Zirconia Restorations

Zirconia Restorations


What Are The Fields of Usage of Zirconium?

Zirconium has high tensile strength, durability and tissue-friendliness, so it can be used as a ceramic form implant and abutment material in dentistry, as core materials in fixed restorations (crown-bridge, laminate, inlay-onlay), and post-core materials. The introduction of zirconium ceramics has paralleled the development of computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technology.

Where are Zirconium Teeth used?

  • In the case of hereditary coloration and advanced colorings (antibiotics, fluorine, etc.) when bleaching method does not work
  • As an alternative to wire treatment in patients with orthodontic (crowding) problems
  • In teeth with excessive loss of material that cannot be filled
  • Those with a tooth opening (diastema) that cannot be covered with laminate
  • People with metal-supported bridges and crowns in their mouths
  • In fracture restorations that cannot be corrected with composite fillings
  • Correction of old fillings whose color and structure are damaged

How long does the construction phase of zirconium teeth take?

  • First, the teeth are prepared for crown restoration and the impression is taken.
  • Then, the gingival compliance is checked with the crowns prepared in the laboratory.
  • In the last phase, aesthetic, occlusion and phonation is rehearsed. They are checked if they fit on your teeth and compatible with your face. These procedures are completed approximately within 7-10 days.
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