Ceramic dental crowns can compensate for damaged and lost teeth. Using them, we restore the function and aesthetics just like the teeth used to have.
With a positive effect on oral health, ceramic crowns have a positive effect on the patient’s psyche. They restore confidence, a person can smoothly laugh, function and have a much better quality of life.
Throughout history of dentistry, dental crowns has developed to the extent that they perfectly imitate natural teeth. Today, in modern dentistry, we use metal-ceramic crowns, zircon-ceramic crowns and IPS e.max crowns.
Metal-ceramic crowns – these dental crowns have been used for more than 65 years, there is a possibility that over time a part of the metalic edge of the crown uncovers. (eg by receding gums, sharpening the ceramic crown). Metal ceramic crowns also do not allow light to pass through them(as natural teeth do), which ultimately gives them a limit to the aesthetic possibilities. Due to metallic alloys they can cause allergic reactions.