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Crowns

If a tooth is so damaged that conventional filling therapy would not be successful in the long term, the only possibility is to fit a crown.

For this it is necessary that the tooth is still well anchored in the gum. The crown takes on the function of the natural dental crown, protecting the remaining tooth from any further damage and restoring full masticator function.

The crowns are always made individually for the client in the dental technician laboratory. If you opt for a hardwearing crown, the quality of the production is very important. All this is reflected in the price.
It is therefore very important to plan and carry out this type of dental prosthesis with care.

There are many ways of preparing a crown, but we use only ZIRCONIUM!

ZIRCONIUM-Crown

ZIRCONIUM-Crowns

ZIRCONIUM-Crowns

The ZIRCONIUM-Crown that we use is made only from ZIRCONIUM without any ceramic bonded.
So nothing can chip away as it sometimes happens with metal bonded ceramic crowns. Due to it’s high level of permeability by light, these crowns are exactly the same as the natural dental colour.

A ZIRCONIUM-crown from different perspectives

A ZIRCONIUM-crown from different perspectives

A ZIRCONIUM-crown from different perspectives

A defect of amalgam over a large area is treated by using a porcelain crown in an aesthetic and functional way.

 

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