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Zirconium Porcelain

  Zirconium porcelain bridges; It is made by using zirconium alloy, which is a white color, instead of metal on the teeth. The biggest advantage of the Full Porcelain bridge dental system, also called Metal-Free Bridges or Metal-Free Bridges; It is to provide a full aesthetic appearance in the bridges in the front and back region with the very high durability it has reached.



Metal-Free Full Porcelain

Features of Crown Bridges:   

They are made of reinforced porcelain. your crowns

Although many things affect its appearance, the most important

their response to light.


Natural teeth transmit light. As a result of this

depth and vitality appear in the tooth. without metal support

light transmission of porcelain crowns (full porcelain)

their depth and vitality due to their

so that the results closest to the natural tooth can be obtained.

is done.    


Since full porcelains pass light; natural tooth

while creating an aesthetic very similar to its

metal porcelain, even well-made

dullness and artificiality. Therefore, especially

Full porcelain is preferred for anterior teeth. Metal supported porcelains; In some lights (disco, camera flash, etc.), they give the appearance of a dark and empty space as if it were not in the mouth. Full porcelains, on the other hand, pass all kinds of light just like natural teeth.    


Metal-backed porcelains are mechanically bonded to the tooth. Full porcelain 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. When the gingiva recedes, full porcelain preserves their aesthetic appearance, while metal porcelain creates a bad appearance 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 full porcelain.


Porcelain Laminates ( Laminate Veneer )

  Laminate Veneer (porcelain laminate); They are porcelain leaves that are adhered to the teeth by removing only the minimum material from the front surface of the teeth. These leaves, which are very thin (0,3,-0.5 mm), are specially prepared in the desired color, size and forms and are adhered to the front surface of the tooth.

  In this method; Unlike conventional porcelain crowns, very little enamel tissue is removed from the tooth. For this reason, it is the most conservative (protective) treatment that can be done.

Laminate Veneer ; It is very thin, does not contain metal and gives satisfactory results with a quality that cannot be distinguished from real teeth with its light transmittance features. The implementation of the procedure is very simple and takes a short time. First, measurements are taken from the patient. And an exemplary model study is done in the laboratory. The patient sees the finishing phase on this model before the teeth are cut. Then, the teeth are prepared in a painless procedure. After the main impression is taken, a temporary veneer is attached. Thus, the teeth are protected from external effects. In the laboratory, a model is created according to the final measurement and porcelain laminates are prepared. It is adhered to the teeth with a special technique and a material called adhesive resin. As a result of the bonding process, it is very difficult to separate the lamina from the tooth. Therefore, it is very resistant to breakage.

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