e.max® dental crowns is provided by the use of ceramics made durable without using metal. e.max® is performed by reinforcing the ceramic material with the use of glass ceramics and bringing it to high durability. It is a veneer method widely used in aesthetic dental applications. Lithium disilicate porcelain is an application that consists entirely of ceramic and has no infrastructure. e.max® veneers are rapidly spreading in the field of cosmetic dentistry, as it has excellent aesthetics and long-term durability.

Metal substructure is not used in e.max® veneer. Using glass-supported porcelain as a substructure reduces the risk of any allergic reactions that may occur in the patient. Bad smell and bad taste caused by metal in the mouth are prevented with aesthetic porcelains without metal. At the same time, disturbing black shadows occurring on the gums in the metal infrastructure are prevented by this way. Aesthetic porcelain can be used for a long time because it has a very high degree of light transmittance and cannot be distinguished from natural teeth.

Update: April 2024