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Zirconium Crowns

A person's mouth structure may be unhealthy as a result of issues including tooth decay, fractures, and aging as the teeth become less strong and less white with time. When restoring the teeth's previous appearance and health, it may become clear that cosmetic dentistry procedures will be beneficial.

Before dentistry methods became so advanced, dental prosthetics—a time-consuming and expensive process—were the sole option for treating tooth deficiencies or damage. It has gotten more simpler and more practical to have healthy and attractive-looking teeth in recent years, thanks to the increasing popularity of dental crowns. With customized dental treatments, patients can have teeth that are similar in function to their natural teeth and aesthetically beautiful.

In addition, within the scope of the facings method, it may be possible to cover the teeth with excessive material loss for various reasons with tooth-shaped materials. As one of the most frequently used materials for zirconium dental veneers, it makes it possible to have teeth similar to natural teeth and an aesthetic smile.

What are Zirconium Crowns?

Zirconium coating, also known as zirconium dental coating, is the process of covering teeth with zirconium material, which provides strength and aesthetic look together, on teeth that are damaged for a variety of reasons and no longer have an attractive appearance. Zirconium crowns, facings, or veneers are further names for it.

​​How is Zirconium Coating Made?

Individual evaluations are used to determine whether to apply the treatment or not. The patient's gums being healthy is the main concern at this point. Applying the essential treatments to resolve gum issues must come first in patients who are receiving zirconium treatment.

After healing is complete, the phase of cosmetic assessment starts. The gums might need to be adjusted according to the patient's smile. Special imprint materials are utilized to take the measurements when the essential dental preparations and procedures are finished. The teeth are filed in accordance with the measurements, and scanners transfer the three-dimensional structure of the teeth to the digital environment.

Zircon blocks are created and the framework of the teeth is prepared with the help of CAD/CAM systems. After the crowns are ready, porcelains are affixed to them in a shade that complements the color of the teeth. In cases where no problems are detected during check ups for the prepared crowns, the finishing touches are performed and the crowns are adhered to the teeth and the teeth are permanently fixed.

Who is Zirconium Coating Applied to?

Although zirconium coating is generally an application for aesthetic purposes, it is often preferred because it provides effective results in many different situations.

  • Restoration of teeth with excessive substance loss due to various reasons,
  • Elimination of advanced color changes that cannot obtain effective results with teeth whitening methods,
  • Deterioration of the structure of old fillings,
  • Veneers and bridges on posterior group teeth,
  • Treatment of discrete, slightly crooked and turned teeth such as diastema where orthodontic treatments are not applied,
  • Providing smile aesthetics,
  • Repair of broken, rotten or damaged teeth,
  • Zirconium crown treatment can also be used to eliminate excessively long or extremely short tooth sequences.

Zirconium Crowns Advantages

Zirconium is a durable, stain-resistant and light-transmitting material. For this reason, zirconium crowns are often used to obtain the closest appearance to natural teeth.

Due to its structural properties, zirconium crowns can also be applied to patients with metal allergies. Zirconia, which is a tissue-friendly material, does not cause any harm in terms of human health. Since zirconium does not interact negatively with titanium, it is also possible to apply it on the implant.

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