Patient-First Dental Laboratory in the United States
Not many of us are thrilled to visit a dental office, and there are many reasons for that. Pain and costs are the two biggest factors. We do our job the best we can, so that you don’t have to visit your dentist any more than necessary.
Choosing the right dentist is a challenge for all patients. However, you should also consider the lab that your dentist uses, since the dental lab is “behind the scenes” when it comes to your dental crown restorations. Typically, properly made crowns and bridges are designed to last for many years. For this reason, here at The Art of Aesthetics, crowns and bridges dental laboratory, we take our time to do the job properly the first time around, because we understand how difficult it can be for patients to get their missing teeth replaced.
It further confuses most patients that there are so many materials to choose from. You must research and educate yourself before you walk into your dental office. The more you know, the better informed you will be when selecting the best materials for you. The Art of Aesthetics strongly recommend that you not choose your dental restoration based on price, since you will be wearing them for many years to come. You may be surprised that you can get a much better product for only a little more money.
Human teeth are designed to bite and chew millions of times. Therefore, you must consider several factors when choosing the best material for you. One factor is shock absorption. For example, full gold crowns have been around for many years, and gold is still one of the best materials for their malleable propensities. Nowadays, some dentists consider full gold crown to be an old, not-so-pretty material. Also, since the price of gold has gone up so high, full gold crowns and bridges are not used as much as before. Nevertheless, we recommend considering full yellow gold crowns and bridges for your molar needs.
Another factor is biocompatibility. If you are allergic to many foods or materials, then you will most likely be allergic to certain restoration materials, such as nickel-containing metals. If you are allergic to several products, full gold crowns are even more important for all your posterior restorations. For anterior restorations, as patient-first dental labs in the United States, The Art of Aesthetics recommends e.max (emax) or zirconia crowns and bridges as the most appropriate choice for your needs.
Remember not to rush your crowns and bridges. We need an ample time to do the job properly. You can also print our lab slip and take it with you on your next visit to the dentist.