How Zirconia crown is done?
Zirconia crown is done in a similar way to other dental veneer treatments. The most decisive difference between dental coating treatments is, of course, the type of material used for veneer. As with metal-backed coatings, minor corrections and adjustments are made on the teeth that will be coated before zirconium tooth treatment is applied. With these corrections, the tooth is usually reduced and given a form that can fit the coating exactly on it. Zirconia crown, which does not cause any damage to the teeth, is produced by CAD/CAM technology in the laboratory environment according to the mouth and tooth structure, which is specially measured. On top of the zirconium infrastructure produced in the appropriate color for the tooth, the porcelain superstructure is processed and harmonized with the tooth in the clinical environment. In the final stage, it is glued to the tooth by applying the help of special tooth coating adhesives and integrated in such a way that it remains permanently.
If the patient has a gum problem, some measures are taken to do so. A person’s gum disease is primarily cured. Zirconium teeth can be made after a person’s gum disease has been treated. When tooth loss occurs for any reason, movement begins towards this cavity in neighboring teeth. As a result, gum problems occur in the adjacent teeth, bone loss due to tipping into this cavity, deterioration in aesthetics and changes in chewing forces. If this cavity is not restored with an implant or bridge for a long time, there may also be losses in these neighboring teeth. Zirconium oxide, which is a high-tech product and has proven its durability as a heat shield in space shuttles and as a brake disc in sports cars, is now also used by dentists. The contribution of this technological ceramics developed for dentistry with the application of zirconium smart ceramics to prosthetic treatment is great.