Dental Veneers Turkey

Zirconium Crowns / Full Veneers

  •   Zirconia is a nearly indestructible material, so it lasts a long time. The material blends very well with your natural teeth. These crowns/full veneers can be thinner and require minimal tooth preparation, which preserves the majority of your original tooth.
  •   With a long history as a successful material in medical implants and artificial limbs, zirconia is highly biocompatible with the human body. The risk of allergy or rejection is therefore very low.
  •   Zirconia crowns/full veneers are a wise choice for any kind of full crown restoration. As Venedik Dental Clinic, we recommend them due to their high resistance to fracture. And in addition to their positive benefits, zirconia crowns/full veneers are more affordable than any of the other crowns too.
  •   Zirconia is in the category of metal-free crowns and has more natural and aesthetic appearance compared to metal-fused crowns.
  •  The most considerable feature of zirconium crowns/full veneers is light transmittance.
  •   In addition of its aesthetic look, zirconium crowns/full veneers are healthier to your gums and your oral hygiene, also the chances of getting gum disease are lower compared to metal based crowns.
  •   Dental crowns/full veneers can be made using the CAD CAM technology. CAD stands for Computer Aided Designing and CAM stands for Computer Aided Manufacturing. These technologies give you a precise fit and unmatchable look.

How are the Full Veneers / Crowns made?

  •   Full Veneers/Crowns are not directly placed on the teeth.  The teeth are first prepared by shaving them a little from all sides (depending on the condition of the teeth).
  •   Then an impression is taken of the tooth which is sent to the lab for making of the crowns. Each crown is custom made according to the length of the original tooth. If more than one tooth requires covering, it may take longer and may even require temporary teeth for a short while.
  •   When the new crows are returned to the clinic, they will be cemented to the teeth. This whole treatment may take 2-3 visits to your dentist in 1 week.

E-Max Crowns / Full Veneers

  •  E-max Crown /Full Veneer known as Lithium Silicate, has its own unique properties that make it highly effective in restorative dentistry.
  •  E-max crowns/ full veneers are rapidly becoming widespread in the field of cosmetic dentistry, as they have excellent aesthetics and long-term durability.
  •  These crowns/full veneers are generally preferred to be applied to the front teeth. However, the E-max full veneer/crown can also be applied for short bridges in the posterior teeth.

The difference between E-max Crowns / Full Veneers and Zirconium Crowns / Full Veneer

  •  E-max crown and zirconium crown are both aesthetic dental treatments.
  •  The biggest difference between E-max and zirconia is light transmittance and strength.
  •  Emax is Lithium Disilicate glass, an all-ceramic system.
  •  It is one of the most aesthetically pleasing option, porcelain can be layered on it, creating incredible translucency and a very realistic looking tooth that matches with other natural teeth.
  •  Zirconia is Zirconium Dioxide, a white, powdered metal oxide. It can also be considered as ceramic.
  •  It is incredibly strong, healthy to your gums, resistant to wear, and difficult to crack.
  •  Zirconium crowns are more durable than E-max crowns.
  •  In cases where there is more than one missing tooth, the use of zirconium bridge is more suitable because E-max bridge cannot be applied due to their fragility.

How are the Full Veneers / Crowns Made?

  •  Full Veneers/Crowns are not directly placed on the teeth.  The teeth are first prepared by shaving them a little from all sides (depending on the condition of the teeth).
  •  Then an impression is taken of the tooth which is sent to the lab for making of the crowns. Each crown is custom made according to the length of the original tooth. If more than one tooth requires covering, it may take longer and may even require temporary teeth for a short while.
  •  When the new crows are returned to the clinic, they will be cemented to the teeth. This whole treatment may take 2-3 visits to your dentist in 1 week.

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