Our clinic was addressed by a female patient who complained of non-aesthetic appearance of teeth. The crowns were short and did not reach the gingiva.
After the computed tomography scan, we eliminated endotreatment complications and, together with the patient, took a decision to replace 17 porcelain fused metal crowns with ceramic crowns.
We took casts of the patient’s crowns and removed old crowns. We prepared and scanned the teeth. The next stage was cementing of previously made temporary crowns and computer modelling of permanent ceramic teeth. The whole crown manufacturing process took 9 hours. After the permanent crowns had been prepared, they were fixed in the oral cavity.