E-max Crowns

E-max Crowns (Full Glass Ceramic Crown)

Emax crown is the name given to the process of reducing the tooth all around and covering it with Emax porcelain. The crown, which can be used as a substructure, can also be used as a single piece. This method, which is used for covering incisors, canines, and premolars, can also be used for aesthetic purposes. Emax porcelain, which can also be used to eliminate tooth deficiencies, is highly preferred because of its extremely high light transmittance and closeness to natural teeth.

How are Emax Crowns Made?

The patient learns whether the tooth structure is suitable for a glass ceramic crown by applying to the aesthetic dentist. If there is no problem, local anesthesia is applied and the tooth is cut, then the measurements are taken, and the temporary coating is applied. By contacting us, you can learn the most suitable aesthetic crown treatment for you. After the necessary procedures are done in the first session, dental rehearsal is done in the second session. In the next session, after the necessary rehearsal is done, after the contacts, anatomical, biological compatibility and functional integrity are checked, glass ceramic crowns are applied permanently. This process is completed in 7 days and the patient is given an aesthetic smile with e-max crowns.

What is the difference between zirconium crown and E-max Veneer/ Crowns?

In fact, both are methods used mostly for aesthetic appearances. However, in terms of aesthetics, e-max crown is more preferred by patients because it has more light transmittance than zirconium crown teeth. In case of more than one missing tooth, more zirconium is preferred. The reason for this is that it is more durable than e-max crowns. However, if the missing tooth is not more than one and an aesthetic appearance is desired, our aesthetic dentists recommend e-max crowns.

On Which Teeth Can E-Max Crown Be Applied?

E-max Crowns have high light transmission. Thus, it offers patients a natural appearance in the mouth. It is preferred more frequently, especially in anterior incisors. The types of teeth that this treatment can be applied to are as follows.

On Which Teeth Can E-Max Crown Be Applied?

E-max Crowns have high light transmission. Thus, it offers patients a natural appearance in the mouth. It is preferred more frequently, especially in anterior incisors. The types of teeth that this treatment can be applied to are as follows.

  • Multiple restored teeth that need to be aesthetically corrected.
  • In the protective layer of the tooth; deformity or lack, enamel defects.
  • Teeth that lose their appearance as a result of wear.
  • Teeth that cannot regain their whiteness and change color as a result of root canal treatment.
  • Teeth that experience discoloration due to age, devitalization, fluorosis, tetracycline.
  • Broken teeth due to trauma or dental caries.
  • Crooked teeth.
  • Yellowed teeth.
  • In addition to these, premolars that do not apply much force are also in the application areas.

What are the E-Max Crown Advantages?

  • There is no purplish color on the edges or gums of the treated teeth.
  • It has a high light transmittance.
  • It does not harm the tooth structure.
  • It offers slippery and smooth tooth structure.
  • It reduces the sensitivity of the teeth to a minimum.
  • It is rich in color options.
  • It prevents tartar formation to a large extent.
  • It is made of lithium disilicate and glass ceramic. Thus, it has a durable structure.
  • Fluid absorption is low.
  • In addition, ceramic teeth offer a natural tooth appearance. It closes the gaps in the tooth.

E-max Crowns/Veneers Prices

You can contact us to learn about Emax crown porcelain application prices and you need to have a free online consultation. With the dental pictures or x-ray you will send; our specialist dentists will give you the most appropriate treatment plan.

How should E-max crown care be?

All recommendations of the dentist should be followed when caring for E-max crowns (Full ceramic coating). Brushing twice a day and regular dental check-ups should be provided as with normal teeth.