Zirconia Crowns Procedure

What happens on your 1st Visit?

Almost everything gets done in your first visit! Let's organize it in 4 stages.


Your Arrival.

If you arrive to San Ysidro driving, we recommend you leave your car parked in the US and just cross the border by foot, it's that easy. Our driver will be receiving you right in front of the main exit. Our International Patient Coordinators will be in touch with you via text, providing you important information along the way.


For more detailed information on transportation click here.



Before Your Procedure.

Our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will evaluate your dental health, examining your mouth structure and bone density before starting the procedure. You will receive a full comprehensive diagnosis of the current state of your smile and how we'll improve it.


In this stage our Advanced Dental Assistants will do the following for you:

During Your Procedure.

Our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will start by applying local anesthetic. Once ready, our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will do the following:

  • Trim the tooth [or teeth], creating a base for the crown [or crowns].

  • Intraoral Scanning with Prime Scan.

  • Placement of temporary Crown [or crowns] made of "Bis-Acryl."

After the Procedure.

Our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will prescribe you the corresponding medication and our International Patient Coordinators will assist you scheduling your next appointment.


What happens on your 2nd visit?

After two to three weeks you can return to our clinic and our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will do the following for you:

  • Apply local anesthetic.

  • Remove temporary "Bis-Acryl" crown [or crowns].

  • Place temporary "PMMA" milled crown [or crowns].


What happens on your 3rd visit?

After deciding on the final design of your crown, you return to our clinic and our Advanced Oral Rehabilitator will do the following:

What happens on your 4th visit?

The final zirconia crown [or crowns] gets placed.


IMPORTANT: Every case has it's unique challenges and requires specific planning, the amount of visits may vary per patient.

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