Full ceramic Veneers, one of the options used for the treatment of cavities or fractures caused by the lack of support of the teeth, are aesthetic teeth made entirely of porcelain and designed as blocks.
Since ceramic veneers do not contain metal, they have the property of transmitting light just like natural teeth. Since it is bonded to the tooth both mechanically and chemically, ceramic veneers hold on to the tooth more strongly than metal-supported porcelain.
All-ceramic veneers also provide an advantage by preserving their aesthetic appearance even if the gums are receding.
How Are Ceramic Veneers Made?
During the full ceramic veneer, first of all, the teeth are x-rayed. If any, fractures and bruises in the teeth are repaired, fillings are made to the necessary places. Then, impressions are taken from the teeth for ceramic veneer. Lastly, ceramic veneer, taken from the laboratory, are placed on the teeth.
Advantages of Ceramic Veneers
Zirconium veneers have a very solid and natural appearance. At the same time, it is a type of coating that is frequently preferred on teeth thanks to the advancement of technology. As it can be applied to all teeth, it can also be preferred in molars due to its robustness. Thanks to this coating, the teeth are less abraded and zirconium coating is applied to the teeth without damaging their natural structure.
How is Zirconium Veneer Treatment?
Advantages of Zirconium Veneers?
What Should Be Considered After Zirconium Veneers?
After the zirconium veneer treatment, it is necessary to stay away from very cold or hot drinks and foods with very hard shells, especially for the first 48 hours. At the same time, it is very important to brush teeth well and keep them clean. In addition, it will be useful for the patient to go to routine doctor checks every 6 months.