E.max Crowns Lab from China
Robust E.max Crowns
E.max crowns are called cast ceramic teeth, also known as all-ceramic restoration. It is made of a new ceramic material that can be cast. It is superior to PFM teeth in appearance and biological properties. The inner crown of E.max is porcelain, a transparent skeleton with no metal base layer.
Robust has specialized in producing different types of E.max crowns, including E.max Crowns, Zirconia Crowns, and Bridges. All our E.max crowns have 5 years warranty. Several ways are available in Robust to produce the Zirconia Crowns, like CAD/ CAM, Traditional Way, our in-lab manufacturing time is as soon as 4 days.
Featured E.max Crowns
E.max is the most natural-looking. However, an E.max crown is not as strong as a zirconia crown. So It is suitable for individual crowns, or for a 2-unit splinted crowns. In order to function well, and E.max crown should be at least 0.7 mm thick. Therefore, dentists have to grind more of the patient’s natural teeth.
Zirconia Crowns and Bridges
A zirconia crown might not be as natural looking as an E.max one, but much stronger. It is highly suitable for a long bridge and for front and back teeth. With zirconia, dentists do not need to grind too much of the patients’ natural teeth. In fact, we can make very natural looking zirconia cases – craftsmanship can make a difference.
Robust E.max Crowns Specification
|Material for E.max copings:||IPS E.max Ingots (CE 0123)|
|Material for ceramic:||E.max Ceram (CE 0123)|
|In-lab manufacturing time:||4 days|
|Way of manufacturing:||CAD/ CAM, Traditional Way|
|Design software:||3 Shape|
|Our scanning device:||Shining 3D|
|Our 3D printing machine for wax copings:||MoonRay|
E.max Crowns Lab Equipment & Material
E.max Press Machines
E.max Coping Material (IPS E.max Ingots)
Ceramic Material (E.max Ceram)
E.max Crown FAQ Guide
1. What is E.max Crown?
E-Max crowns are the newest and most expensive kind of crown. The Emax brand is the latest in dental crowns, made of lithium silicate ceramic, a strong, specially harvested material known for its strength and aesthetic qualities. It is less likely to fall off than a zirconium crown. This way, your crown is strong and durable and looks exactly like any other tooth. The only downside to the E-MAX crown is the cost. The E-MAX crown is the best, so it’s worth the extra money. This feature makes it a popular choice for crown restorations, especially on incisors.
2. When do you want max crowns?
Crowns can be used in different situations. For example, if you’ve had root canal treatment for a tooth infection, you’ll need a crown to protect the treated tooth from damage, which can become brittle after treatment and discolor over time. Also, crowns are usually worn for aesthetics. Stains that cannot be treated with bleach, such as those caused by fluoride, may require a crown to cover. They also need bridges when support from adjacent teeth is needed to replace missing teeth.
3. How many kinds of crowns are there?
There are two types of crowns: ceramic-metal hybrid crowns and all-ceramic crowns. Ceramic hybrid crowns are the so-called traditional crowns. These are usually the cheapest crowns, but they have the most drawbacks, including an unsightly appearance, and the discomfort of possible allergic reactions. There are two types of all-ceramic crowns: zirconium crowns and E-MAX crowns.
4. Are there any disadvantages to the E-max crown?
Regarding E-max crowns, there are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on crown restorations. Compared to the back teeth, the front teeth usually don’t generate a lot of force when chewing food. So, in these areas, E-max crown is the best choice.
Also, since the incisors are the most visible, they require crowns that exactly match the color of the adjacent teeth. However, the use of zirconium or E-max ceramic crowns should be avoided in posterior or posterior teeth with heavier mastication. Especially when multiple teeth need to be capped, such as in the case of multi-unit crowns, such as in the case of bridges. These areas should be repaired with cermet crowns for better strength. People with a habit of grinding their teeth, known as bruxism, should not be advised to use E-max crowns as they may not be able to withstand such heavy forces, even on their front teeth.
So basically the E-max crown is not suitable for heavy troops.
