We provide professional support in Prosthetics (Porcelain Crown, Laminate Veneer Crown, Zirconium Veneer Crown, Empress Veneer Crown).
Prosthetic dental treatment is a dental department that aims to
restore lost teeth or intraoral surrounding tissues to the patient. The
loss of teeth and surrounding tissues can cause aesthetic, functional,
phonetic, as well as psychological problems and should therefore be compensated
using prosthesis. Dental prosthesis can be categorized as fixed,
removable, and prosthesis mounted on top of implants.
Fixed prosthetics are those which gain support from existing
teeth and are fixed to them by being glued. Since they cannot be manually
removed by the patient, they are referred to as fixed prosthetics. They
are made with either metallic bases non-metal bases. Veneers made on top
of single teeth or bridges made by shrinking neighboring teeth in order to
restore missing teeth are both types of fixed prosthetics.
Removable prosthetics are those that are supported by the teeth
as well as the remaining gum and bones from the missing area. They are
generally used when the number and positioning of the remaining teeth don’t
allow for a fixed prosthetic.
They are greater in size than fixed prosthetics as they fill in
the missing areas in order to be able to be supported by them. They can
easily be removed and worn by the patient. In cases where the teeth have
been partially lost, prosthesis that are attached to the remaining teeth by
hooks or sensitive binders are called removable partial prosthesis. In
situations where all teeth have been lost, a prosthesis which sits on the
toothless area’s gum and bone are called total prosthesis.
Implants are root shaped titanium screws mounted on the jawbone
to replace missing teeth. By using implants, a missing tooth can be
replaced as naturally as possible, without touching neighboring teeth.
Patients forced to use removable prosthesis can have their prosthesis switched
to fixed prosthesis. Alternatively, they may also be used to minimize the
movement of total prosthesis and to increase their holding strength. In
terms of removing the boundaries of prosthesis, implants offer various
Aesthetics is also an important matter in prosthetic dental
treatment. Aesthetic applications can be made to fix he color, shape and
size, breaks, erosion, development disorders, spacing, and positional
irregularities in teeth in order to acquire a better look.
The key material for
these applications is porcelain. Especially popular in recent years and
commonly used, non-metal porcelains offer a very natural, aesthetic
application. Veneers made using non-metal porcelains and lamina
porcelains glued to just the visible surface of the teeth, similar to glue-on
nails, are very good examples of applications in aesthetic improvement.