Zirconia Crowns

EZ-Pedo All Ceramic Zirconia Crowns

The most biocompatible crown

These prefabricated, ceramic crowns are designed specifically for children and made of zirconia (zirconium dioxide). They are extremely natural-looking dental crowns which are aesthetically pleasing from all sides. White zirconia dental crowns are composed of a biocompatible material which has been used in high-end cosmetic dentistry for over 15 years, they are glazed with natural color and are exceptionally durable.

patient receiving dental zirconia crown
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Your questions, our answers

Frequently Asked Questions about our new smile exam

What is a crown?

In a primary tooth, if a cavity is too large to restore with a filling a crown may be recommended, or the tooth may need to come out. If the cavity is too large and has involved the nerve of the tooth the nerve will be removed (pulpotomy) along with the cavity and a crown will be placed. There are two forms of crowns, a stainless-steel crown, and the more esthetically pleasing Zirconia (white) crown. A stainless-steel crown is usually placed on back teeth due to its durability and longevity. A tooth colored (white) crown is routinely placed for esthetics. The purpose of the crown is to protect the tooth from further breakage and to maintain space for permanent teeth to erupt properly.
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Emergency care is always a priority.  We hope that your child will never experience a dental emergency, but if it happens, we want you to know what to do.  We have an on-call doctor 24 hours/seven days/week for emergency situations for patients of record.

Call Loma Linda Children’s Dental Group office immediately for any trauma to your child’s teeth or jaw.  If your child’s teeth are broken or knocked out, put them in milk or your child’s own saliva. Avoid rinsing the teeth with water or wiping/scrubbing the teeth.

In the rare event in which you do not hear from us, please call Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Pediatric Clinic at (909) 558-4689 and you will be connected to the Emergency Room where a pediatric dental resident can help.

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