• 03-5413-7912

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    (operating hours 9:30~12:30/14:00~17:30 )

  • Directly connected to Roppongi Sta. Midtown Tower 6F

    Office hours: Mon-Sat 9:30~12:30/14:00~17:30
    Closed on Sundays and Holidays

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03-5413-7912

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(operating hours 9:30~12:30/14:00~17:30 )

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Ceramic Crown Treatment

Ceramic Crown Treatment

Ceramic crown treatment

This treatment uses ceramic, a white material used in ceramics and other pottery. Compared to the plastics and metals covered by health insurance, ceramic has many advantages.

If you want to replace your silver teeth, or if you want a metal-free treatment that is gentle on your body, or if you want to clean teeth that cannot be whitened by whitening, etc., you can use this treatment.

Although this treatment will not be covered by health insurance. Our aesthetically minded doctors will endeavour to meet your wishes to ensure your physical and mental well-being as well as ensure you are satisfied with your appearance.

Ceramics – Advantages and Features

Although plastic and metal head coverings are used for insurance coverage, ceramic is the most commonly used material for treatments that are more aesthetic and gentle on the body.
Ceramics have many advantages as a dental material, and we will closely meet your detailed needs by leveraging their characteristics as shown below.

  • Transparent finish, close to natural teeth
  • Stain-resistant and discoloration-resistant
  • Hard and strong, with little wear and tear
  • No pigmentation of the gums
  • Look as natural as real tooth and gums

Types of Ceramic Treatment

Ceramic Crowns

Photo of Ceramic Crown

We use ceramic as a tooth covering when the original tooth is shaved off for caries treatment. Compared to resin materials (i.e., dental plastic), ceramic crowns are less prone to plaque and have a texture and color similar to natural teeth, making them highly aesthetic.

Our ceramics product

We use cutting-edge zirconia from major dental materials manufacturers. Conventional ceramics are not very strong and thus cannot be used in places with strong forces such as back teeth. Zirconia, strong enough to be used as artificial diamonds, is an ideal dental material that overcomes the weaknesses of conventional ceramics.

FAQ

Q:How much does it cost to get a ceramic crown ?

A:Prices range from 176,000 JPY, tax included.

This price does not include the cost of treatment.The price can be determined after the doctor produces a treatment plan for your request.

Q:How many visits are required?

A:A minimum of three visits are required, with additional visits depending on your oral condition.

We will provide a consultation in the first instance.

Q:How long does it take?

A:Treatment takes approximately one month, including the production of the ceramic crown.

Other service lists

Recommended treatments

Whitening

when you wish more beautiful teeth and want to maintain your whiteness.

See details

Gum peeling

when you want to make your gums beautiful as well as your teeth

See details

Do you have these symptoms?

Each of our doctors has honed the skills and developed expertise in Japan or abroad.
We will work closely with you on your concerns.
Please feel free to consult with us.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us to make an appointment for a consultation
or to ask questions about your treatment.

03-5413-7912

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  • By appointment only

  • Operating hours
    9:30~12:30
    14:00~17:30

      
  • Office Hours

  • Mon-Sat: 9:30~12:30
    14:00~17:30

  • Closed

  • Sundays and Holidays

Office hours Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun/
Holidays
9:30

12:30
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14:00

17:30
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9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-6206, Japan
Midtown Tower 6F

・ Directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Subway Oedo Line.

・ 7 minutes walk from Nogizaka Station (exit 3) on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line

・ Eight-minute walk from Roppongi 1-chome Station (Exit 1) on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line

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