Porcelain Crowns Turkey
Emax dental coating there are many methods used to have an aesthetic smile and healthy teeth. The methods used are determined by the specialist physician depending on the patient’s tooth type or selected according to the patient’s special request. With the rapid advancement of dental medicine, the number of methods used has increased considerably. Among the new generation options, full ceramic crown and Emax crown are among the other most preferred names.
What is Emax Crown?
Emax crown is the name given to the process of covering the tooth with emax porcelain by reducing it all around. The crown, which can be used as an infrastructure, can also be used in one piece. This method, which is used to cover incisors, canines and small molars, can also be used for aesthetic purposes. Emax porcelain, which can also be used to eliminate tooth deficiencies, is highly preferred because of its extremely high light transmittance and close to natural teeth.
How is Emax Porcelain Crown made?
The patient learns whether the tooth structure is suitable for the ceramic crown by applying to the aesthetic dentist. If there is no inconvenience, local anaesthesia is applied to the tooth and then the temporary coating is applied.
After the necessary procedures are done in the first session, a dental rehearsal is performed in the second session, but patients with time-related problems can overcome this session.
In the next session, after the necessary rehearsals, the contacts, anatomical, biological compatibility and functional integrity are checked, and a permanent ceramic crown is applied. The complete healing time of the teeth varies depending on the tooth structure and bone structure of the patient.
What is the difference between zirconium crown and e-max crown?
Both are methods used mostly for aesthetic appearances. However, in terms of aesthetics, Emax crown is more preferred by patients because it has more light transmittance than zirconium crowns.
In case of more than one tooth deficiency, zirconium is preferred more. The reason for this is that it is more durable than Emax crowns. However, if the tooth deficiency is not more than one and an aesthetic appearance is desired, our aesthetic dentists recommend an e-max crown.
How is the porcelain type decided?
After a detailed clinical and radiological examination of the patients who apply to our hospital, our expert aesthetic dentists decide which full porcelain will be applied. In order to have healthy smiles and aesthetic teeth, you can contact us at our whatsapp number (+905443440787) you can solve your problems with your teeth by making an appointment.
What are Crown and Bridge?
Crown and bridge are both fixed prostheses. Unlike removable prostheses such as dentures that you can remove and clean every day, crowns and bridges are glued over existing teeth or implants and can only be removed by the dentist.
What is the Function of Crowns?
The crown is used to completely cover the damaged tooth. In addition to strengthening the damaged tooth, the crown can also be used to correct its appearance, shape or alignment. The crown can also be placed on the implant to provide a tooth-like shape and structure to function. Porcelain or ceramic crowns can be produced in the natural colour of your teeth.
Other materials that can be used; metal-based porcelain can be used. Your dentist may recommend crowning for the following reasons:
- When there is not enough tooth volume left to fill, the filling
- To prevent weakened teeth from cracking
- To be able to make a bridge
- To cover the dental implant
- To cover yellowed or deformed teeth
- To cover the root canal treated tooth
- To repair a broken tooth
Why Is A Bridge Made?
A bridge may be recommended if you have one or more missing teeth. The gaps caused by the missing tooth can cause the teeth to slide into the spaces or the tooth to rotate in place and change the mouth closing. The imbalance caused by missing teeth can also lead to gum disease and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders.
Bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They fill the void without teeth. Bridges are attached to natural teeth or implants surrounding the empty space. These teeth, called supports, act as stabilizers for the bridge. This new tooth, which will fill the gap, is attached to the support crowns.
As with crowns, you can choose from many materials for bridges. Your dentist can assist you in deciding which material to use based on the location of the missing tooth (or teeth), its function, aesthetic expectations and cost. Porcelain or ceramic bridges can be produced in the natural colour of your teeth.
How to Make Crowns and Bridges?
Before a crown or bridge is made, the support tooth (or teeth) is reduced to fit the crown. After shrinking the tooth / teeth, your dentist will model your tooth to make an accurate mold for the crown or bridge. If porcelain is to be used, your dentist determines the correct shade for the crown or bridge to match your current tooth colour.
Using this mold, the dental laboratory prepares the crown or bridge from the material specified by your dentist. Until a permanent crown or bridge is made, the temporary crown or bridge is placed in place to cover the prepared tooth. When the permanent crown or bridge is ready, the temporary crown or bridge is removed and the new crown or bridge is pasted over the prepared tooth or teeth.
How Long Can Crown and Bridge Be Used?
Crowns and bridges can be used for life, but sometimes they can come loose. The most important thing you need to do for the crown or bridge to be long-lasting is to protect your oral health. Maintain the health of your teeth and gums by brushing your teeth with fluoride toothpaste twice a day and flossing daily. Also, visit your dentist regularly for dental check-up and professional cleaning.
To avoid damage to the new crown or bridge, do not try to chew hard food, ice, or other hard objects.