Dental Crown in Turkey

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What is Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped cups that are affixed to the tooth to enhance its size, shape, look, or strength. Tooth crowns, which can be made from a variety of materials, are crucial for maintaining dental health and enhancing aesthetics. A dental crown can be put on a tooth after root canal therapy. Dental crowns can be used for roughly 5 to 15 years without any issues due to their increased durability using higher-quality materials. If oral hygiene is provided, regular brushing and oral care are performed, the life of dental crowns is extended. The teeth and gums are numbed by local anesthetic used by dentists during the process. The tooth is shaped, and the process is terminated by attaching a crown.

Dental Crown Methods

The following treatment methods can be counted among the most common types of dental crowns:

  • Zirconium Crown
  • Laminate Crown
  • Empress Crown

Zirconium Crown

30 years ago, metal-supported porcelains were used more frequently. When it was seen that metal could cause aesthetic and health reactions over time, research on the use of other materials increased. The difference of zirconium, which is very close to metal in terms of element structure; It is white in color, very close to tooth color. Gray metal had a color reflection problem and thick coatings to mask this color. Color reflection problem in zirconium has been eliminated. When a quality zirconium is combined with a beautiful craftsmanship, crowns very close to natural teeth can be produced. With the use of zirconium material, which is fully compatible with the oral fauna, both allergic reactions were prevented, and a much more aesthetic solution was produced compared to metal. With full ceramic coatings, more aesthetic results can be obtained from zirconium. Since there is no flexing resistance like a bridge; In areas with missing teeth and where bridges are planned, the best abutment is zirconium. Single tooth applications can be made with compressed, pressed porcelain.

It does not change the patient's sense of taste as in metal supports. It is more compatible with the teeth because it is produced in computer-aided systems. There is no gray color reflection from the gingival edge. They received an unsuitable prosthetic treatment.

Laminate Crown

Laminate crown applications are also one of the treatments that are frequently used, especially within the scope of smile design. Laminate crown, which offers ideal solutions against yellowing on the tooth surface, fractures, or cracks in the teeth, can be applied in two different ways. These are porcelain or composite materials. In porcelain laminate application, crowns prepared by expert technicians in the laboratory are placed on the teeth, while composite laminate application is applied directly in the mouth and by the dentist. In laminate crown treatment, the patient's expectation and the capacity of the materials should be well evaluated. When teeth are close together and there is just minor crowding, composite laminate might be sufficient. However, leaf porcelains created in a lab using glass ceramics give remarkably effective effects when used in larger smiling designs. Better aesthetic outcomes are obtained when the material is indirectly created in the lab. Transparency, effects that are more pronounced and realistically thin the teeth approach the tip. It can be produced in the desired color and form. If we are complaining about a gap between the teeth, if there are other necessary conditions, it only gives very good results in composites. The distinction we are talking about here is the correct assessment of the number of teeth to be made and the expectation for the result.

Empress Crown

In order to apply this method, the tooth must be present. The surrounding of the tooth is abraded evenly and proportionally, and a full ceramic coating is applied on it. The material used is the same as laminate crown, the difference is that it is wrapped including the back of the tooth. It is generally not preferred in bridge restorations due to insufficient flexural strength; it can break. However, it can be considered as the most aesthetic and successful method in single tooth restorations. Its difference from zirconiums is that it can be worked finer, and the tooth effects can be processed more clearly. It works successfully even in 0.2 – 0.4 mm thick. Aesthetic results can be achieved with minimal abrasions on the teeth.

Dental Crown Cost in Turkey

Erdem Hospital offers high-level service under the most favorable conditions. With an online free consultation, the price is determined after the treatment recommended by our doctors. Our prices are offered in all-inclusive packages. All services mentioned below will be included in the price.

  • Free consultation
  • All accommodation in a 5-star hotel
  • Pre/post-operative testing
  • Cost for laboratory
  • Medication and Equipment
  • All round VIP transfer
  • 7/24 Support
  • Assistants speak English

Before Dental Crown Operation

Teeth are prepared for crown by performing an examination. Before the coating, the teeth are cleaned by making appropriate treatments. All conditions necessary for coating are provided. Crown dental treatment stages are:

  • Impressions of the teeth are taken, and temporary molds are placed on the teeth until the veneers are prepared.
  • If a problem occurs during the time the molds remain on the teeth, it is immediately intervened and any problems that may arise when the coating is made are resolved.
  • Crowned teeth are prepared in computer environment with 3D systems. Then teeth are applied to the teeth on the appointment day.

