Porcelain veneers, dental crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and tooth colored fillings not only enhance your smile, but also restore it. You know how great you feel when your smile is on point. You have more confidence and self-esteem and you just feel good about yourself.
These days it’s easy to improve your grin with Empress® Restorations available from Nuvo Dental in Irvine. As preferred Empress® Restoration dentists in Orange County, you can have a new smile in less time, and best of all, there is no metal involved.
What is Empress® Different?
Because Empress® Restorations have been around for nearly 20 years, they are the leader in the field. Continually refining the technology, the Empress® veneers, onlays, dental crowns, dental bridges, and overlays are strong and durable.
Empress® uses inorganic material that is completely metal free and safe. Although the jury is still out, most dentists know how danger silver amalgam can be. It’s also not as natural looking.
Conventional and more traditional ceramic dental restoratives had a tendency to become brittle and damaged resulting in costly repairs. Because Empress® uses heat pressed glass ceramic materials they are durable and strong preventing cracks and breaks.
Empress® Restoration Advantages
Because Empress® Restorations are biocompatible; they are safe for your body. Conventional metal to porcelain crowns, just like silver amalgam fillings, can affect people differently causing all sorts of problems.
Other Empress® Advantages Include:
- Easy to Apply
- Not Harmful to Surrounding Teeth
- Metal Free
- Natural Looking
- Numerous Shades to Match Other Teeth
- Excellent Polishing and Buffing Properties
- Various Levels of Translucency
What Types of Restorations Does Empress® Make?
Nuvo Dental of Irvine explains that Empress® makes wafer thin porcelain veneers, dental crowns, inlays, onlays, and dental bridges.
If you would like more information regarding Empress® Restorations, call and schedule a no obligation cosmetic dentistry consultation with Nuvo Dental of Irvine today.