Material Aesthetic


Price  & Warranty
UT Smile

Made by: HC Starck Corporation – Germany

UT Smile is the newest product from HC Starck. UT Smile is the ideal zirconia:  highly translucent, flexible enough to be used for veneer/inlay/only and also durable enough to be used for crowns, bridge, all on 4&6 restoration. It is the best solution that provides superior durability and aesthetic. High (1200 MPa), which is 4x that of real teeth (250 MPa). You can eat most food without worrying about chipping the crown/veneer. $530 USD

15 year warranty

Nacera Pearl 


Made by: DOCERAM Medical Corporation -Germany

Nacera Pearl is a polychromatic, ultra-high-translucent zirconia with finely smoothing colour gradient. Nacera Pearl has lifelike and smooth transitions from cervical to incisal, which provide a natural-looking monolithic restorations. Nacera has 16 different chase to choose from. Very high (1400 MPa), you can eat most food without worrying about chipping the crown/veneer. $450 USD

10 year warranty



Made by: Ivoclar Vivadent Corporation – Liechtenstein

Nano Emax (Ivoclar Vivadent) offers the fit, form and function which is expected from pressed ceramics. With optimized esthetic properties creating all-ceramic restorations that offer true-to-nature results, Nano Emax is usually used for front teeth.  It is more flexible than other materials and therefore is mostly used to make veneer/ultrathin veneer and front teeth in case of crown. Medium (400 MPa), which is slightly higher to that of real teeth.  $375 USD for veneer

$385 USD for ultra-thin veneer

10 year warranty

HT Smile


Made by: HC Starck Corporation – Germany

HT Smile has a high translucent as well as a natural look. With 16 different color tones, HT Smile provides many different options that best suit the client’s aesthetic requirement.  High (1200 MPa), you can eat most food without worrying about chipping the crown/veneer. $350 USD

10 year warranty

Full Zirconia


Made by: HC Starck Corporation – Germany

Non-metal Full Zirconia porcelain crown is a type of porcelain crown made only from Zirconia material – a very hard type of non-metal. However, as zirconia does not have the natural teeth look, it is usually used for back teeth (especially for crowns on implants) to achieve the best chewing ability. High (1000 MPa), durable (4x as compared to natural teeth). $300 USD

10 year warranty

Porcelain fused metal (crom cobalt material) Porcelain fused metal is composed of a titanium frame inside and covered by many layers of cosmetic porcelain outside, which offers durability and aesthetic. Because of its durability, porcelain fused metal is highly recommended for long dental bridge. Very durable as the frame is titanium.  $150 USD

5 year warranty

Precious metal Precious metal crowns are crowns with alloy made of highly valuable metals such as gold, platinum, … covered with many layers porcelain for good biological impact, hardness and aesthetic factors. The only disadvantage of this solution is its high cost. Very flexible and durable thanks to the precious metal alloy.  Market price

10 year warranty


At Worldwide Hospital, we have our own Lab in-house with the most advanced CAD (Computer Aid Design) / CAM (Computer Aid Manufacture) techniques to fabricate the perfect crown/veneer with good functionality, high aesthetic, and long lasting. Our production process is all digitalized, from design to milling, to ensure the high precision of each crown/veneer being fabricated. Our equipment and materials are high quality, imported directly from the U.S. and Europe. 

The Production of a Porcelain Crown/Veneer is carried out as follows:

  1. Scan: the dentist takes digital impressions of the patient’s teeth using an intraoral scanner. Sometime this is combined with a study cast if more than 4 teeth are involved. The scan/study cast is sent to in-house  technicians.
  2. Design: Technician uses the scan file and designs the crown to ensure the scan is fit for printing (milling). Once the design is finalized, technician will send the scan file to our milling machine to have the crown/veneer fabricated.
  3. Print: Following a series of prompts and dialogs, the printer will automatically start building the crown. 
  4. Prepare: After the crown is fabricated, it is removed from the platform and placed into a curing box. After a specified amount of time, the crown is removed from the curing box, and is checked for accuracy, contoured as needed and cured again. After adjustment, the crown is ready to be placed.