Zirconia Crowns: You Deserve the Best
We are proud to be on the cutting edge of dental care, and part of that is our commitment to utilizing the latest technology available to the field. That is why we offer dental zirconia blanks, which are the best option for people who need crowns placed on their teeth.
Zirconia crowns are made of a special type of ceramic material. It is the hardest and most durable crowning material available in the dental industry, providing unparalleled advantages for patients. These crowns are molded by computer modeling, making them fit as accurately as possible.
Another cutting edge advantage of zirconia crowns is their durability. They last much longer than traditional crowns, making them a better investment for patients.
Traditional crowns are also visibly noticeable in the mouth, but the white and semi-translucent look of zirconia crowns give them a natural look that is virtually indistinguishable from actual teeth. In fact, they can be layered and shaped to look exactly like your other teeth. This superior aesthetic makes zirconia crowns a very attractive option.
Zirconia crowns are also biocompatible, meaning they do not cause any irritation with the surrounding parts of your body. There is no risk for adverse reactions to your body, making them a much better long term option.
You deserve the best dental care available. Your teeth, gums, and dental care are too important to not take advantage of all the dental field has to offer. If you are interested in zirconia crowns, contact us today to learn more!
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