Many problems can be solved with zirconium dental crowns. In addition to problems such as tooth decay, discoloration of the teeth, this material can also be used for removable or fixed prostheses for the whole mouth. So, how is zirconium tooth made?
Evaluation and preparation: This stage may vary depending on which procedure will be followed by a dental crown. Shortening and shaping the tooth, adapting the implant to the area, etc. are included in this stage.
Mold taking: An impression is taken from the part of the tooth or implants. For teeth that are similar to the other teeth of the person and that can be used without problems such as height, high attention is required during the mold making phase.
Veneer production: Today, the production process of teeth is often completed with the help of computer-aided systems. At this stage, it is important to prepare the color and size of the tooth accurately.
Placement of the veneer: The dentist places the manufactured veneer in the patient’s mouth. If there is no problem, the zirconia tooth is placed in the area with dental adhesive and the process is completed.