Implant Treatment Types
- – Nobel Dental Implant + Abutment
- – Bego Dental Implant + Abutment
- – DTI Dental Implant + Abutment
- – Sinus Lifting
- – Bone Grafting
The biggest advantage of applying implant is the implant denture. In other words, patients have fixed teeth that are almost the same feature instead of the teeth they have lost. An accurate application instead of lost teeth can often yield better results than your own teeth. It may be possible to use implant teeth for many years. However, implant application must be done under appropriate conditions to ensure these. Patients can care for them like their own teeth and use them smoothly. In addition, the bone with the drawn tooth will melt over time as it does not function over time. With the implant to be made after shooting, bone melting will decrease and then stop completely. Therefore, the protection of the bone is an important advantage that the patient achieves in the implant count.
Can implant be used comfortably in everyone?
If patients have a bone structure to place implants (artificial bone may be formed if there is no bone) and there is no systemic disease to prevent healing of wounds, as many implants can be used as desired. The placed screws have a certain length and width. The jawbone should be wide enough to take them. So a successful implant application depends on the condition of the jawbone. In addition, the gums must be healthy during and after treatment. implant application is not suitable for people whose bone development has not been completed under 18 years old. It can be applied easily after this age.
- – Treatment plan by taking panoramic and periapical x-rays
- – When necessary, filling, canal treatment and gum treatment
- – Preparation of teeth by wearing and composite temporary coatings of the same session
- – Laboratory stages: preparation of porcelain with metal infrastructure
- – Rehearsal of porcelain treatment with metal substructure
- – Porcelain dental rehearsal
- – Alignment and gluing of the dental prosthesis in the mouth
What are the advantages of Metal Porcelain Crowns?
- – Metal porcelain crown is the most durable and widely used infrastructure material.
- – Metal porcelain crown is at aesthetic satisfying level when required sensitivity is shown.
- – Metal porcelain crown is economical.
Metal Porcelain Crown Prices
- – The prices of metal porcelain crown are more affordable than other aesthetic dental treatments. You can call us or fill out the form below to get information about metal porcelain crown prices.
Zirconium crowns are one of the highest quality products ever reached in dental aesthetics. It is an indispensable element of dental aesthetics with its robustness, texture compatibility and natural appearance. Aesthetic dentistry developing technology has now begun to be abandoned with the forms of treatment developed. The factors sought in dental aesthetics are quite a lot. The tooth made does not serve one purpose. These factors are factors such as biological harmony, natural tooth appearance, aesthetic and mechanical resistance. These factors we count are available in zirconium. In its infrastructure, zirconium is used, not metal. Zirconium is a white alloy. Zirconium sub-structured porcelain stands quite naturally even on the anterior teeth, but it has no aesthetic advantage, it is quite robust. For this reason, the preference of dentists is zirconium coating. In this way, the quality of life of the person increases. With these teeth, which stand as natural as their own teeth and are even more robust than their own teeth, they win a new smile against life.
Zirconium is a substance found in nature. It is removed from nature, passes in the form of white metal.
The difference of zirconium from classical metal bridges is the use of white alloy as a infrastructure in practice. Metal was used in classical metal bridges. This product, which provides a highly aesthetic image and is produced with the latest technologies, is the only product that can combine durability and naturalness.
What are the advantages of Zirconia Crowns?
- Zirconium porcelain is the tooth’s own color. In this way, even those around the person cannot notice this.
- Zirconium coatings do not cause any allergies in the gum.
- It does not cause any color change in the gum.
- They are highly resistant. In this way, any food can be easily bitten on the front and back teeth.
- It has the ability to mask the color of the underlying tooth. For this reason, flawless results are provided even in highly colored teeth.
- It does not impair the sense of taste in one’s mouth. It does not cause gingival problems and there is absolutely no obligation to exit-etch.
- Zirconium crowns, which have a highly effective use area in the aesthetic dentistry branch, front and rear teeth and dental cavities, are a very high quality application where aesthetics and naturalness meet strength.
What are the Types of Zirconia Crowns?
There are two types of zirconium thread coating methods. They are divided into two with metal support and without metal support. The most important reason why zirconium thread coating method is preferred is its durability. Application on both the back and front teeth is an important indicator for having an aesthetic appearance. If you want to choose a healthy method for your teeth, you can take advantage of zirconium teeth. Be sure to choose institutional points in this regard. In this way, you can get the desired result. Since the process is a matter of expertise, be sure to pay attention to this detail.
Zirconia Crowns Prices
- Zirconium dental coatings are produced flawlessly with computer technology. In this way, they will be used for life. For this reason, one should consider the price he gives as an investment. Since the dental problems he will spend throughout his life are free from the cost, he even gets advantageous by having zirconium. In this long run, the price of the service is not much considering this way. Please contact us for your price inquires.
FAQ ABOUT IMPLANT TREATMENT.
There can be multiple causes; Progressed tooth decay, Accident, Inflammation of the tooth’s supporting tissue, Absence of the tooth’s germ, Systemic disease, Medicines and other treatments.
The absence of teeth leads to the following consequences: Bone loss, Possible complications and shifting at the level of the remaining healthy teeth, Decrease in the chewing function, Digestive problems, Aesthetic damage and change in facial expressions, Speech difficulties. Dental implants help to remedy these complications by bringing an aesthetic and functional solution.
Implant treatment makes it possible to; replace an isolated tooth, replace several teeth, replace all teeth on a jaw that is completely toothless. In this case, the implants accommodate the securing of a bridge or to stabilise removable dentures.
The insertion of an implant is not a must-have solution, but if the conditions allow for it, it is the solution to favour. Contrary to the insertion of a bridge, an implant treatment does not require the support of neighbouring teeth. The neighbouring healthy teeth are thus preserved because they are not ground down.
There are no age limits. Any elderly person can receive a dental implant, provided that there are no risk factors. However, a dental implant cannot be inserted for a patient who is too young (under the age of eighteen years approximately). It is essential that the jaw is fully developed.
Conditions to meet before ensuring the success of a treatment: Irreproachable oral-dental hygiene, Competence and expertise of the practitioner, Individual treatment of each patient by the practitioner, Follow-up and regular check-ups ensured by the practitioner.
The surgical phase consists of inserting dental implants into the maxillary bone. It is practised under local anaesthesia and is painless. The duration of the procedure varies between thirty minutes and two hours, depending on the complexity of the procedure (number and location of implants, bone volume available, etc.). The practitioner makes an incision in the gums and drills the bone on the site intended to receive the implant. An increase in the bone mass can be envisaged when the bone volume required for inserting the implant is insufficient. Once the implant is inserted, the gums are closed up and sutured.
The insertion of implants is generally performed under local anaesthesia and the procedure is completely painless. Potential post-operative pain can be alleviated with painkillers.
Dental implants have a long lifecycle, even unlimited. Clinical studies conducted for the long term certify that dental implants theoretically do not have a limited lifecycle, provided that good oral-dental hygiene is adhered to and that regular follow-ups with a healthcare professional are ensured. Only a poor state of the bone’s preservation can reduce the lifecycle of an implant.