Emax crowns are a new generation of aesthetic dental coating treatment. It is applied to correct the appearance of the front incisors, especially in patients with aesthetic concerns about the front teeth.
Emax coating is the most preferred dental coating used in this sense. The fact that the incisors are stronger in the processes of chewing and chipping is one of the reasons for choosing this method of treatment.
Emax Crown Prep
Emax crowns can be prepared quickly and conveniently in the dentist’s office. The dentist first begins preparations by removing a thin layer of the natural tooth structure. Then, with the help of digital or classical systems, he creates a model of the patient’s teeth.
Finally, the milling machine cuts the monolithic block of lithium disilicate to produce the appropriate shape of the dental prosthesis. This means that the crown is made of a single block. That is why Emax crowns have a fairly strong structure.
The final stage of Emax dental coating application is when the dentist adjusts the crown according to the tooth and attaches it to the tooth. The Emax coating process can be completed in a single appointment.
Emax Crowns Before and After
Before an Emax treatment, teeth are prepared for the coating by conducting a pre-coating examination. Before the coating, the teeth are professionally cleaned by performing appropriate treatments. After all the necessary conditions are provided for the coating, the stages of dental treatment of veneers are as follows:
- The teeth are measured, and temporary molds are placed on the teeth until the coatings are prepared.
- If a problem occurs during the stay of the molds on the teeth, it is immediately intervened and the problems that may occur when the coating is made are solved.
- Emax veneers are prepared with 3D systems in a computer environment. The teeth that are ready are applied to the mouth on the given appointment day.
If a problem does not occur, the dental veneer treatment process ends in about 3 sessions. After the tooth coating treatment is over, it is important that the patient pays attention to oral and dental care and comes to regular check-ups. Dental treatments performed by specialist physicians can be used healthily for many years if the necessary conditions are met.
Emax Crowns Cost
The cost of Emax veneers can vary from one place to another. There are several reasons for such price differences.
Some of the factors influencing the treatment costs are the doctor’s experience, price policy of the hospital, dental health of the patient, materials used in the treatment, and the location of the hospital.
A dentist needs to examine the dental condition of the patient in order to give precise information about the Emax dental crown price.
Emax Crowns Cost Turkey
Turkey is among the most preferred countries when it comes to medical tourism. Therefore, there are many dentists that are used to treating patients from other countries.
Moreover, getting Emax veneers in Turkey is relatively cheaper compared to many other countries. This means that you can get treated for a cheaper price and enjoy the rest of your time as a tourist.
Zirconia Crown vs Emax
The differences between Emax crowns and zirconium are mainly due to the material used in the construction of these two crowns. Since they are made of different materials, they can be used in different treatment methods.
The differences between Emax crowns and zirconium are significant when the dentist is determining the method of treatment. Dentists decide upon the type of treatment by considering which material will be more advantageous for which patient.
Emax requires higher technical accuracy. While there are many clinics that apply zirconium, the number of clinics and laboratories that apply Emax is less. Zirconium has a generally white opaque structure that shows metal element properties as an element property. Emax, on the other hand, is a completely glass-ceramic material.
These materials also have a lot in common. For example, they both do not contain metals.
Emax Crown Cementation
There are specifically produced gels and glues to be used in Emax crown cementation. These types of cement are biocompatible thus they do not cause problems in the mouth while keeping the crown in place.
How to Stain and Glaze Emax Crowns
Staining and glazing are methods used by dentists while preparing crowns. These methods are crucial to the production of Emax crowns.
Dentists first stain the dental crowns which means giving the crowns the color that suits the patients’ teeth. Then, stained crowns are glazed at high temperatures to finish off the process.
Porcelain Emax Crowns
Porcelain Emax crowns are the most aesthetically advanced coatings made of porcelain that has reinforced porcelain in its substructure or is completely reinforced as a block. There is no metal substructure or zirconium substructure in these crowns. The laboratory stages are carried out entirely with special computer-aided scanner and printer systems (CAD-Cam). Therefore, they are technically quite sensitive applications.
