Zirconium & E – Max Coating
Zirconium is a durable and aesthetic material used in dental aesthetics and restoration applications. It is used in various dental treatments such as zirconium dental crowns and implant-supported dentures.
Zirconium can be used for aesthetic dental crowns or veneers. Zirconium crowns are specially designed and bonded to the front surface of the teeth and can correct the color, shape and size of the teeth. Zirconium coatings that adapt to tooth color help achieve a natural and aesthetic smile.
Zirconium implants are used for the treatment of tooth deficiencies. Like traditional titanium implants, zirconium implants are integrated into the jawbone and a prosthetic tooth is attached to it. Zirconium implants offer a color and appearance that is aesthetically closer to natural teeth.
Zirconium bridges are used for the treatment of missing teeth. It is a veneer system that is supported on neighboring teeth and covers the missing tooth area. The durability and aesthetic properties of zirconium may cause zirconium bridges to be preferred.
Zirconium can be used to cover damaged or decayed parts of teeth. Zirconium crowns offer a durable and natural aesthetics.
Zirconium prostheses are used in the treatment of missing teeth with prosthesis. Gum-colored zirconium makes the prosthesis look more natural and aesthetic.
What are the Advantages of Zirconium Application?
- Zirconium material is strong and durable.
- Zirconium crowns provide a natural and aesthetic smile.
- The color of zirconium does not change over time and provides color durability.
- Zirconium is a material compatible with the body and has a low risk of allergy.
- Zirconium has color and light transmittance similar to natural teeth.
It is important to consult with a dentist or dental esthetician before considering treatment options.
Does Zirconium Teeth Decay? How Long Does It Last?
Zirconium teeth can generally be used for many years as it is a durable and long-lasting material. However, like any type of dental restoration, zirconium teeth may wear out, become damaged, or need to be replaced over time.
To prolong the life of zirconium teeth, it is important to pay attention to regular and effective oral hygiene. Brushing your teeth regularly, flossing, and maintaining it as recommended by your dentist can increase the lifespan of the restoration.
Excessive chewing of hard or boring foods can cause wear of zirconium teeth. It is important to follow the dietary habits recommended by your dentist.
Teeth grinding habits may cause wear or damage to zirconium teeth. Using a night plate if necessary can prevent such situations. Bad habits such as nail biting and pencil biting can damage zirconium teeth.
It is important to see your dentist regularly to detect possible problems early and take precautions.
If your zirconium teeth have expired or are damaged, you should contact your dentist. Your dentist will evaluate the condition of the restoration and recommend the best treatment options. These options may include reconstruction, replacement of the existing restoration, or a different treatment plan. Since every situation is different, it is important to seek expert advice.
How Long Does Zirconium Application Take?
The duration of zirconium dental applications may vary depending on the treatment used, the specific condition of the patient and the complexity of the treatment.
The application time of zirconium crowns may generally require two or three visits. During the first visit, the dentist will take your impressions and place temporary crowns. When the specially designed veneers are ready in the laboratory, these veneers are placed on the second visit.
The application time of zirconium implants may vary depending on the stages required by the implant treatment. Steps such as placing implants, the healing process and attaching prostheses can be completed in different periods of time.
The application time of zirconium crowns and bridges may vary depending on the treatment plan and your dentist’s preferences. Often several visits may be required. The application time of zirconium prostheses may vary depending on the complexity of the prostheses and the specific condition of the patient.
It is best to contact your dentist to get more precise information about the application time. Your dentist will determine the most suitable treatment plan for you and inform you about the treatment process.
E-Max is a high-quality porcelain material used for aesthetic dental veneers and crowns. E-Max porcelains are generally used on front teeth or visible areas in dental aesthetic applications. This material is preferred to achieve aesthetic results and create durable restorations.
What are the Advantages of E-Max Coatings?
- E-Max porcelains provide aesthetically attractive results by providing light transmittance and color similar to natural teeth.
- E-Max crowns are durable and designed to withstand daily oral activities. They can remain intact during chewing and other mouth movements.
- E-Max veneers can help preserve more dental tissue by ensuring minimal removal of dental tissue.
- E-Max coatings have high color stability, meaning that the likelihood of color change over time is low.
- E-Max porcelains can be specially designed to provide a perfect fit to the teeth.
- E-Max material is compatible with the body and has a low risk of allergy.
E-Max veneers are the preferred option for patients who want an aesthetic dental appearance or restoration. It is important to consult a dentist to determine your treatment plan and evaluate whether E-Max veneers are right for you.