ZIRCONIUM DENTAL

It is a product of the highest quality reached so far in terms of aesthetics, durability, tissue compatibility and naturalness, which are the basic requirements of dentistry. In aesthetic dentistry, metal-based porcelain is moving away with each passing day. In this system, which has all the features we want such as biological compatibility, natural appearance, aesthetics and mechanical resistance, a white alloy zirconium is used as the infrastructure instead of metal. We prefer zirconium-based porcelains because they are aesthetic enough to be used on anterior teeth and because they are robust enough to be used on posterior teeth. These systems increase the quality of life of people.

In hereditary structure discolorations in advanced (antibiotic, fluorine, etc.) discolorations that do not yield results with methods such as bleaching.

People with previously cut teeth

Joining split teeth (diastema closure)

Metal-supported bridge in the mouth – people with a crown (veneer)

Correction of broken teeth

In the correction of old fillings with discolored and structured

Correction of crooked and crooked teeth (as an alternative to orthodontic treatment)

In teeth with excessive material loss that cannot be filled

With its insulating feature, hot cold sensitivity does not develop.

Since zirconium transmits light, it creates aesthetics very similar to natural tooth structure, even metal-supported porcelains that are very well made have a dullness and artificiality. For this reason, zirconium is preferred especially in anterior teeth.

Metal-supported porcelains give the appearance of a dark space in some lights, as if it were not in the mouth. Zirconium, on the other hand, transmits all kinds of light just like natural teeth.

Metal-supported porcelain crown-bridge (veneers) are mechanically bonded to the tooth. Zirconium is attached to the tooth mechanically and chemically. Therefore, their retention is much higher than metal supports.

Since there is no metal in its substructure, there is no dark line at the crown – gingival level. A more aesthetic appearance is provided.

Since the porcelain surfaces will be extremely smooth, it minimizes the stains and tartar formations caused by smoking and similar reasons.

It does not change color with external factors such as coffee, tea, cigarettes.

It is a healthy material that does not cause taste disorders, gum problems and bad breath in the mouth.

The pressure and bruises that occur on the gingiva due to the metal-supported porcelain crowns made previously are completely eliminated by the application of zirconium (veneers) crowns, and an aesthetic and natural appearance is obtained.

When the gingiva is receded, zirconium preserves its aesthetic appearance, while metal-supported porcelain creates a bad image in the area where they are combined with the tooth.

There is no risk of allergy to some metals (nickel, etc.) used in the infrastructure in porcelains with zirconium infrastructure.

Since it is perfectly compatible with our body, it can be used easily in people who have gum disease or who are prone to gum disease. Its compatibility with the gingiva is very good, if oral hygiene is given importance, it does not cause gingival problems.

Dental preparations are made by performing second stage anesthesia and measurements are taken from your teeth. In order to prevent your tooth surfaces from appearing aesthetically empty until the next stage, your temporarys are made and they are adhered to the tooth surfaces. This also prevents possible sensitivity in your teeth.

Gingival compliance is checked with the infrastructure rehearsal prepared in the laboratory.

In the last stage, aesthetic rehearsal is done. Before the bonding process, one or two sessions of the desired tooth color and shape, which is decided at the beginning, are checked for the compatibility of your models on your teeth and your face, and the final stage is passed. On average, all these processes are completed within 7-10 days.

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