A Word From Dental Assistant C.J.: New Crown Materials

Posted on April 18, 2012. Filed under: Ceramic Crown, Dental Assistant, Dental Crown, Dental Health, Dental Implant, Gold Crown, Gold Dental Crown, Porcelain Crown, Same Day Dental Crown | Tags: , , , , , |

CJ Burwell at Smile Savers Dentistry
Tired of metal showing in your crowns? Skeptical about having metal in your mouth at all?

Here at Smile Savers Dentistry, we have found that metal in crowns can start to show through porcelain after time, changing the aesthetics and making the crown itself weaker. Also, you may have or may develop an allergy to the metal sitting on the actual prepped tooth.

Worry no more, because here at Smile Savers Dentistry we only use ceramics and all gold crowns. One of the ceramics we use is Zirconia; the strongest and most aesthetic ceramic crown available. It’s also used to make engine blocks, just in case you wanted an example of how strong it is! The other ceramic used is IPS e.max, which has great aesthetic properties and is known for its precision fit. We have had slim to no issues since switching to these two ceramics.

Of course good old gold is still used time to time for posterior crowns, which is still the strongest material used to make a crown and has long lasting durability properties. You can’t go wrong using one of these 3 materials for a future crown. We hope to see you here at Smile Savers Dentistry in Columbia, MD soon!

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