It is now possible to obtain the front tooth aesthetics successfully by making zirconium coating. If you have aesthetic problems on your anterior teeth, you have heard something about zirconium tooth coating. In this article, I will try to explain why zirconium coating is preferred in the anterior teeth aesthetics.
I even had patients who used the temporary dental coating for as long as a year. People’s need for treatment for the front teeth causes them to face difficulties in terms of material and spiritual. Generally, tooth problems that start at an early age may sometimes result in canal treatment, sometimes large tooth decay and filling, and sometimes tooth extraction. In aesthetic dentistry, the color problems of the color-changing composite or old fillings in the front area are only temporary. Thanks to the coatings made on the teeth, symmetric and desired color front tooth coatings are made.
PORCELAIN COATING IN ANTERIOR TEETH
Although porcelain material has been used for many years nowadays, many negative features of porcelain are mentioned. Did the porcelain made before? In this article, I would like to tell you about the old porcelain tooth finishes and aesthetic zirconium tooth finishings.
As you know, the materials used in the body must be biologically compatible, otherwise the reaction occurs in the body. Usually titanium ceramic or zirconium materials in the mouth are used successfully. The porcelain, which is also used in tooth coating, is actually compatible with zirconium and titanium. However, it may cause a reaction in some people due to the different alloys in the metal used in the sub-structure of porcelain.
In the metal, substances such as nickel chromium molybdenum can cause allergic reactions. The metal used under the porcelain provides support and prevents breakage. In general, the casting method is used to obtain metal as a cut tooth. In the casting process, the melted metal is filled by centrifugation into the cavities left by the modeling wax and after the metal has cooled, the model is broken and the cut-tooth compatible metal substructure is obtained. These production stages occur during the melting and hardening of the metal and oxidation and expansion. The metal substructure obtained by casting passes through the Leveling stage to be adjusted on the model. With the etching method, the fit between the metal substructure and the cut tooth cannot be perfect. From time to time, tooth decay will occur. For this reason, metal substructures with casting method lose their games during production stages. In other words, they cannot be implemented in perfect harmony.
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