Emax Crown


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Emax Crown

What is Emax Coating?

Various veneer materials are used in dentistry in order to provide a natural and aesthetic appearance to patients. The coating material called Emax is a porcelain material obtained by firing the ceramic without using any metal support and thus increasing its durability. Emax coating, which is obtained by completely firing ceramics, is also called full porcelain teeth. This ceramic material, which brings power and beauty together, is emax; It is among the aesthetic materials preferred by dentists for reasons such as the absence of metal content and high light transmittance.

On Which Teeth Can Emax Veneer Be Applied?

Emax veneers are frequently applied to anterior incisors by dentists for reasons such as the absence of metal content, high light permeability, providing a natural and aesthetic appearance to the person, as well as being long-lasting. It can also be applied to the teeth in the mouth that do not exert much force. Other preferred areas of Emax coating are as follows.
Yellowed Teeth: Teeth that have changed color due to consumed food, drinks and age are also included in the application area of ​​emax veneer.
Curved Teeth: It is a type of veneer that is preferred for arranging and restoring the structure of distorted teeth, which have defective alignment and position, and curved teeth.
Broken Teeth: It is also used in the treatment of damaged teeth due to deep dental caries or broken teeth due to trauma.
Root Canal Treated Teeth: Teeth with root canal treatment may tend to change color and break. Emax veneer is also preferred in the repair of teeth that are prone to breakage and discolored in this way.

Emax Coating Advantages

One of the biggest advantages of Emax coating is its aesthetic appearance. In addition, the fact that it will not cause any reaction in the patient due to the absence of metal material makes the emax coating reliable. The fact that it is suitable for the human body and bone structure is among the reasons for preference. In addition to being aesthetic, the high light transmittance and appearance close to the natural tooth make this veneer important. The Emax coating is made of glass ceramic and thus has sufficient durability against chewing behavior. Its durability supports its longevity. The slippery surface of the Emax coating prevents the formation of tartar on the teeth and thus prevents the occurrence of gingival disorders.

Emax Coating Disadvantages

Dentists do not prefer to use it on posterior grinding teeth due to the absence of metal material in its content. It may be a little more costly than metal coatings, but thanks to its aesthetic appearance, this cost does not stand out.

How Long Is Emax Coating Used?

Although it will vary according to the use of the person, it can be used for many years without any problems if oral care is provided regularly and the dentist is checked.

How is Emax Coating Applied?

For emax veneer, which can be applied practically by dentists, the teeth are first examined in detail during the examination, and it is decided which teeth to apply emax veneer according to the needs and wishes of the patient. Afterwards, the teeth that are decided to have emax veneer are measured and sent to the laboratory for preparation. Preparation time varies according to how many teeth it will be applied. If there is no oral and dental problem, the veneers are applied to the patient’s teeth after they are ready. In order to have healthier and more aesthetic smiles, you can make an appointment and be examined and get detailed information.

Treatment Summary

Number of Transactions


Return to Work Process


Processing Time

10 Days

Full Recovery Process


Anesthesia Method

Local anesthesia

Persistence of Results

5 Years

Sensitivity Process


Eating - Drinking Process

2 Hours Later

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