The dental crown treatment process ends in about 3 sessions if there is no problem. It should be noted that the treatment should be done with 2-3 days intervals. After the dental crown treatment is over, it is important for the patient to pay attention to oral and dental care and to come for regular check-ups.

If the required requirements are met, dental procedures carried out by professional doctors can be utilized for many years without harm.

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After Dental Crown Operation

It is recommended that you follow the instructions given by your dentist in order to have a comfortable and comfortable healing process after veneer teeth. According to the type of coating treatment, there are procedures that should be done in accordance with each treatment. Dental crown treatments are applied by using various methods to regulate the disorders in the tooth structure and to achieve healthier teeth. The factors to take into account following coating, based on treatments, include.

  • You should consider the crowns like your normal teeth and brush them at least 2 times a day.
  • Food residues may remain under the coatings, for this it is necessary to use super floss.
  • It is necessary to go to a regular check-up once in 6 months.
  • It's typical to experience tingling at first. it will pass in time. If it does not pass, you can use the painkiller recommended by your doctor, if it does not go away, you can make an appointment with your doctor.
  • Your doctor can temporarily bond the teeth. In this case, the coatings can come off more easily. There is no such thing as a temporary bonded tooth that will fall out all the time. If there is no problem after trial use, it will be permanently attached.
  • Use of dental floss should be continued. Even the usage frequency should be raised.
  • Be careful with extremely hard foods, especially walnuts, etc. The shells of the food should not be broken.
  • There may be permanent or temporary adhesive residues when first bonded. When you brush your teeth, don't be afraid.
  • You can schedule a visit with your doctor to discuss all of your issues.
  • It may take time to get used to because there is a foreign substance in your mouth.
  • Crowns may seem too big for your tongue, lips, inside your mouth. The reason for this is that there are no teeth in that area for a long time. You will get used to it within 15 days at the latest.

Dental Crown Process



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The tests may be performed the day of your procedure. Therefore, make appropriate plans.

You should be informed that if you decide to have dental crowns here, you'll need to stay in Istanbul for a few days. The dentist practice will provide you with a temporary crown during the interval. Your custom-made crowns are normally made in 4 to 7 days and fit perfectly. This suggests that you will need to stay in Istanbul for about a week.

Following the insertion of a dental crown, there is normally a few days of recuperation time. Patients may experience some irritation, sensitivity, and discomfort after the procedure, but these side effects should subside in a week or two. It is advised to rinse with warm salt water several times per day to assist minimize gum swelling.

In most circumstances, a crown cannot be placed without at least two millimeters of dental structure. This often means that the tooth must be present and healthy enough to sustain a dental crown on at least one-quarter of the visible surface.

A crown can be placed without first needing a root canal, and vice versa. You could occasionally need to receive both treatments, though. In the event that your tooth cannot be saved, your dentist may suggest extraction. Later, dentures, dental bridges, or implants might be used to replace the missing teeth.

You should heed your dentist's advice if they say a dental crown is the better option and an extraction is not necessary. It's preferable to preserve your own tooth with a dental crown whenever possible. It's more advantageous and quicker to do so.

The best and most natural-looking crowns are made of porcelain or ceramic. They have the same dimensions, hue, and form of your teeth. It is the ideal solution for restoring front teeth. Since no metal is utilized and they are biocompatible, they are toxic-free.

The best solution for complete or virtually complete tooth loss is typically a set of dentures. Modern dentures look natural and completely restore your smile, yet they will never feel exactly like your original teeth. Additionally restoring your smile, crowns are actually advised by dentists in numerous situations that do not involve complete tooth loss.

A dental crown is the same as a dental cap. An additional word for dental crowns that is frequently used by older people is "dental caps." The phrase "dental crown" is now used to describe the tooth-colored crowns that cover cracked, broken, or discolored teeth.

However, if a patient waits too long to acquire a crown, the decay will eventually spread to the inner layer of the tooth, which houses the pulp and nerve. The diseased nerve must then be removed by a root canal.

Turkish dental crowns typically last between 5 and 15 years. This is presuming you take good care of them.

The dentist or periodontist numbs the region before making tiny incisions to peel the gums away from the teeth and scrape out extra gum. In certain instances, only removing gum tissue is sufficient to reveal more of the crown.