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Dental crowns

Dental Crowns in Turkey

Dental crowns are a way of dental treatment which cover the top of damaged teeth. In other words, a crown is a kind of prosthesis that imitates the shape of a tooth worn on a damaged or decayed tooth. Those crowns fit well with the damaged tooth so you can use them as you used your natural teeth before.

If you have aesthetic concerns about your dental appearance the dental crown procedure will be a good choice for you. In that treatment, there is no need to do something surgical. For example, after dental filling treatment, you may not have a natural-looking tooth. In order to fix this problem totally your dentist may recommend you dental crown treatment. Because crowns look like natural teeth and they seem more aesthetic. And weak teeth can be protected by using dental crowns. It covers totally the tooth so it will not affect by any kind of damage. After a dental implant surgery, dental crowns are placed to protect the implants. Like natural teeth implanted teeth also can be covered by the technique of dental crowns. Also, dental crowns can be part of Hollywood smile treatment, if you have discoloured teeth.

Dental Crowns Types We Use

Zirconium Teeth

Zirconium crowns are so strong they can be used anywhere in the mouth. As a result, zirconium crowns will take care of all the dental issues like, tooth decay, yellow stains, and metal allergies. And also offers you the beautiful and pleasant smile with natural looking teeth.

So Why Do Full Ceramic Dental Crowns Look More Aesthetic?

Ceramic is naturally translucent. As such, all-ceramic crowns can be constructed to match the light-transmitting properties of natural teeth. They will blend easily with the rest of your natural teeth.

Advantages of Zirconia Crown:

- No one can differentiate the natural teeth and artificial teeth made from zirconium.

- Zirconium Crowns are fully prepared using ceramic material. Hence, unlike metal-crowns it will not give you a fake look and these are the healthiest option to choose.

The material we use is bio-compatible.

Are long lasting and healthy.


Disadvantages of Zirconium Crowns:

- One potential disadvantage of a zirconia crown is its opaque appearance, which can make it look less than natural. This is especially true for monolithic zirconia crowns, which are made just from zirconia, although it may be less of an issue for teeth in the back of your mouth.

- It is more costly than metal-supported porcelain.

Emax Crowns

It is an aesthetic treatment that helps in fixing fractured and cracked teeth. One of the major reasons for the popularity of E-max crowns is they are all-ceramic crowns that is strong and meant to last longer. Not just that, the E-max crowns also have the ability to save the tooth structure.

The design prepared by the highly qualified dentists and technicians, who are master at CAD/CAM solutions. CAD/CAM helps you to achieve that perfect smile structure. And E-Max brand has used this technology to provide you the best looking and the best functional teeth.

The material used to prepare E-Max Crowns is made from lithium desilicated ceramic, and this material has properties like a diamond. Therefore, it is hard, shiny, and transparent and also it has high durability.

How Do We Apply Emax Dental Crowns?

It actually depends on the condition of your teeth, but these are the typical steps:

First, the dentist performs an examination and cleans your teeth.

Then, using a small drill, the teeth are reshaped so that the crown can fit onto them.

Depending on the level damage or staining, a part of the tooth may be removed or drilled out. Sometimes the tooth reduction is negligible if you have very small teeth.

After this, the dentist takes a digital impression of your teeth with the help of a mold filled with dental putty. This is used as a cast for the fabrication of crowns.

For two or three weeks you might have to wear a temporary crown until the new one isn’t ready. The dentist completes the final fitting through dental surgery.

- Lastly, after the fitting, the dentist does a final color check against the shade chart.  


Advantages of Emax Crowns:

E-Max crowns have high durability and that means chances of crown chipping are less.

E-Max crown is the only brand which gives you the most natural look. Hence, provide you an aesthetic and pleasant smile.

- E-Max crowns are fully made up of ceramic material and do not leave purple stains after treatment.


Disadvantages of Emax Crowns:

We do not prefer it in long bridge treatments because its durability is lower than other types of crowns. In such cases, we prefer zirconium crowns that combine maximum aesthetics and durability.

- They are the most expensive dental crowns.


Metal Supported Porcelain

These are one of the oldest methods used. As it has a metal base that will ensure the long-lasting strength and metal structure will be covered by thick Porcelain which will provide an aesthetic and beautiful look to the tooth. This is the most budget-friendly method.

It consists of a metal base that is coated with the thick layer using porcelain material for the finishing. To achieve the aesthetic smile and natural look, one should know how to give the last finishing. And our experienced dentist uses the quality material to prepare the Metal Porcelain Crown with the proper art of finishing


Advantages of Metal Supported Porcelain:

Long durability

High functionality

Cover all yellow and stained teeth to provide you the beautiful smile.


