Dentists use Emax Crowns to restore teeth integrity after decay or a root canal procedure. Emax Crowns feature a durable and aesthetically appealing ceramic material. Therefore, the Emax crowns help reinforce the teeth structure and protect teeth from further damage while improving your smile significantly.
The Emax crown is an ideal solution for patients who are correcting either of the following dental problems:
If you are experiencing either or multiple of the above issues, consider Emax crowns in Turkey. The treatment is professional, and the services meet the highest standards.
Once you decide you need the Emax crown treatment, the next thing you may be wondering about is how long the treatment will take. Usually, Emax crowns treatment can take up to 5 days to complete.
The newly crowned teeth may be sensitive immediately after the procedure and after the anesthesia wears off. If the crowned tooth still has a nerve in it, you may experience heat and cold sensitivity.
Sometimes, Emax crowns cementation decreases under the crown. The wearing out allows the crown to become loose and may allow bacteria to leak in and cause decay.
Decaying will result in a loose crown coming off. In that case, you will need to go back to the dentist or seek temporary tooth cementing.
The dark line is often the metal of the crown showing. While it might not be a problem, the dark line is cosmetically unacceptable.
Because Emax crowns feature a mixture of metals, an allergic reaction can occur. However, this allergic reaction is often a rare occurrence.
Most patients resume their normal operations as soon as the gums heal, which takes 7 to 10 days. However, note that the total recovery time is approximately three months depending on the patient’s body. The patient should avoid strenuous activities such as heavy lifting the first three days after the procedure.
Talk to your dentist about the specifics of your recovery process. In general, you need to take prescription medicine to help relieve pain and inhibit bacterial growth. Use an ice pack to reduce the swelling, and avoid hot foods for the first 24 hours after the procedure. Wear your stent or denture, and brush carefully to avoid further abrasion on the affected surface.
The Emax crowns are preferable because of their aesthetic appearance, and they fit more comfortably than the alternatives. They are also durable and tend to last for decades so long as the patient ensures proper care. The Emax crowns present a success rate of 95%.
Zirconia Crowns are a common alternative to Emax crowns. Zirconia crowns are durable, and they can withstand extreme pressure without chipping, cracking, or even breaking.
When placed on your molars, the zirconia crowns look natural enough and blend in with the natural teeth. However, Zirconia crowns do not have the same lifelike appearance as the Emax crowns, and they do not withstand close examination on your molars.
On your first visit, the dentist will examine and prepare the tooth that needs Emax crowning. The procedure might involve taking X-rays of the tooth and taking a mold of your tooth or mouth beforehand.
The dentist will file down and remove the outer part of your tooth. He makes an impression of the trimmed tooth and the surrounding teeth and puts a temporary crown over your tooth to protect it. The dentist will send the impression to a lab that makes the Emax crowns. The dentist will cement the crown to your tooth during the second visit.
Your procedure will begin with a face-to-face consultation with the dentist. The dentists will examine your teeth during the consultation to determine if the Emax crown is a suitable option. If the consultation is online, you need to send pictures of your teeth. You also need to inform the dentist about your dental history.
The dentist will use the information gathered from the initial consultation to prepare your treatment plan. The treatment plan considers your goals and expectations as communicated to the dentist. Therefore, the dentist will set the appointment while considering your preferences.
On arrival, the dentist will begin preparing the Emax crowns. During the preparation process, the dentist will take an x-ray of the teeth and the jawbone to check for signs of decay or other factors that may increase the risk of infection.
The dentist will place the permanent crowns on the top of your teeth. The dentist will send a digital impression to the laboratory and shape the tooth to allow crown placement.
After the Emax crown:
How Long Will Emax Crown Last?
An Emax crown can last up to 15 years. This is because Emax crown materials and cementation are highly durable.
How Are Emax Crowns Fitted?
The dentist will attach the temporary crown using the appropriate Emax crown cementation. This unique material provides a strong bond and is ideal for use when your permanent crown has arrived.
Which is better, Emax Crown or Zirconia Crown?
Both Emax crowns and zirconia crowns offer top-grade results for long-lasting dental crowns. However, EMax crowns are more translucent than zirconium.
How Long Does it Take To Make Emax Crown?
The dentist can prepare the Emax crown within 2-4 hours of the dental visit using digital scans. Once the crown is ready, the dentist cements it using the Emax crown cementation.
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