It is especially preferred for the front group teeth, where aesthetics is very important, for single tooth decays or short bridge applications, and for teeth with too much loss of substance to be laminated due to its aesthetic superiority over alternative materials.
Emax Ceramic Crown
Emax ceramic crown is the most well-known brand of empress porcelain application, which is called full ceramic coating or full porcelain coating. It is a type of coating made entirely of ceramic material that has a long service life and is extremely aesthetically successful.
It is a good option that is preferred for many dental problems such as damaged, broken, or discoloration. In the classic Emax coating, the tooth is made thinner, and the coating is made with Emax ceramic, while it can also be used as the infrastructure material of a different coating.
Emax Crowns vs Porcelain Crowns
Both materials are often used in aesthetic dentistry practice and give satisfactory results. Both of them use porcelain, not metal, as an infrastructure. However, the aesthetic result to be obtained in Empress (Emax) coatings is higher than in porcelain crowns.
For this reason, empress dental veneers are recommended to obtain a natural tooth appearance when it is necessary to cover one or two teeth in the front tooth area, where the aesthetic result is very important. Empress dental veneers can be preferred especially if there is no need for a bridge in patients where all teeth are present.
Monolithic Emax Crown
Monolithic Emax crowns has some differences from classic Emax crowns:
- Classical Emax is applied to the teeth sequentially, while monolithic zirconium is applied in blocks.
- Thanks to the monolithic application process the strength of the crown increases
- Monolithic Emax has a higher light transmittance and more natural-looking coating details than conventional Emax.
- In addition to these differences, a monolithic Emax crown allows you to complete the coating treatment period in a shorter time.
Difference Between Zirconia and Emax Crown
E-max and zirconia have similar properties such as light transmittance and white color. But, while full porcelain veneers (Emax) are specially chosen for coating front teeth because they can be applied with less abrasion on the front teeth, it would be right to choose zirconium veneers for back teeth because of the high resistance it offers.
How to Cement Emax Crown
First of all, before cementing the Emax crown, the dentist prepares the tooth by cleaning it and thinning it to make it suitable for the crown.
After the tooth has been made ready, cement is prepared by mixing the base and catalyst, and then the crown is filled with cement.
Finally, the cement-filled crown is put on top of the tooth and excess cement is cleaned.
Emax Crowns Disadvantages
Emax crowns are usually not preferred for the rear molar teeth because they are fully made out of porcelain.
In addition to this, this treatment option may cost more than other treatment options that include crowns made out of metal materials.
However, both these disadvantages are not important for those who prioritize aesthetics.
Emax Crowns Turkey
Emax crown treatments are among the most popular dental treatment options for people coming from other countries. You can not only achieve perfect-looking healthy teeth but also travel to Turkey and visit fascinating tourist destinations.
How Much Do Emax Crowns Cost
Emax crowns are an all-ceramic aesthetic coating treatment consisting of many different elements (lithium disilicate glass and quartz, lithium dioxide, phosphor oxide, alumina, and potassium oxide).
Emax prices may vary depending on the oral and dental health of the person to whom the treatment will be performed and how many teeth will be treated.
You can contact us to get more information about Emax treatment costs.
What is an Emax Crown Made of?
Emax coating is a form of lithium disilicate ceramics. It is one of the best materials on the market among dental decking materials.
To briefly mention its advantages:
- The Emax coating is durable and has properties similar to a natural tooth.
- It has a translucent appearance. Thanks to this, it is difficult to distinguish it from natural teeth.
- It does not contain metals.
- It can be worked more finely than zirconium.
- Each coating is specially produced for each tooth and for each patient. Thanks to this, full compliance is ensured.
- It is more transparent than standard zirconium. Ceramic material allows more light to pass through and provides a natural look.
What Cement Do You Use for Emax Crowns?
The cement that is going to be used in crown treatment should always be chosen in accordance with the material of the crown. You can always ask your dentist about the materials and the type of cement they are using before a dental application.