Dental crowns

With expert craftsmanship and top quality materials, we transform the smile of every client

Dental crowns are the best choice for your teeth

Dental crowns are a material of the latest generation, a revolution in stomatology.

Highly aesthetic restorations that are completely BIOCOMPATIBLE, which means that they do not cause any reaction of the surrounding tissues.

They mimic the natural characteristics of teeth and transmit light like a natural tooth. Zirconium crowns fit much better into the dental row, especially in situations where not all teeth are replaced but only some of them and it is not possible to distinguish them.

Dental crowns represent a combination of superior quality and durability of restorations.

The mechanical properties of metal-free crowns are similar to those of metal-ceramic crowns, but the advantages are far greater. 

Metal-ceramic crowns have a metal alloy inside, on which ceramic is applied from the outside. Therefore, with metal-ceramic crowns, there is a possibility of the appearance of a gray edge, when the gums begin to recede over time. This cannot happen with metal-free crowns, because the inside of the crown itself is tooth-colored, so receding the gums will not damage the aesthetic effect.

Dental crowns are the best choice for your teeth

Zirconium crowns are a material of the latest generation, a revolution in stomatology.

Highly aesthetic restorations that are completely BIOCOMPATIBLE, which means that they do not cause any reaction of the surrounding tissues.

They mimic the natural characteristics of teeth and transmit light like a natural tooth. Zirconium crowns fit much better into the dental row, especially in situations where not all teeth are replaced but only some of them and it is not possible to distinguish them.

Zirconium crowns represent a combination of superior quality and durability of restorations.

The mechanical properties of metal-free crowns are similar to those of metal-ceramic crowns, but the advantages are far greater.

Metal-ceramic crowns have a metal alloy inside, on which ceramic is applied from the outside. Therefore, with metal-ceramic crowns, there is a possibility of the appearance of a gray edge, when the gums begin to recede over time. This cannot happen with metal-free crowns, because the inside of the crown itself is tooth-colored, so receding the gums will not damage the aesthetic effect.

Zirconium crowns are made using CAD-CAM technology, which includes:

  • Computer scan of the print
  • very precise grinding and laser cutting of zirconium
  • results in a precise fitting of the prosthetics
  • we preserve the surrounding dental tissue as much as possible

The edge of the metal-free crown is extremely precise, computer-processed, so that the contact between the crown and the gums is almost perfect.

Crowns and bridges, in addition to compensating for lost teeth, can also protect teeth from further decay and cracking, they can also extend the life of periodontopathic teeth, and thus properly distribute pressure on other teeth and reduce the possibility of migration, i.e. movements of individual teeth.

Zirconium crowns are made using CAD-CAM technology, which includes:

  • Computer scan of the print
  • very precise grinding and laser cutting of zirconium
  • results in a precise fitting of the prosthetics
  • we preserve the surrounding dental tissue as much as possible

The edge of the metal-free crown is extremely precise, computer-processed, so that the contact between the crown and the gums is almost perfect.

Crowns and bridges, in addition to compensating for lost teeth, can also protect teeth from further decay and cracking, they can also extend the life of periodontopathic teeth, and thus properly distribute pressure on other teeth and reduce the possibility of migration, i.e. movements of individual teeth.

BioHPP

BioHPP material (high performance polymers) has found its place in modern dentistry as an exceptional solution for making crowns, bridges and prostheses.

PEEK (polyetheretherketone) has long been used in medicine as an implant material (vertebral prostheses, artificial hips and other prostheses) because it is most similar to human bone, and for the needs of dentistry, it is enriched with ceramic particles, resulting in BioHPP.

This biocompatible and metal-free material due to its elasticity is close to that of bone it is an excellent solution for the construction of prosthetic restorations especially with large works on implants. It is subject to torsion just like human bone during chewing functions, and it is lighter than other materials and thus protects implants from overload.

Since it is not soluble in liquids there is almost no allergy to it, and its white color complements the application of this material aesthetically. BioHPP forms the construction of prosthetic work, and crowns and bridges are made of metal-free ceramics or composite materials.