Dental Crowns in Turkey are an industry standard way of restoring and enhancing teeth that are partially or fully damaged. Crowing can also be used in place of missing teeth. If you have been in an accident or have damaged your teeth in any way, dental crowning is usually your go-to solution.
The major purpose of a crown is to save your original tooth if it is in healthy enough condition. It goes without saying that the need for crowning is definitely dependent on the condition of your teeth.
What is Dental Crown used for?
The primary purpose of the crown if to help you protect your original teeth as much as possible. Restoring and enhancing teeth that are damaged is what crowing is done for. In the case of missing teeth, dental crowning is the ideal solution.
3-5 Days is an estimated time frame (depending on damage)
What are Dental Crowns in Turkey?
The crown of a tooth is that part which is visible in the mouth. An artificial crown is used to protect and restore a broken, weakend or heavily filled tooth. They are also used to improve the appearance of discoloured teeth.
Crowns are made of many different materials including metals and ceramics.
What do we do in case of any teeth damage cases?
What are the benefits of teeth crown?
A crown is a strong replacement that will look and feel exactly like a natural tooth. The colour and shape can be matched to your original teeth.
Depending on the strength of the tooth left on which the crown is put, a crown can last for several years. You have to just ensure that you look after your teeth, take proper care and not damage the crown in any way.
Crown teeth can also improve your appearance.
Types of Crown Teeth
Before any type of crown is suggested our dental professionals will have a thorough look at the damage. They will recommend the best type of crown for your dental restoration needs based on the chewing placement and structure of the tooth or implant that requires protection.
There are three types of crowns. Each type has its own characteristics and qualities:
1. Zirconium Crowns:
This is one of the most prefered and most recommended types of teeth crowns in recent times. Individuals who want aesthetically appealing artificial teeth for themselves prefer zirconia crowns. Patients often have curiosity regarding the composition or the materials used in the manufacturing of the zirconium crowns.
Zirconium crowns are made up of zirconium oxide or zirconia. Zirconia is a white powdered metal which has the ability to be radiopaque in the X-rays. Also, the tooth colour is whiter than other crown treatment options. Here some of the plus points of the zirconia crowns which makes them stand ahead from the regular and traditional crowns.
There is no anaesthetic grey line visibility compared to that of conventional metal-based ceramic crowns.
2. E-MAX Crowns:
Emax is an all-ceramic system that is based on Lithium disilicate glass and consists of quartz, lithium dioxide, phosphorus oxide, alumina, potassium oxide and trace elements.
Emax based all-ceramic prostheses are rapidly gaining widespread popularity in cosmetic dentistry due to their excellent esthetics, durability, and strength.
The Emax system is mainly indicated for fabrication of crowns and veneers in the anterior region.
Thus, zirconium crowns are of great benefit for the individuals who want to get permanent aesthetic solutions for their damaged teeth. Zirconium crowns are one of the best treatment options in modern times.
3. Porcelain Crown:
If the treatment of your choice is a porcelain crown many treatment methods are available:
CEREC® CAD/CAM: In just one office visit, you will have a fully completed porcelain crown. Since your crown is designed and created in our private VIP clinic using CEREC®CAD/CAM technology, there’s no need for a temporary crown or a second visit.
Lava™: When the highest level of natural translucency of your crown’s porcelain surface is important, this procedure is used. During your first clinic visit, CEREC®CAD/CAM technology is used to design your crown. Then you will be fitted with a temporary crown to protect your gum and tooth or dental implant. During a second clinic visit, our dental professionals will fit and permanently bond your crown.