Porcelain Crowns


Porcelain crown veneer is among the preferred dental treatments
in case of missing teeth.

What is a Porcelain Crown?

Porcelain crown veneer is among the preferred dental treatments in case of missing teeth. Caused by different reasons,

Excessive caries on teeth

In cases where color differences occur on the tooth surfaces, the damaged tooth is reduced, it is a treatment method that is applied by sticking the tooth prepared in the laboratory on the reduced tooth.

Porcelain crown dental treatment can be applied to a single tooth, it is also preferred to treat more than one damaged tooth. Since porcelain crowns are fixed to the tooth, they cannot be removed and placed back in the mouth by the patients. In other words, porcelain crowns are not included in the category of removable dental treatment. Porcelain crown veneer is also called “E-max crown”. Porcelain crowns are made of ceramic and can be safely preferred because they do not contain metal.

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Why Us?

Human-Centered Approach

Accessibility, continuity and patient-oriented approach are the basis of a successful treatment process.

Specialist Team

Applications are planned at a professional level, with a scientific perspective.

Custom Design

With the blending of medicine, technology and art, our ideal is to restore your natural smile.

In Which Situations Is Porcelain Tooth Veneer Applied?

In cases where porcelain crown dental treatment should be preferred, they can be preferred not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to treat psychological and oral and dental health. Porcelain crowns are preferred to treat the shape of the teeth, the size of the teeth, the alignment of the teeth, and the health of the gums. The situations in which crown porcelain dental treatment is preferred can be listed as follows;

It is applied in cases of excessive decay in the teeth.

Porcelain crown treatment can be applied in tooth crowding.

In order to prevent the teeth from breaking, porcelain crown treatment can be applied to the teeth that have been weakened due to root canal treatment.

Porcelain crown is applied in cases of color differentiation on tooth surfaces. The point to note here is that porcelain crown treatment can be applied to patients who cannot get results from teeth whitening treatment.

Advantages of Porcelain Dental Veneers

Porcelain crown veneer treatment is a treatment method that is applied by shrinking the damaged tooth and sticking it on the reduced tooth. There is also the advantage of porcelain crown veneer treatment, which is frequently preferred in terms of aesthetics. The advantages of porcelain crown treatment can be listed as follows;

For this reason, porcelain crown treatment is produced from material compatible with human biology. Does not cause allergic reactions.

Porcelain crown veneer is prepared in the natural color of your teeth and therefore does not have any negative effects in terms of aesthetics.

While porcelain crown veneers are prepared in the laboratory, it can be applied to tooth surfaces to prevent aesthetic problems, tooth sensitivity and loss of chewing function.

Porcelain crown veneers do not look different from the existing teeth in the mouth with their translucent and smooth structure. Therefore, they have a natural and beautiful appearance.

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What are the Advantages of Porcelain Crown Application?

The application of porcelain crowns, which provides maximum durability, on teeth that have a slightly lower load-bearing capacity (especially in molars and posterior chewing teeth) compared to other teeth, ensures that these teeth can carry loads for a longer period of time.

How long does the teeth whitening process take?

The whitening process consists of two twenty-minute sessions. Total time is about one hour with dental calculus cleaning.

In Which Situations Can Porcelain Laminate Be Applied?

Porcelain laminate can be applied to any patient who does not have excessive crowding and protrusion, whose color has not turned black due to root canal treatment or a previous blow, and who does not have a malocclusion.

Will the whitened teeth go back to their original state?

It totally depends on the bone structure. In addition, in excessive consumption of foods and beverages that give color (cola, ketchup, tomato paste, etc.), it returns to its original state much faster. However, it is always one tone lighter than the color tone before bleaching.

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