What Is E-Max Crown? How Is The Treatment Done?


What Is E-Max Crown? How Is The Treatment Done?

What Is E-Max Crown?

At first glance, teeth are one of the most important features of our appearance. It can be said that if there are genetic or age-related abnormalities, lack of treatment or congenital dental malformations, deformities or discolorations that can cause health problems, crowns are a healthy and good solution to deal with this problem.

Veneering techniques that change and evolve daily ensure that anyone who is dissatisfied with the color, shape or health of their teeth has the opportunity to have a healthy and aesthetically pleasing smile.

And Max, with its fully reinforced glass-ceramic, is the closest veneer to a natural tooth. It has the translucency of natural teeth, is made without the use of metals and is friendly to the gums.

E Max crowns are best suited for use on front teeth as they have no metal retainers and are glass ceramic. They are more sensitive than zirconia crowns.

The biggest advantage of the E Max coating is that it can be prepared and applied individually.

A diseased or crooked tooth in the front teeth area can be treated without damaging neighboring teeth.

Thanks to its shade scale, this method allows the crown to be adapted to other existing teeth, making it the preferred and healthiest treatment method in recent times, both for individual teeth and for all front teeth.

Coating Treatment Method EMAX

The working time for E Max crowns varies from 7 to 10 days depending on the number of teeth.

Unlike other types of veneer, E Max is digitally modeled using CAD-CAM technology.

During this time, the doctor is visited three times. During the first visit, the teeth are slightly thinned and prepared for the crown.

During the second visit, the measurements are taken and the measurements are sent to the dental technician who prepares the teeth.

The adjustment is made on the third visit. If the doctor confirms acceptance, the crowns are fixed in place, completing the newly earned smile.

Does EMAX Coating Last A Lifetime?

All crowned teeth need care, just like our own teeth.

This care is no different than our existing teeth. Brush your teeth 2-3 times a day, floss your teeth every 2-3 days, and avoid hard foods. Just as we protect our existing teeth, it also prolongs the life of the teeth.

Veneered teeth E max.

With regular and proper maintenance, the life of the E Max coating can be specified at an average of 15 years.

Is EMAX Resurfacing A Painful Procedure?

As mentioned at the beginning, teeth are one of the most important parts of the aesthetic appearance. Straight, white teeth are essential for a pleasant smile and self-confidence.

When a person is dissatisfied with the color or texture of their teeth, they find it difficult to smile or try to hide their teeth in photos or videos, which has a negative impact on self-confidence.

This is where the E Max coating comes into play, helping you achieve a healthy and confident smile.

During this journey, as in any cosmetic dental procedure, it is normal to feel some pain.

This pain is not excruciatingly intense, and doctor-prescribed pain relievers allow for a comfortable healing process.

The Role of EMAX Corona Coating in Healthcare Tourism

Turkey is one of the most popular health tourism destinations for cosmetic dentistry and dental health. E Max veneer has been used for many years by leading clinics who are always at the forefront of technical development and innovation, as well as dentists who are experts in their field.

We would like to invite everyone to join our First Class Esthetic family and look forward to accompanying you on your journey to a carefree, healthy smile with our unwavering focus on customer satisfaction as one of the leading service providers in health tourism.

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