Zirconia Crowns result in a highly aesthetic and natural finish, comparable to a natural tooth. They consist of a zirconia substructure which is milled with the latest CAD/CAM technology, and layered with a porcelain fusion.
Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM)
Porcelain Fused to Metal crowns consist of a metal sub-structure that has porcelain fused to it which provides high compressive and tensile strength. The porcelain gives it a natural tooth like appearance thus making it highly aesthetic.
IPS press e.max Press lithium disilicate glass ceramic (LS2) offers excellent fit, biocompatible and exceptional aesthetic restorations. They are characterised for their high strength of 400MPa, high translucency and versatility.
Monolithic Zirconia Crown is a new all ceramic crown and bridge restoration, milled with the latest CAD/Cam technology from solid zirconia blocks. Zirconia being the hardest material used in dentistry today and is virtually unbreakable.
Dental implant is a procedure where a titanium fixture is fused to the bone of the jaw. Implants are used to support dental prostheses such as crowns, implant-supported bridges or dentures. It has become a popular choice to replace a missing tooth or as an alternative to crown or bridge restoration.