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Porcelain - Zirconium Crown Prostheses (Veneers)

Crown prostheses are prostheses that are worn over the teeth and provide a natural tooth appearance. It is made to eliminate problems such as tooth decay, fracture, discolouration, deformities and to provide an aesthetic smile. Although the crown prosthesis is porcelain, different materials can be used in its substructure. The most suitable prosthesis material for the tooth can be decided after oral examination and detailed anamnesis.


Crown prostheses that imitate teeth can also be applied as bridge prosthesis in cases where one or more teeth are missing.

Crown prosthesis types include metal-supported porcelain crowns, zirconium-supported porcelain crowns, full zirconia crowns, empress porcelain crowns (E-max crowns).

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Who Can Have Zirconium Dental Veneers?

Zirconium dental crown is an aesthetic solution that can be applied to every individual over the age of 18 who has completed tooth and jawbone development. This coating is specially designed to meet various needs.


Zirconium coating can be preferred in cases of excessive caries, defects and abrasion in the teeth. In addition, if the teeth are crowded and the individual does not want orthodontic treatment, zirconium tooth coating can be considered. It can be used as bridge treatment or implant coating in single tooth deficiencies.


It can be preferred in severe tooth discolouration that does not go away with whitening treatment, multiple tooth deficiencies or as a coating over a full implant. Zirconium tooth coating can offer an effective solution for smile design for aesthetic appearance correction.


In addition, zirconium tooth coating can be recommended in cases such as maintaining the strength of the tooth that has undergone root canal treatment, wanting an aesthetic smile design after experiencing gum problems, or wanting a quick solution to crowding in the teeth.


Zirconium dental veneers should be assessed by experienced dentists to meet these various needs and offer a personalised treatment.

How is Zirconium Tooth Veneer Made?

  1. First Examination: During the first examination, the dentist evaluates the patient's mouth and dental structure in detail. As a result of this evaluation, the applicability of zirconium coating is determined. The patient is given detailed information about the process, steps and results of the procedure, so that the patient understands how the treatment will work.

  2. Preparation Process: During the preparation process, local anesthesia is applied to the patient to prevent the feeling of pain or aching. Teeth are made suitable for zirconium coating; is filed or reduced. If bridge operation is required, it is performed at this stage.

  3. Laboratory Process: After the appropriate size of the teeth is determined, measurements are taken. Color selection is made according to the patient's preference. The measurements and color information transmitted to the laboratory enable the preparation of a personalized zirconium dental coating.

  4. Treatment Process: Zirconium crowns are placed on the teeth using special adhesives. This stage can be performed permanently, or it can be applied temporarily for the patient to get used to the process or for control purposes. The treatment period usually varies between 3-5 days, but in some cases this period can be extended up to 7 days.

  5. Post-Treatment Process: After the treatment is completed, the patient should go to the dentist at regular intervals. During these checks, the condition of the coating is evaluated and care recommendations suitable for oral and dental health are given. The lifespan of the coating is directly related to the patient's attendance at regular check-ups and attention to general oral and dental health habits. This process is important to ensure that the patient has a long-term healthy smile.

After Care Zirconium Dental Veneers

After zirconium tooth coating, the maintenance process is important for the coating to be long-lasting and to maintain its aesthetic appearance. You can pay attention to the following tips to ensure this maintenance process:


  • To keep zirconium dental veneers clean, take care of daily dental hygiene, regular brushing, flossing and dental check-ups are part of this care.

  •  You can increase the durability of zirconium coatings by avoiding excessively hard foods.

  • If you have a habit of grinding your teeth, you can reduce the damage to teeth and veneers by using a suitable night plate.

  • Avoid smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, these habits can damage natural teeth and zirconium dental veneers.

  •  If you are involved in active sports or your teeth are exposed to trauma, consider using a mouth guard.

  • Have your zirconium dental veneers checked regularly and, if necessary, have them maintained or repaired according to your dentist's recommendations. Professional teeth cleaning should also be done regularly.

