Zirconia crowns

1. Full-contoured Zirconia 

Monolithic restoration, also known as full contour, is a block of Zirconia used to restore single tooth or bridges with natural tooth-like anatomical structure  

Advantages:

  • No risk of porcelain chipping thanks to highly translucent full-contour zirconia solutions
  • Esthetic issue avoidance in restorations such as unmatched teeth color 
  • Great esthetics and strength without changing your daily routine.

Indications:

  • Crowns or molar bridges  

2. Layered

Layered zicornia is highly aesthetic and used in most restoration cases. Layered zirconia consists of a layer of zirconia porcelain with high durability and accuracy due to its design by a modern CAD / CAM system.

Advantages:

  • High aesthetics
  • No black gum line
  • High biological compatibility without gingivitis and bad breath
  • Large chewing force resistance

Indications:

  • Anterior and posterior crowns and bridges
  • Crowns used for srew-retained and cement-retained implant.

3. Multilayered 

Multilayered zirconia is a multicolored crown with high translucency and smooth gradation in the enamel, dentin, and dental cervix

Advantages:

  • Optimal transluency, high bearing capacity
  • High biocompatibility 
  • Easily processed material
  • Maximum protection of the patient's natural tooth structure

Indications:

  • Anterior and posterior crowns
  • 2-3 unit bridges
  • Veneers