Crowns, sometimes also referred to as caps, restore the teeth to a cosmetically pleasing, natural-like, healthy state. They are needed to repair and restore function to decayed, defect or unsightly teeth and are fitted over one's existing teeth, maintaining and preserving them.
Ceramics have reached a high quality and standard of usage in dentistry, today they represent an indispensable substance for preservation and prosthetic therapy. With outstanding bio-compatibility, the aesthetic possibilities are almost unlimited. Thesmooth surface of ceramichinders deposits of plaque and tartar, whichmakes the ceramic veryeasy to clean. Plaque finds it very difficult to attach itself to the extremely hard surface, sothe gums around the crowns stay healthy.
Full ceramics enable this treatment to be used for people who suffer from a metal allergy.
Ceramic is a very hard material,the surface and the colour do not change with the passing of time.Ceramic tooth replacements are thereforevery stable and long-lasting.