The second possible downside of the E-max crown is its cost. It is more expensive than a zirconia crown and even more expensive than a basic cermet crown. This is the most common reason most people are reluctant to choose E-max.
5. What are the benefits of E.max Crown?
The E.max crown has many advantages over its competitors and is an ideal crown choice.
1) Close to natural teeth
Emax crowns are partially translucent, giving your teeth a natural look since human teeth are also translucent. Unlike zirconia crowns, they don’t give the impression that you put something artificial on your front teeth. In contrast, zirconia caps may look a little opaque. This may be fine for posterior teeth, but for visible anterior teeth, max crowns are more aesthetically pleasing than zirconia crowns. Sometimes zirconia canopy with Emax material overcomes this disadvantage. This technique makes crowns more aesthetically pleasing and stronger.
2) All-ceramic prosthesis is durable
Emax crowns look more natural and more durable than full mouth Emax crowns compared to zirconia.
Unlike PFM (Porcelain Fused Metal), the Emax crown does not have any metal underneath the ceramic. On a porcelain crown, the metal is covered with a thin layer of porcelain, and a layer of grey metal can be seen at the gum line. This doesn’t look natural.
Emax-based prostheses look completely natural, just like your natural teeth. Compared to ceramic zirconia crowns, max crowns are more durable and less prone to fall off. They are made with lithium silicate glass ceramic, which gives them strength and helps them last longer. They are less likely to crack or break.
3) The milling process creates the perfect shape
One of the advantages of Emax crowns is the ease of milling with CAD-CAM. CAD-CAM milling is a procedure used by dentists to give crowns the perfect shape and size to match a patient’s natural teeth. In this technique, a digital impression of the tooth is made, which is then imported into CAD-CAM software. Then create a custom crown.
4) Preserves the natural structure of the teeth
For better oral health, it is important to have a good natural tooth structure. Emax crowns are crack resistant and can form a very thin layer, which helps preserve more of the original tooth. During preparation, the dentist does not need to remove as much natural tooth structure, resulting in greater tooth strength.
5) Various options
Dental restorations with the Emax system are available in veneers, inlays, onlays, overlays, and short span bridges.
While max crowns may be more expensive than other solutions, they are still ahead of the competition in terms of aesthetics and tooth protection.
6. Why do people choose E.max crowns?
E.max crowns are by far the strongest ceramic crowns that can be integrated into a tooth.
The strength of the ceramic crown is very important. E.max is about four times stronger than the porcelain on those old metal crowns. Many dentists using Cerec use materials that are half as strong as e.max. These materials are less expensive than e.max and have shorter processing times, but often break after a few years of use. Compared to e.max, studies have shown that e.max shows little breakage after more than 4 years of use. Zirconia is the only ceramic crown material that is stronger than e.m max, but it does not bond to the teeth. Teeth with zirconia crowns must be drilled to the gum line and are a great option for those who grind their teeth.
Aesthetics is another reason to choose the e.max crown. They are more transparent and realistic than zirconia crowns. In fact, most people use e.max for veneer because of its strength and beauty.
7. How is it different from ordinary zirconium crowns?
Both max and zirconia crowns are made of cutting-edge materials that make them beautiful and long-lasting, but they all have their own advantages and disadvantages.
Max’s crowns are made of glass ceramic material and are very durable. Traditional porcelain crowns are as durable as natural teeth, but e.max porcelain crowns are more durable. That means they’re less likely to chip, crack, or break. With the right care, they have the potential to last for decades – maybe even a lifetime! E.max crowns look even more natural than traditional porcelain crowns because the material is translucent, like natural tooth enamel Same. This gives the crown a more natural look. They can also be colored to match your natural teeth, so even from a close-up, no one can tell your e.max crown is not a natural tooth!
