Frames 1, 3 show the condition of upper front teeth (incisors) after the removal of all damaged structure. Frames 2, 4 show all ceramic (Emax®) crowns in place there are more than one variety of all ceramic crown materials available for use, depending on the patient's requirements.
When a client requests an improved appearance of the upper front teeth, or the teeth are heavily discolored or broken; the use of all ceramic crowns, is the treatment of choice.
Here we have teeth restored using a new ceramic material called E-Max®
This image is another view of the Case 1 featured above.
Another view of - After - Case 1 .
A fructured front tooth (incisor).
Emax All Ceramic Crown in Place. These crowns have a great ability to match shade and color!
An implant is a substitute for the rooth of the tooth. It is used to retain a new tooth crown; this can be done by cementing to the implant or, as in pics 7 - 8, by using a screw to join the ceramic crown to the implant.
E-max crown to be placed.
E-max crown in place
The upper left lateral incisor was discolored and carious (had cavities).
An all ceramic crown was fitted and cemented in place by a bonding technique using a resin cement.
Emax Crowns for patient.
Emax crowns after delivery to patient's mouth.
The broken down, worn down teeth for this patient, were revitalized using all ceramic crowns. Patient selected a very white " Hollywood " shade of color.
Beatiful results with ceramic crowns!
A young middle aged South Asian lady with a heavily discolored front tooth, was amazed by the life-like color of her new crown.