A dental crown can be compared to a tooth’s life jacket. When a tooth has significant damage, we try to keep it. To restore its strength, shape, and functionality, we achieve this by inserting a “CAP” in the form of a tooth. A crown completely encases the tooth’s visible surface from the gum line down. When a tooth is too badly damaged for a dental filling, a crown is required.
Our dentists choose creating their crowns using the durable, aesthetically pleasing material Emax. Emax may produce a very aesthetic, natural-looking outcome and is fracture-resistant.
The name of our porcelain is Emax (technically known as lithium disilicate), and it provides the ideal balance of strength and aesthetics. Emax has the capacity to mimic the reflecting and translucent qualities of dental enamel.
The crown (or crowns) should ideally complement your existing teeth without standing out. We pick the hue and brightness of the many teeth to give you the most natural-looking grin we can.
Your porcelain crown (or crowns) will last a very long time if you take good care of them at home and get your teeth cleaned regularly by your hygienist.
No one will be able to tell your new tooth apart from the existing teeth once it has been cemented. Emax produces crowns and veneers with the same aesthetic qualities as real tooth enamel, which is the major reason we employ it.
Together with all the exact details supplied by our dentists, the dental lab also recreates the crown to match the look of the tooth it is replacing.
Porcelain crowns can endure up to 20 years, according to our expertise. This is also dependent on the standard of your at-home oral hygiene (daily brushing and flossing) and regular in-office tooth cleanings tailored to your individual requirements.
The longevity of your crown may be shortened if you grind your teeth. To prevent the grinding from damaging your teeth, you might require a nightguard.