Dental prosthesis with all-ceramic crown
As with veneers, it is also essential to pay close attention to the later shape, structure, surface of the neighbouring teeth, incidence of light, colour and the overall appearance, especially in the case of a single crown in the visible area.
All-ceramic crown – usage in the practice
Example of an old, unsightly crown
The following is a special situation.
An unsightly crown can be seen in the picture on the left with a gap next to the front tooth. The tooth appears much too small. Unmanly. But it is also because the natural number 2 tooth on the other side is missing and the prominent canine protrudes.
In order to restore harmony, the artificial crown must be designed like a canine tooth.
Example for old crowns with exposed necks of teeth
This is a situation that many people are familiar with:
- 4 old crowns
- Lifeless looking
- Tooth necks are visibly exposed
- Teeth appear longer and longer
- Lip seems collapsed
- The middle of the teeth does not match up with the middle of the upper lip.
The new crowns have corrected these issues and the upper lip with the new crowns appears naturally fuller again.
In the first picture, two darker old crowns stand out and the lateral incisor on the right has a very large, unsightly plastic filling. The lady had already bleached the upper teeth at the time of the photos – you can clearly see the difference to the lower teeth.
The old crowns were given E-Max crowns in the picture on the left, the lateral incisor was given a veneer.
Your dental practice in the centre of Stade
When choosing the location of our practice, we made sure that it was within easy reach. It is very close to parking facilities and public transport stops.
|Bike stands||right in front of the door|
|Multi-storey car park||about 2 minutes|
|Bus stop (Pferdemarkt)||about 2 minutes|
|Station (S-Bahn and train)||about 8 minutes|