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Zirconium Dental Crowns

Recently, zirconium coating, which is frequently applied by dentists, is the kind of restoration that is closest to the natural tooth in terms of aesthetics. Today, instead of metal substructure prosthetic teeth, zirconium teeth are used both in terms of light transmission and aesthetics. Zirconium coatings are made especially in anterior teeth where eating and drinking pressure may be lower. Tissue-compatible zirconia do not create a color change over time. Over time, the metal teeth, which became dark and did not create a pleasant appearance in the mouth, were abandoned and replaced with zirconium coating. Zirconium has long-term use if oral and dental care is done meticulously.

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How is zirconium tooth coating applied?

When zirconium tooth coating is done, after the teeth are cut, the three-dimensional structure of the teeth is transferred to the computers with scanners.

When zirconium tooth coating is done, after the teeth are cut, the three-dimensi

When zirconium tooth coating is done, after the teeth are cut, the three-dimensional structure of the teeth is transferred to the computers with scanners. This scanning process is of two kinds. In the first process, as soon as the teeth are cut, the image is transferred to the digital environment with the help of in-mouth scanners and cameras without putting any measurement material in the patient's mouth, and then the planning is prepared completely in the computer environment. The data is then sent to the cad cam system. Zircon blocks are made into the infrastructure of porcelain teeth with the help of rotary systems. In the other method, after the patient's teeth are cut, oral measurements are taken. After the measurement is taken, the measurements going to the laboratory are poured with special plaster systems and the original of the measurement is obtained. Then, these scans are scanned with special tools similar to scanners in computers and transferred to digital media.

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Which teeth use zirconium?

In order to eliminate aesthetic problems, to create a desired smile

In order to eliminate aesthetic problems, to create a desired smileIn cases wher

  • In order to eliminate aesthetic problems, to create a desired smile
  • In cases where the tooth color is not satisfied and the desired results are not obtained by methods such as teeth whitening
  • In order to strengthen the female after root canal treatment,
  • In patients who have undergone intra-oral metal bridging or crown crowns
  • Separation of teeth (diastema treatment)
  • Repair of broken or broken teeth,
  • Correction of perpendicular and curved teeth
  • For teeth with too much material loss that cannot be filled
  • After large tooth decay

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What are the stages?

Perform a mild anesthesia. Then the teeth are cut and preparations for the coating are completed. Dental measurements are also performed at this stage. Temporary teeth are glued to the tooth surfaces so that the tooth surfaces are not empty.

Step 1: Perform a mild anesthesia. Then the teeth are cut and preparations for t

Step 1: Perform a mild anesthesia. Then the teeth are cut and preparations for the coating are completed. Dental measurements are also performed at this stage. Temporary teeth are glued to the tooth surfaces so that the tooth surfaces are not empty.

Step 2: Proof of gingival harmony is examined. The desired tooth color and face harmony are checked by aesthetic proofing.

Step 3: After all the harmonies occur, the zirconium teeth are then placed.

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What are the advantages?

High impact resistance, very high fracture threshold, and dozens of test and user processes that prove them prove the quality of zirconium.

High impact resistance, very high fracture threshold, and dozens of test and use

  • High impact resistance, very high fracture threshold, and dozens of test and user processes that prove them prove the quality of zirconium.
  • Insulation feature does not improve the sensitivity of hot and cold.
  • Thanks to its light transmittance feature, the appearance of natural teeth is captured at 100%.
  • There is no metal in the substructure of zirconium. Therefore, it does not cause a dark line during crown - gum. In this way, aesthetic image is obtained.
  • Does not cause an allergic condition.
  • The tooth does not change color due to external factors such as coffee, tea and cigarettes.
  • Does not cause taste disorder and bad breath
  • Compatibility is high. It can be used easily even in people who are prone to gum disease.
  • Does not cause discoloration of gums

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How Long Is The Life Of Zirconium Teeth

Generally, it can be used for 30 years easily. This time

Generally, it can be used for 30 years easily. This timeMaterialPosition (rear t

Generally, it can be used for 30 years easily. This time

  • Material
  • Position (rear tooth, front tooth)
  • Number of teeth damaged when prepared for a crown
  • Bite forces
  • It may vary depending on factors such as hygiene practices.

Considering this, zirconium coating prices are an affordable coating solution.

If the patient regularly brushes his teeth and makes sure that there is no food left between them, he can use both his natural teeth and the zirconium teeth he has made longer. At the same time, smoking or alcohol consumption, grinding teeth, clenching teeth, abandonment of bad habits such as teeth is very important for the life of the teeth.

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How much time should I spend

The treatment is completed in about 7-10 days.

Tooth removal is completed in one week in patients without advanced gingival rec

Tooth removal is completed in one week in patients without advanced gingival recession or any gingival problems. In patients with gum problems, this period may vary according to the healing time of the gums. Treatment of gum problems, if any, is done before the coating treatment.

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Can I Feel Pain - Pain

Cutting operations are performed under local anesthesia and then a temporary

Cutting operations are performed under local anesthesia and then a temporary too

Cutting operations are performed under local anesthesia and then a temporary tooth color coating is applied to prevent hot and cold tingling. Very few patients experience a slight tingling and generally complete the process without distress.

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How should zirconium care be?

Zirconium coating care is the same as the cleaning procedure for natural teeth.

Zirconium coating care is the same as the cleaning procedure for natural teeth.

Zirconium coating care is the same as the cleaning procedure for natural teeth. The requirements for daily dental care are also valid for zirconium. The correct brushing technique and dental floss to be performed 2-3 times daily will be sufficient for maintenance and long-term use of zirconium prostheses.

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Can zirconium coatings damage the tooth?

In all crown types, ie the teeth to be coated, it is necessary to erode the teeth and make room

In all crown types, ie the teeth to be coated, it is necessary to erode the teet

In all crown types, ie the teeth to be coated, it is necessary to erode the teeth and make room for the prosthetic teeth to be made. Therefore, a small amount of abrasion is also applied to the teeth for zirconium prostheses, but this amount is no more than that for metal supported coatings.

10/03/2020
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Bad breath: What causes it and what to do about it

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