In zirconium porcelain crowns, the white alloy is used instead of grey metal as traditional porcelain bridgework and prosthesis infrastructure. This provides the patient with an aesthetic and natural look.
They transmit light, and the purple colouring seen with prostheses with metal support is not observed. They are compatible with the human body and don't cause allergies.
Zirconium-backed porcelains have a high endurance of 900 megapascals and can be used even on canine teeth. It is an aesthetic and elegant modern technology material that can transmit light alongside its strength and endurance.
In the laboratory stage, these prostheses are prepared with computer-aided devices with Cad-Cam technology. Measurements we obtain from the mouth are scanned with Optical readers and shaped by the computer with milling systems without touching. Data created with the help of cameras is uploaded to the computer, designed (Cad) and produced (Cam).
Because the enamel of healthy teeth ultimately transmits light, it perfectly matches the appearance of natural teeth thanks to the light-transmitting property of zirconia.
Metals which are the substructures of classical porcelain coatings, create an opaque appearance in the teeth. It makes them look lifeless and artificial. Zirconium application provides a more excellent aesthetic appearance.
Tooth-cutting procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, then a temporary coating with tooth colour is performed, and the process is completed without any sizzles caused by hot and cold.
Treatment is completed within seven days in patients without gingival problems. When the aesthetic appreciation of our patients is gained, the treatment is completed.
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