What are the IPS e.max crowns? 6 IPS e.max crowns

The IPS e.max crowns are type of all-ceramic crowns with an appealing translucent color which is combined with extra strength and durability. This crown is made from a single block of lithium disilicate ceramic – this is a top grade material which has been harvested for its toughness, durability and opaque qualities which makes it a highly prized crown. Plus it is considered a breakthrough in dental crown technology. You get a glass ceramic crown which is tough and enduring but delicate in appearance.

Advantages of the IPS e.max crowns

This crown is considered to be the best match with your own natural teeth. The transparent color and lifelike shape ensures that it is unlikely to be noticed amongst your own natural teeth. There is no metal alloy base with this crown which means no unsightly looking grey line around the gum line. They are strong, long lasting and unlikely to crack or fracture as compared to many other types of crowns. They are considered to be at less risk of chipping compared to zirconia crowns.

Disadvantages of the IPS e.max crowns

The only disadvantage is to do with the cost. A premium crown such as this which can be fitted without the need for any preparation is likely to be more expensive than other types of crowns. They may not be suitable for everyone so check with your dentist to see if this crown is available and if it is right for you.

AllDental Travel Team recommends using this solution for anterior cosmetic including minimal – prep veneers and anterior crowns. Of course this is also an excellent solution for bridges and posterior needs.


Enjoy preferential conditions !

Extra inclusions are always priced below the individual cost of all the package inclusions.



Full expert consultation


6 IPS e.max crowns


Local anaesthetic


Panoramic X-Ray




2 – 3 days hotel accommodation


Total Price 2 500 Euro

DISCLAIMER: Treatment plan can be confirmed only after thorough clinical examination in one of our AllDental Travel Clinics. The extent of the necessary measures in terms of surgery and treatment cannot be predicted, as this can only be determined when treatment starts. We reserve the right to make alterations for medical reasons and practicability.