Royal Crown Dental Lab is a small lab providing the highest quality work, outstanding communication and thoroughness, which can be a struggle for larger institutions. Every Dentist we work with is an important part of our business, and we strive to build a lasting personal relationship. You as a practitioner will appreciate the care that your restoration receives. We know a good preparation and impression take time and effort, and we will work hard to provide you with a great restoration in return. Seating a crown costs chair time, so consistent results are as important to us as they are to you.
At Royal Crown Dental Lab, we are on a mission to be the best in our field. We believe that fabricating flawless restorations is only part of what makes a respectable dental lab. We are dedicated to excellence, personal customer service and, most importantly, to the success of your practice.
From single units to roundhouse bridges, porcelain-fused-to-metal has the versatility for the job. Plus, the very fine leucite crystals in our porcelains result in a combination of high wear resistance and forgive- ness to surrounding dentition.
Warm, lifelike opalescence without the graying of other ceramic restorations. CZR (Cerabien ZR) is a new porcelain for making all ceramic crowns in use with zirconia frameworks. Crowns/bridges made from CZR with zirconia can be used in the posterior as well as anterior due to its extremely high flexural strength.
Royal Crown Dental Lab works closely with our doctors to help increase the range of implants they are comfortable restoring. We can assist in case design and preplanning for efficient, predictable, and profitable implant success. We work with every major implant system.
IPS e.max is a lithium disilicate glass ceramic that has optimized translucency, durability and strength for full anatomical restorations. Due to the use of new technologies and optimized processing parameters, IPS e.max lithium disilicate has evolved beyond previously available lithium disilicate ceramics.
Many patients present with signs of bruxism or exhibit worn dentition that does not indicate the use of traditional ceramic restorative options. In the past, dentists have relied on full metal or metal occlusal restorations to meet the clinical demands of the most challenging cases.