Zirconium Crown

The Zirconium crown is one of the most important and most recommended types of crowns lately. People who want esthetic artificial teeth prefer zirconium crowns. Patients often wonder about the composition or materials used to make zirconium crowns. Zirconium crowns are made of zirconium oxide or zirconium.

Zirconium is a white metal that exhibits radiopaque properties on x-ray images. In addition, the tooth color is whiter than other treatment options. Unlike conventional metal-based ceramic crowns, there is no unattractive gray line visible.

Zirconium crowns are known for having a natural appearance and are often difficult to distinguish from natural teeth. When metal-based crowns are used, it is recommended that zirconium crowns be attached to the teeth to give the teeth a more natural appearance, as the gum line tends to darken.

Zirconium crowns are very well accepted by the tissues in the mouth. Zirconium crowns work very well after the treatment is completed.

Most dental crowns are corroded by patients with regular use for years. Various liquids and foods consumed over the years cause dental crowns to corrode. Zirconium crowns are not corroded like other types of dental crowns, which contributes significantly to their longevity.

The latest dental technologies are successfully used in the production of zirconium crowns. The best thing about it is the protection of a large number of natural teeth, which means a great saving of time during the treatment. The dentist only needs to make minimal preparations to place zirconium crowns on the respective teeth.

These crowns are manufactured using CAD-CAM (Computer Aided Design – Computer Aided Milling) technology, the latest technology in digital dentistry. Therefore, zirconium crowns are of great benefit to people who want a permanent esthetic solution for their damaged teeth and they are one of the best treatment options available today.

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