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IntroductionWhat is Emax Crown?

In dentistry, a variety of crown materials are employed to give patients a natural-looking appearance. For its natural color and durability, Emax crowns are manufactured by baking ceramics without the use of any metals. Since its high light transmittance and lack of metal content contribute to superior results, dentists frequently choose this ceramic material since it combines strength and beauty.

To What of Teeth Can Emax Crowns be Applied?

Emax crowns are widely placed on incisors by dentists because they have a natural-looking appearance and great light permeability due to their lack of metal content. It can also be used on teeth that don’t bite down very hard. These are some more regions where Emax crowns are most popular.

Emax crowns are a great option for people who have discolored teeth from acidic or colorful beverages or smoking.

Deformed, disfigured, and crooked teeth are best arranged and structurally repaired using EMax crowns. Emax crowns are frequently preferred by dentists to repair anterior teeth, which are frequently misaligned.

Post-Root-Canal: After receiving a root canal, teeth are typically more brittle and sensitive. Additionally suggested for tooth strengthening are Emax crowns.

Teeth that have been shattered due to trauma or accident are also restored with Emax crowns.


IntroductionAdvantages of
E-max Crown

E-Max crowns are frequently chosen because of its many benefits for repairing broken, discoloured, or otherwise damaged teeth.

E-max crowns have a natural appearance and are made entirely of ceramic. They offer a natural and lifelike appearance as a result.

Durability: Because it is made of glass and ceramic, it resists chewing quite well. Compared to other types of crowns, the likelihood of getting chipped is far lower.

Avoids Tartar Buildup: The Emax crown’s slick surface inhibits the development of tartar on the teeth, hence reducing the risk of gum disease.

Disadvantages of E-Max Crown

E-max crowns are preferred because of their many benefits, but there are also a few drawbacks that patients and dentists should be aware of.

  • E-Max crowns cost more than other types of crowns due to their endurance and natural appearance.
  • Back teeth, which are more likely to be utilized for hard biting, may not be a good candidate for E-Max crowns.
  • Darker teeth may not be a good candidate for E-Max crowns.
  • E-Max crowns are appropriate for little bridges.

How Long Do E-Max Crowns Last?

With good oral hygiene practices and routine dental appointments, E-Max crowns can survive significantly longer than conventional crowns.

How are Emax Crowns Prepared?

Patients and dentist discuss whether teeth are suitable for E-max crowns after the teeth have been examined. Following the choice, an intraoral camera creates a digital impression of the patient’s teeth that is sent to the computer that manages milling. The crown’s color is then matched to that of the surrounding natural teeth. Final adjustments are made by the dentist before the Emax crown is fitted on the tooth. Depending on the individual, this process might take a variety of lengths of time. Make an appointment if you’d like further information.

Treatment Summary

Of Transactions


Processing Time

10 days

Anesthesia Method

Local anesthesia

Sensitivity Process


Return to Work


Full Recovery Process


Persistence of Results

5 year

Eating - Drinking

2 hours later


Zirconium Coating 400+
Root Treatment 250+
Bleaching 90+
Filling 450+



Zirconium Crowns 1.400+
Laminated Veneer 350+
Bleaching 100+
Filling 250+



Zirconium Crowns 2.500+
Root Treatment 2.000+
Bleaching 300+
Filling 1.400+



Detertraj 1.440+
Küretaj 7.650+
Flap Operation 650+
Gum Inflammation 450+