ceramic, translucent zirconium
oxide (TZI), hybrid, mono-sized polmyer blocks)
Bridges up to 4 units
(zirconium oxide, lithium disilicate)
Surgical Guides (CEREC Guides)
inLab Software 4.2 optional
Copings, frameworks, bars, attachments,
telescopes, mutilayer, stack milling,
(up to 40 mm block size)
Sinterable metal (NPM) optional
Milling* of zirconium oxide and polymers
Frameworks up to 12 units up to 3-4 units
Model Milling
(Design 2011 motors necessary)
Four spindel motors  
Touch display