Dental Crown

Dental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth when fillings don’t solve the problem. Dental crowns can be made out of metals, porcelain, resin and ceramics. They typically don’t require special care over time other than regular good oral hygiene.

E-Max • Zirconia • Metal Porcelan


E-Max Crown

E-Max Crown

Tooth Replacement

The E-Max crown is the newest and most expensive type of crown. It is preferred over zirconium crowns because it is tougher and more durable. It is less prone to chipping than zirconium crowns. E-MAX crowns are made from lithium desilicated ceramic, a material that has been harvested for its translucent color and durability. As a result, you get a crown that is tough and durable, but looks exactly like your other teeth. The only downside of E-MAX crowns is the cost. E-MAX crowns are the best ones out there, so it is more than worth it to spend extra.



  • Great aesthetics. They look great in your mouth.
  • They can be durable and very strong.
  • They provide a great choice both for front and back teeth.

The main DISADVANTAGES of E-Max Crowns include:

  • They could be more expensive, especially to the dentist (who may or may not transfer that cost to you)
  • Some dental professionals have reported failures using E-Max for posterior teeth, especially when doing multiple units.
Zirconia Crown

Zirconia Crown

Tooth Bridge Implant

Zirconia Crowns are restorations that cover the external portion of a tooth down to the gum level. They can be used to simply restore a damaged tooth or they can be layered with porcelain to blend seamlessly with the neighboring natural teeth. Like porcelain crowns, zirconia crowns are indicated in situations where tooth decay has destroyed most of the original tooth or a large part of the tooth has fractured due to trauma. The main advantage can be seen in people with severe tooth wear from acid erosion or from grinding or clenching one’s teeth.




  • They provide great aesthetics
  • They are strong and long-lasting (less possibilities of chipping or breaking).
  • The process can be less time consuming because zirconia can be cut and shaped at the same dental office. There’s no need to send them over to a dental lab.
  • Zirconia Crowns are less likely to wear down due to their strength.
  • The main DISADVANTAGES of Zirconia Crowns include:
  • Their strength can make the teeth they bite against wear down easily.
  • Solid Zirconia can be difficult to adjust
Metal Porcelan

Metal Porcelan

Total Mouth

Porcelain fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns are another widely used type of dental crowns. They provide both strength (due to their metal structure) and aesthetics (due to the porcelain coat that covers the cap).



  • They provide great aesthetics and durability
  • They’ve been around for over 50 years. We know they work well.
  • They are less costly than all porcelain crowns

However, the DISADVANTAGES of PFMs include:

  • The metal in these crowns may cause a grey line at the gumline. This may not give the 100% aesthetic look that all porcelain crowns provide.
  • For people who clench their teeth, this type of crown may wear down more easily against the opposing teeth.

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