Dental Crowns in Turkey

Dental crowns are a wonderful alternative for those who seek a proven approach to enhance their smile or fortify a damaged or fractured tooth. A dental crown is the most common restorative dental operation in the world, with over 200+ million crowns created each year.

Crowns are a popular choice as they can address a wide range of dental issues. A dental crown can likely address the problem and maintain your oral health if your tooth is chipped, decaying, misshaped, or weakened.

What is a Dental Crown?

In order to reinforce weak or decaying teeth, dental crowns are dependable covers that are put over the tooth structure. They are often used to keep a dental bridge in place, protect a tooth from further damage, heal a tooth after a root canal, or cover a dental implant. These restorations, which are made of porcelain, are designed to strengthen your teeth structurally and aesthetically while fitting easily over your enamel and blending in with neighboring teeth.

Although composite material is often used to create dental crowns, our cosmetic dentists have discovered that porcelain may provide longer-lasting strength in addition to a natural-looking beauty that closely matches tooth enamel. Dental crowns may be essential protection for a better bite and a more attractive smile, depending on your requirements.

Here are the top indications that you require a dental crown

Teeth that are broken or fractured

Teeth and tooth enamel, unlike many other areas of your body, cannot mend themselves. Infection might occur if your tooth is cracked or shattered. Furthermore, the tooth damage will only worsen with time. To keep broken teeth together, dental crowns are tightly put on top of them. Your tooth is safeguarded from additional injury, microorganisms are kept out, and full function is restored.

Enhancement of Appearance

Many people use dental crowns to improve the appearance of their teeth. Crowns can be used to modify the form or color of a tooth and are frequently used to close gaps between teeth. Crowns are also an excellent choice for concealing teeth that are excessively tiny or misshaped.

Tooth or teeth decay

A dental crown may be a better remedy than a filling alone if you have an advanced cavity, especially if the decay has significantly compromised the tooth. A crown protects your teeth far better in situations like these. Though crowns cannot prevent gum disease, they do assist to prevent subsequent tooth and gum damage. Your dentist can advise you on whether a crown or filling is best for you.

Filling Fracture

Dental fillings prevent germs and plaque from causing tooth decay in the long run. Crowns can be used to repair shattered fillings and restore complete function to the filled tooth.

Massive Fillings

Large fillings, such shattered fillings, might benefit from a crown. Because the greater the filling, the weaker the surrounding tooth. Placing a crown over these weaker teeth can help prevent them from breaking or fracturing.

Root Canal Treatment

During a root canal, your dentist drills into the center of your tooth to remove any decay. This might weaken the structure of the tooth. Because weaker teeth are more prone to shatter, a dental crown is the best option to safeguard the restored tooth.

Do any of the above symptoms sound familiar? AnteraPark Clinic will advise you on whether a tooth crown is the right answer for your dental issue. We want you to be able to smile again as soon as possible! Request a free online consultation with a AnteraPark Dentist today to learn more about dental crowns and all of the dental procedures we provide.

What happens when you require a crown?

A crown operation often necessitates two appointments. During your initial appointment, numerous very highly accurate molds (or impressions) will be taken, which will be used to make your custom crown. A mold will also be used to make a temporary crown that will be placed on your tooth until your new crown is created by our in-house dental laboratory.

While the tooth is numb, your dentist at AnteraPark Clinic will prepare it by removing decay and contouring the surface to suit the crown appropriately. Following completion of these details, your temporary crown will be cemented in place and your bite will be tested to ensure appropriate biting.

Your temporary crown will be removed during your second or third appointment, the tooth will be cleaned, and your new crown will be carefully placed with temporary cement to ensure proper spacing and bite.

During your second or third appointment, your temporary crown will be taken off, the tooth will be cleaned, and your new crown will be put on carefully to make sure the spacing and bite are right. You will be given maintenance instructions and urged to inspect your new crown at frequent dental checkups.