Emax-empress dental crowns veneers
Emax tooth is a unique veneer composed of translucent glass ceramic porcelain. It is bonded to the patient's natural teeth using specialty adhesives and has an extremely thin structure. Unlike other veneer treatments, Emax veneer, one of the porcelain tooth veneer processes, does not include a metal support infrastructure. All of it is made of porcelain. Because of this, people also refer to it as full porcelain veneer. However, in contrast to porcelain veneer, it is made of lithium disilicate, which is created by applying high pressure to deposit glass material on porcelain material in order to provide it more robust strength and strong power.
Emax tooth, which is thought to be the most lasting veneer, has a structure that is quite similar to that of real teeth and offers a very attractive tooth appearance along with additional cosmetic benefits including light transmission. They can operate normally for up to ten years with proper oral and dental care. Emax teeth can be applied to premolar teeth, incisors, and canines (front teeth). They are typically utilised for aesthetic purposes. While emax teeth are not suited for lengthy bridge treatments, they can be used for anterior teeth in shorter bridge procedures. The breaking risk is smaller than with zirconium veneers.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of emax-empress veneer treatment?
The Emax veneer process offers a number of benefits, but it also has certain drawbacks. The following is a list of them:
- Emax veneer process makes it possible to get the desired outcome fast and without having to wait a long time.
- Natural-looking teeth can be achieved by producing Emax teeth in the exact colour, shape, and form that is required.
- Because Emax teeth are more glossy and slippery and have a very low liquid absorption capacity, they are more resistant to stains and discolouration.
- The exceptional strength that Emax teeth receive from the use of special materials and production techniques makes them incredibly resistant to breaking and abrasion.
- Because the material used to make Emax teeth is so highly biocompatible, they do not trigger allergic reactions in the oral cavity or dental tissues.
- Because of their ability to reflect and transmit light, Emax teeth have a remarkably youthful and natural-looking smile.
- The dentist using emax veneer process needs to have a great deal of experience and high-quality dental clinic because it is a very sensitive treatment.
- When compared to alternative dental veneer techniques, it is more costly.
- The need to meticulously and minutely arrange every step of the Emax veneer treatment procedure from start to finish.
- Because of its structural makeup, emax teeth have constraints when it comes to some procedures, such as long bridges and posterior teeth.
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