Technically, zirconia crowns are considered porcelain crowns because they are made of artificial stone, but the artificial stone is made of a titanium-like metal called zirconium dioxide. Therefore, these crowns benefit from a balance of strength between metal and porcelain crowns. Like metal crowns, they are very strong and durable, with a Mohs scale of 8.5. This means that even if you eat the hardest foods, they’re less likely to crumble, split, or break. While zirconia crowns have the strength of metal, they are naturally white and can be tinted to match your natural teeth, so they look more like porcelain crowns. That said, they don’t look as natural as traditional porcelain crowns. We have a solution, though: ZMAX. This material mixes zirconia with several other materials to help your crown look natural while maintaining the strength of zirconia.
- Which is better under what circumstances?
The biggest advantage of zirconia crowns is their durability. They can withstand extreme pressure without cracking, without breaking – and they can do so for decades! Durability and strength are critical to crowns on molars because of the incredible force you generate when you chew. This makes zirconia crowns ideal for your molars. Also, when placed on molars, zirconia crowns look natural enough to blend in with your natural teeth. Although they don’t have the lifelike appearance of e.max crowns, they don’t require a close inspection on your molars. After all, your molars aren’t visible when you’re smiling, and usually only appear when you’re talking or laughing, so your zirconia crowns can easily fuse together like natural teeth.
When a tooth in your smile needs a crown, you want to make sure the crown looks as natural as possible. This is where the e.max crowns really shine! Their natural translucency adds extra depth to their natural appearance, making them look like real teeth even up close. You also don’t have to worry about their durability as the e.max crowns are still very durable. Also, crowns installed on incisors do not require the durability of zirconia crowns because they do not experience the same masticatory pressure as molars. E.max crowns provide your incisors with enough durability to look like natural teeth, so they are an ideal solution for incisors. They don’t just blend into your smile; they make your smile even more beautiful!
- Does the price make a difference?
Both zirconia and e.m max crowns are more expensive than traditional ceramic crowns, but the value gained from the life of the crown is worth it for many patients. However, of the two crowns, the e.max crown is the most expensive. This extra cost is another reason why you want an e.max crown that is only visible when you smile. However, when you have a crown on a protruding tooth, an e.max crown can make all the difference in your smile. If you are concerned about your budget, our ZMAX solutions cost significantly less than e.max crowns but look natural, making them a great option for your front teeth.
8. How is the Emax crown installed?
It really depends on the condition of your teeth, but here are the typical steps:
Your dentist will examine and clean your teeth first.
Then, using a small drill, the teeth are reshaped so that the crown fits them.
Depending on the degree of damage or staining, some teeth may be removed or drilled. If you have very small teeth, sometimes tooth loss is negligible.
After this, the dentist will make a digital impression of your teeth using a mold filled with dental putty. This is used as a cast crown.
For two or three weeks, you may have to wear a temporary crown until the new one is not ready.
9. Who can benefit the most from the e-max cap?
Emax crowns strengthen existing teeth and improve their appearance. People with stained, broken teeth, and anyone who needs a crown will benefit the most.
Maximum crowns and veneers are a good restorative option if you have stained teeth. All-ceramic prostheses are completely transparent and chip resistant. Emax material will protect your teeth from stains caused by acidic and strongly colored foods and beverages.
2) Crooked Teeth
Front teeth are often crooked, but dentists can correct this with maximum crowns, which restore the structure and shape of crooked teeth.
3) Post-root canal
Root canal surgery often leaves teeth very weak and fragile. These fragile teeth can be repaired with Emax. The Emax crown is a great fusion of aesthetics and power.
4) Broken teeth
Emax crowns to repair broken teeth due to trauma or accident, providing strength and support to broken teeth. Emax can help prevent further tooth breakage.
10. How strong is the E.max crown and how long will it last?
The strength of the crown is one of the most important considerations when choosing a crown material. Emax crowns have a lifespan of about 10 years or more. They are made of extremely hard lithium disilicate material.
Most notably, a single piece of lithium disilicate was used to make the Emax crown. This ensures that there are no seams in the construction and the crown can withstand maximum pressure. This durable crown has a low chance of breaking. Its compressive strength is quite high compared to other crown materials, the Emax crown material has a strength rating of 500 MPa, which means it can resist very high pressures without cracking or failing.
