Can You Change The Color Of An Emax Crown?

by Brian
(Brooklyn, NY USA)

I Recently Had Emax Crowns Placed On My 4 Front Teeth And They Do Not Match Up With My Natural Teeth As Much As I Would Like. I Don't Want To Be Perceived As A Problem Patient Or As Being Un Reasonable But I've Paid $600 Out Of My Own Pocket (On Top Of What My Dental Coverage Paid) For A More Cosmetic, Better Looking Crown Amd I Plan On Having Them In My Mouth For A Very Long Time And That's Why It's Very Important I Explore All My Options Before Accepting These Crowns And Having Them Cemented In My Mouth. It's Important That I Have Confidence In My Smile And Right Now Im Selff-Conscience About The Appearance Of My Smile. Please Advise?

Thank You In Advance!

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by: robert

Brian -

Tell your dentist to work with the dental lab to get the color closer to your natural teeth.

They will most likely have to take a shade guide and, if possible, take a 'custom shade'.

This may, or may not, incur an additional fee.

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