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Which is best zirconia crowns for upper incisors? which crowns of the two are best 3m or illusional dental lab and why?
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I think Bruxzir made by illusion lab with emax facing sgoyld solve your purpose
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Hi there... Both the brands are good...let your dentist decide based on the tooth condition... Take care..!!
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Hi...there are lots of zirconia crowns in the market now. All of them are equally good. 1.Nexzzr 2. 3M 3. Ammanngirbach 4. Emax 5.Bruxzir 6. Dentcare zirconia You dentist should recommend you based on your case. Regards
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Both are good 3M and BruxZir(illusion dental lab) are US products and serve the purpose well.As a material, If highly visible zone example front upper teeth 'emax' (ivoclar vivadent) is the first preference 10/10, next comes zirconia based materials (3M or BruxZir). 8.5-9/10. Your doctor is the best judge
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