11. Can the E.max crown be bleached?
Emax crowns may fade with prolonged exposure to wine, coffee, or smoking. Brushing and flossing cannot remove these stains. The only way to get them white again is to replace them.
12. How do people like the E.max crown?
Whether you’re wearing one or several tiaras, following these five simple tips can ensure your tiara will give you a beautiful smile for years to come.
Although crowns are durable and strong, they can still be damaged, just like natural teeth. Chewing on ice or hard candies can crack or break your crown, which means you’ll need to replace your crown sooner than normal. Sticky or very chewy foods can also cause problems, either by weakening or loosening the crown or by allowing goo to get stuck between the crown and the gums. If possible, it is best not to eat these foods. Also, keep in mind that the durable porcelain from which crowns are made is meant to prevent staining. This resistance also means it can’t whiten like your natural teeth. Before wearing a crown, you may want to have a professional whitening treatment to make sure your crowns match your teeth when they look their best. Well, if you decide to go for teeth whitening in the future, your crown will still blend in perfectly with your teeth.
- Keeping your teeth healthy by brushing and flossing
Your crown may be “artificial,” but the teeth that support it still require daily oral care to stay healthy and healthy. Even if the crown covers the entire surface of the tooth, you still need to brush the crown carefully to remove the sticky plaque and keep the crown in top condition. Flossing is also important because bacteria and food particles can still get trapped between the crown and gum or between adjacent teeth. When you have a temporary crown (before your permanent crown is in place), you will be told to be careful not to dislodge the crown when flossing. But your permanent crowns stick to stronger cement, so you can floss your crowns just like you floss other teeth. Also, even if your teeth are covered with crowns, you may still have sensitivity issues when eating hot or cold food (this is normal). If you have sensitive teeth, use toothpaste designed for sensitive teeth.
Do you bite your nails? Pencils, ice, or other hard objects? Grind your teeth when stressed? Use your teeth as “tools” to open hard-to-remove bottle caps? Stop. Not only do these habits damage your crowns, they can also damage or damage your natural teeth. Also, hard objects can chip, get stuck between the gums, and even damage the gums. If you’ve tried breaking these habits before without success, it’s time to redouble your efforts. Not only will your teeth and gums thank you, you can also protect your COVID-19 investment.
It’s one thing to try to control a grinding habit while you’re awake; at least, you know what you’re doing. The problem is, a lot of people grind and grit their teeth while they sleep, which means they may not even realize it. Grinding and clenching your teeth may not seem like a serious problem, but over time they can cause serious damage to your teeth. A normal bite creates 200 pounds of pressure per square inch; as you grind and clench your teeth, this pressure can increase significantly, meaning your risk of cracking your crown increases. Dr. Saeghi can tell if you have a grinding habit by looking at your teeth and gums. If you prefer, he can also customize a night guard to protect your teeth and protect your crown while you sleep.
- visit the dentist regularly
Routine checkups and cleanings every six months are important to ensure that the gums around the crown remain healthy, as well as to keep your teeth healthy. In addition, Dr. Saeghi can visit your clinic regularly to check on your crown to make sure it’s still “sitting” and fit so it can last for years.
In modern dentistry, we use state-of-the-art technology and materials to provide our patients with beautiful and durable crowns. To learn more about crowns and how they can help restore your smile, book an appointment online today.
If you’re considering a crown, it’s best not to compromise on aesthetics and strength. Emax crowns look and perform much better than most other crowns, which is probably why most dentists recommend them. Emax is a multi-year solution that looks good every day.
With all that said, here’s how the Emax compares to another crown:
|Zirconia crowns||Emax ceramic crowns||PFM (traditional crowns)|
|Material||Zirconium composition||Lithium disilicate||Porcelain fused to metal|
|Strength rating||1,200 MPa||500 MPa||150 MPa|
|Aesthetics||Ranges from solid to translucent||Translucent to match natural teeth||Visible lines on front teeth|
|Cost||Approx. $1,000 per crown||Approx. $1,200 – $1,800 per crown||Approx. $1,000 – $1,200 per crown|