What is a Dental Implant?
Dental crowns are used for covering damaged or misshaped teeth in order to restore it’s shape, size, strength and appearance. They are also preferred to protect weak teeth or to support teeth with large fillings. Once placed, dental crowns cover the entire visible portion of the tooth and support a confident smile.
Before Dental Crowns Procedure in Turkey
The surgeon needs to examine the tooth and prepare it for the placement of the dental crown. The health of the tooth and surrounding tissues around are checked. The surgeon plans the procedure considering the desired outcome. Computer softwares are used to take measurements of the area and craft the perfect fitting crown.
During Dental Crowns Procedure in Turkey
The surgeon rasps the tooth and makes room for the dental crown to fit. If a big piece of the tooth is missing, filling materials may be used to prepare the tooth. The surgeon then takes the measurement of the tooth using a scanner and designs the crown that fits the patient’s smile perfectly. Using the information gathered, Crowns can be produced either in one of our clinics or at dental laboratories. It might take a few days for the labs to ship the crown. Our technology allow us to manufacture crowns in one of our clinics in Istanbul. It is a good option for patients who wish to finalize the procedure as soon as possible.
On the second visit the surgeon places the dental crown on the prepared tooth, and checks if it matches the patients mouth in terms of shape and color. Once the patient approves the crown is comfortable and aesthetically pleasing, the surgeon attaches it to the tooth using a special dental cement.
After Dental Crowns Procedure in Turkey
The recovery is fast, but the tooth may be extra sensitive for the first days after the pro-cedure. Heath and cold might cause discomfort on the tooth. Oral hygiene and personal habits such as grinding the teeth play a huge role in the healing process. It is recommended to avoid eating hard and sticky foods on the first day, however patient can eat as normal. The average lifespan of a crown is between 5-15 years, depending on how good it is taken care of.