Crowns on implants
The implant implanted in the jaw bone or the jaw of the patient is to replace and perfectly imitate the natural roots of our teeth. The patient should not feel any discomfort after healing the implant, even when chewing food or talking.
Implantation covers both individual cavities and larger gaps in the dentition, and even the entire oral cavity. Due to the fact that the implantation is carried out under local anesthesia, the patient remains in constant contact with the doctor, but does not feel pain.
One of the possibilities is to rebuild crowns on implants. The treatment is always carried out in two stages. Firstly, the patient is consulted with a surgeon specializing in implantology at our clinic. Our specialist evaluates the possibilities of inserting the implant into the bone of the jaw or jaw. After embedding in the bone, the implant is covered with a healing cap, and the patient has to wait 3 to 6 months until the healing of the wounds and the integration of the implant with said bone.
Then the second stage of implant crowns implementation is carried out. The crown of the tooth is mapped by the prosthetist on the basis of the removed tooth or the impression of the jaw. Crowns on implants are a reconstruction of individual defects in dentition. For one crown, in this case, one implant is implanted and embedded in the right way in the gum.
Porcelain crown on the implant
When rebuilding crowns on implants, the dentist can opt for many different materials. Porcelain crown on a titanium implant is a solid and aesthetic way to supplement individual gaps in the patient’s teeth.
Among the materials we use to produce the implant crowns in our Supradent clinic in Warsaw are:
All-ceramic crowns – made of 100% porcelain, best imitating natural teeth and most often recommended for use in the restoration of missing teeth in the front teeth.
Porcelain crowns on ceramics – popular crowns on implants, made of durable, solid material. On the porcelain surface, zirconium oxide is often applied, which significantly increases the durability of the porcelain crown.
Porcelain crowns on gold – rebuilt using gold.
Porcelain crowns on the rhinestones – aesthetic and durable crowns, containing a white base under the porcelain, but their disadvantage is usually high price.
Crowns bezniklowe- so-called mixed crowns, where only the outer part of the crown is made of porcelain, and the rest made of a metal alloy.
The dentist from our clinic, after analyzing all the pros and cons, decides together with the patient on the selection of appropriate crowns for implants. It is worth considering because the crowns are cemented permanently on the implant.
The best aesthetic effects are obtained by using ceramic crowns on implants, which are the only ones that give the effect of light penetration. Therefore, their appearance is as close as possible to the appearance of natural teeth.