Non-metal Ceramic Crowns

Non-metal ceramic crowns are dental restorations used to cover a damaged or decayed tooth. They are called non-metal because they do not contain any metal material, making them a popular option for those who are allergic to metals or are concerned about the aesthetic appearance of metal crowns.

What is the process?

The process for getting a non-metal ceramic crown typically involves two appointments. During the first appointment, our dentist in Miami, FL, will prepare the tooth by removing any decay or damage and shaping it to fit the crown. We will take an impression of the tooth and send it to a dental laboratory where the crown will be fabricated. In the meantime, the patient will wear a temporary crown to protect the tooth. At the second appointment, the temporary crown will be removed, and the permanent non-metal porcelain crown will be cemented into place.

What are the benefits?

Who are the eligible candidates?

Non-metal ceramic crowns are ideal for those who have a damaged or decayed tooth that cannot be repaired with a filling, inlay, or onlay. They are also a good option for those who have a visible front tooth that is chipped, cracked, or discolored. Non-metal porcelain crowns can also be used to cover a dental implant or as part of a dental bridge.Contact us at (305) 271-0861 to know more about non-metal ceramic crowns. Our state-of-the-art dental office in Miami, FL, is fully equipped with the latest technology to give you a comfortable treatment.