All Ceramic Crowns in Nicosia

Revolutionizing Dental Restorations

All ceramic crowns are a game-changer in restorative dentistry.

Crafted with precision and designed to mimic the color and natural appearance of your own teeth, these dental crowns are a testament to modern dental technology.

Without the metallic base found in traditional crowns, all-ceramic restorations eliminate the risk of metal allergies and that unsightly dark line at the gum margin.

Whether you’re seeking to restore damaged teeth or simply aiming for that flawless smile, our skilled dentists at Symeou Dental Center ensure a perfect blend of expert care and cutting-edge treatment!

What Are All Ceramic Crowns?

All ceramic crowns are dental prosthetics that mimic the appearance and structural integrity of natural teeth. They are made of high-quality ceramic materials, known for their aesthetic elegance and enduring strength.

Our dentists use advanced techniques and premium materials to make all-ceramic dental crowns that offer exceptional results, aligned with our promise of providing superior dental care.

These crowns offer a remarkable solution for various dental concerns, from restoring cracked or discolored teeth to reshaping misaligned ones.

Each crown is carefully customized to fit flawlessly within the patient’s unique oral landscape, resulting in an impeccable blend of form and function.

Benefits of All-Ceramic Crowns

All-ceramic crowns are a favored option for dental restorations, offering many benefits, including:

Resembling natural teeth in color, texture, and translucency, these crowns provide an authentic look.

Ideal for patients with an allergy to metallic materials.

Suited for both front and back teeth, they offer strength and durability.

Unlike metal crowns, all-ceramic ones are less responsive to temperature changes, reducing sensitivity.

Custom-crafted to match your teeth perfectly, they ensure comfortable chewing and speaking.

Correct cosmetic issues like discoloration, gaps, or misshapen teeth.

With proper care, these crowns maintain their charm for years.

Designed with smooth margins, they promote gum well-being, preventing irritation and inflammation.

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All-Ceramic Crowns Procedure

Our experienced dentist will meticulously evaluate your oral health during your consultation and determine the suitability of all ceramic crowns for your unique needs.

1. Tooth Prep

Precise enamel removal ensures a snug fit for your new crown.

2. Impressions

Accurate molds help with custom crown fabrication.

3. Temporary Crown

It protects your oral health while your permanent crown is crafted.

4. Shade Matching

Dentist-technician collaboration ensures seamless color blending.

5. Crafting

Skilled technicians create a mirror-image crown.

6. Try-in and Adjustments

Crown perfection is achieved through meticulous adjustments.

7. Secure Bonding

The final crown is permanently affixed for a flawless fit.

8. Finishing

Polishing guarantees comfort and a natural feel.

9. Guidance

Post-procedure care and hygiene instructions ensure lasting results.

All-Ceramic Crowns Maintenance

Maintaining the allure and functionality of all ceramic crowns requires diligent care. At Symeou Dental Center, we recommend:

Use a soft-bristle toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste for crown cleaning.

Employ floss or interdental brushes to clean around and between teeth, including the crown.

Refrain from abrasive products that may scratch the crown’s surface.

Maintain a steady oral care regimen to preserve both natural teeth and the crown.

Limit sugary and acidic foods to safeguard both the crown and natural teeth.

Prevent crown damage by avoiding chewing on ice, pens, or hard items.

Regular dental visits ensure crown stability and overall oral health.

Frequently Asked Questions

The healing time after a dental crown procedure is relatively short and generally doesn’t involve a lengthy recovery period. In fact, most patients can resume their regular activities almost immediately after the procedure.

Any minor discomfort or sensitivity usually subsides within a few days. However, it’s important to note that the gums around the treated tooth might take a bit longer to fully adjust.

Within a week or two, you should feel completely comfortable with the new crown in place. Maintaining good oral hygiene, as your dentist recommends, will help ensure proper healing and minimize the risk of complications.

The lifespan of a ceramic crown varies depending on several factors, including the type of ceramic, the patient’s oral hygiene practices, and overall dental health. On average, well-maintained ceramic crowns can last 10 to 15 years or even longer.

After getting an all-ceramic crown, it’s generally safe to eat once the local anesthesia has worn off and you can comfortably chew without risking injury to the treated area. This typically takes a few hours, but individual recovery times can vary.

In the first few hours, avoid hot foods, beverages and sticky, chewy or crunchy foods that might cause discomfort. Choose soft foods like yogurt, smoothies, soup, or mashed potatoes. Be gentle with the food and try to chew on the opposite side of the mouth if possible.

All-ceramic crowns are crafted entirely from ceramic materials, eliminating the need for a metal base found in traditional crowns. This ensures a more natural appearance, matching the translucency and shade of your natural teeth.

Additionally, without metal, there’s no risk of metal allergies or the appearance of a dark line at the gum margin. It’s an excellent choice for those seeking aesthetic appeal and strength in their dental restorations.

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