Tooth restorations are commonly employed by dentists to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. Restorations can come in various forms such as fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, or even dentures. However, one brand of restorations is unparalleled for its fine workmanship and dedication to excellence. When considering a dental restoration, ask your cosmetic dentist if he uses Empress restorations. Empress restorations enjoy superior quality of construction and design for several reasons.
Empress restorations are strong and durable. Other ceramic restorations can easily chip or break, which can take a financial toll on the patient who wears them. Empress restorations employ an innovative heat-press procedure that tightly compresses and fuses together the leucite crystals that make up each restoration. This technique, along with the strengthening glaze and stain applied to each restoration, affords each Empress veneer, crown, inlay, and bridge a 100% survival rate for the first three years of wear.
Empress restorations will not damage gum or tooth tissue. Empress restorations are metal-free and created with inorganic materials cured at high temperatures. As a result, they will never irritate or inflame gum or tooth tissues.
Empress restorations are created to be as natural looking as possible. To ensure that Empress restorations blend in perfectly with a patient’s natural teeth, each is meticulously crafted according to the individual’s specifications. Various shading and translucence techniques are employed so that each restoration perfectly matches its natural counterparts.
Empress restorations are easy to apply. Because of their incomparable construction, Empress restorations can be effortlessly affixed. The less time spent on working the restoration into place, the less discomfort that will be felt by the patient.
Village Green Dental Center offers cosmetic treatment options to patients living in the greater Aurora, Illinois region. We also provide orthodontics, endodontics, and sedation dentistry services. To learn more about our facility, or to schedule and appointment, please call us at (630) 445-0121.