The lifespan of a zirconium dental crown varies depending on various factors and can usually last up to 15 years. However, there are a number of factors that influence this process.


Factors such as personal care habits, the current condition of the teeth, regular oral hygiene practices, periodic dental examinations and preventive measures taken play a key role in determining the life of the zirconium coating. If good oral hygiene is not maintained, taking precautions such as not brushing the teeth regularly or not flossing can cause bacteria and plaque accumulation in the zirconium coating and negatively affect its lifespan.


It should also be kept in mind that habits that put excessive strain on the teeth, such as opening the teeth with hard objects or breaking off hard objects, can also reduce the durability of zirconium veneers. For these reasons, it is important to follow regular dental care routines and the dentist's recommendations to maximise the life of the zirconium dental crown.

What is the Lifespan of Zirconium Dental Veneers?

Porcelain tooth coating is a preferred dental treatment method not only in terms of health but also to meet aesthetic preferences. It is an ideal solution for those who want to protect teeth that have suffered excessive material loss, correct deformities and achieve an aesthetic smile.


The porcelain material used in this treatment method shows a permanent feature after the veneer is placed. Porcelain takes its natural whiteness from the raw material, has no metal in it and does not contain toxic substances.



Porcelain dental veneers have important advantages in terms of oral and dental health. In addition to being more durable compared to other coating types, they can reflect light like natural teeth. In addition, their aesthetic appearance makes porcelain veneers more preferable than other options.

What is Porcelain Tooth Veneer?

Porcelain dental veneers are suitable for treating various conditions and making aesthetic improvements. It can be applied to compensate for missing teeth, repair tooth fractures, smile design for aesthetic purposes, treatment of types of caries that do not improve with filling, elimination of structural defects in the teeth (for example, crowded teeth), whitening of permanent stains in tooth colour, treatment of gaps between teeth, harmonisation of teeth of different shapes, equalisation of teeth with other teeth with a smaller structure than normal. However, porcelain veneers are not recommended in cases requiring dental inflammation or canal treatment, and other treatment options should be considered in these cases.

In Which Cases Is Porcelain Tooth Veneer Applied?

The porcelain tooth veneering process involves certain steps and usually takes place as follows:


  1. Tooth Preparation: Firstly, the material on the teeth to be veneered is covered with suitable materials in the shape of the tooth. This process aims to extend the life of the teeth.

  2. Modelling: The dentist makes a model of the teeth to be coated. This model is used for the preparation of porcelain veneers in the laboratory.

  3. Preparation of Porcelain Veneer: Dental technicians prepare the porcelain veneer on the received model. Porcelain provides a natural appearance by reflecting the colour of the tooth itself.

  4. Temporary Veneers:

  5. Placement of the Permanent Veneer: The porcelain veneer is placed by the dentist after it comes from the laboratory. Local anaesthesia can be applied for the comfort of the patient. After the veneer sits on the tooth, the necessary adjustments are made and it is permanently placed in place using special adhesives.

How is Porcelain Tooth Veneer Made?

After porcelain dental veneers, it is important to take some precautions to ensure a long-lasting and healthy result. These precautions include:


  • Paying attention to oral and dental health, brushing teeth regularly and using dental floss.

  • Use a soft-bristled toothbrush.

  • Regular dental check-ups every 6 months.

  • Using the medication recommended by the dentist for pain or soreness that may occur after the veneer.

  • Avoiding sugary and acidic foods.

  • Not smoking or reducing if smoking.

  • Avoiding hard and crusted foods to avoid damage to the coatings.

  • If there is a problem of teeth clenching or grinding, consult a dentist and use retainers if necessary.

  • Using a mouth guard when doing sports.

Care After Porcelain Tooth Veneers

The lifetime of porcelain dental veneers can vary between 7 and 10 years, depending on personal care habits, dental health status and other factors. To achieve long-lasting results, it is important to attend regular dental check-ups and follow the dentist's recommendations.

What is the Lifespan of Porcelain Dental Veneers?

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