Disadvantages of Metal Supported Porcelains:

- Light permeability is not as good as natural teeth because of the metal substructure. Therefore, its esthetic properties are in medium-level as compared to zirconium and full ceramic veneers.

They can discolor at the level of gingiva in time.

- They cannot be used in individuals with metal allergy despite the use of alloys not containing nickel are used in them.


How Much Do Dental Crowns Cost in Turkey? 

Average Cost of Zirconium Dental Crowns Per Tooth in Turkey

Price per tooth / £160-200

Average Cost of Emax Dental Crowns Per Tooth in Turkey

Price per tooth / £220-245

Average Cost of Metal Supported Dental Crowns Per Tooth in Turkey

Price per tooth / £135-150


When Are Dental Crowns Used? 

The primary purpose of the crown if to help you protect your original teeth as much as possible. Restoring and enhancing teeth that are damaged is what crowing is done for. In the case of missing teeth, dental crowning is the ideal solution. Also, dental crowns can be part of Hollywood smile treatment, if you have discoloured teeth.


How Much is a Full Mouth of Dental Crowns in Turkey? 

Full Mouth of Zirconia Dental Crowns Cost in Turkey

The cost of full mouth zirconium dental crowns consisting of 24 teeth varies between £3840-4800 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)

But the cost of full mouth zirconium dental crowns consisting of 28 teeth varies between £4480-5600 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)

Full Mouth of Emax Dental Crowns Cost in Turkey

The cost of full mouth emax dental crowns consisting of 24 teeth varies between £5280-5880 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)

But the cost of full mouth zirconium dental crowns consisting of 28 teeth varies between £6160-6860 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)

Full Mouth of Metal Supported Dental Crowns Cost in Turkey

The cost of full mouth metal supported dental crowns consisting of 24 teeth varies between £3240-3600 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)

But the cost of full mouth zirconium dental crowns consisting of 28 teeth varies between £3780-4200 in Turkey. (Including accommodation and transportation)


FAQs About Dental Crowns

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

While no dentist can guarantee that your crowns will last for X amount of years, we can look at some general averages taken from the thousands of people who have dental crown treatments each year.

On average, a typical dental crown can last anywhere from five to fifteen years. This is according to figures gathered through official dental studies.

Common reasons to have your dental crowns replaced sooner than you expect can be put down to damage received through an accident or impact to your jaw and high sugar diet. You also need to consider factors that can affect your crowns negatively such as your bite force or any teeth grinding habit that you may have. These issues can have an effect on how long your crowns will last.


What Are the Disadvantages of Dental Crowns?

    Cost. One disadvantage of crowns can be the cost. Though the cost will depend on many different factors, including the type of crown and procedures involved, the average cost is around $1000. Each person’s mouth is different, so it will depend on your needs. However, insurance can often help. Your provider and policy can give further insight into what is and isn’t covered regarding dental crowns.

    Risk for Nerve Damage. There is a possibility of nerve damage if a tooth is filed too thin. In this case, root canal therapy is an option, or in worst cases, complete nerve removal may need to be done. Your dentist will always do a thorough check to determine that your tooth can support the crown before filing, though.

    Sensitivity. Dental crowns can also be destructive to other teeth if the crown is too abrasive. It may wear on surrounding or opposing teeth, leading to sensitivity or even damage. Make sure to tell your dentist if there is any pain or discomfort surrounding your crown right away!

    Potential Need for Further Repairs. In the unlikely event that a crown is not placed properly, other problems are possible, such as decay, TMJ, or infection. If you feel any discomfort with your crown, be sure to address the issue with your dentist straight away!

    Are Dental Crowns a Good Idea?

    Dental crowns are a good long-term option because they are durable and usually last for at least 5-15 years, which increases patient satisfaction with the treatment.

    Treatment with dental crowns has a high success rate with respect to either other dental restoration methods or no treatment at all. 


    Do Teeth Decay Under Crowns?

     Unfortunately, the teeth underneath the crown can still get damaged by bacteria, which causes cavities and tooth decay. That is why, even with a dental crown, it’s still vital to maintain proper oral hygiene and regular visits to your dentist for cleanings and checkups.


    Why is it Black Under My Crown?

    It is a type of dental crown and it may be the cause of your tooth looking black under the crown. When you have your natural tooth, the light can pass through. But with the crown’s metal, the light cannot pass through it causing the crown to look darker. It also restricts the light in the root.

    Can Crowns Fall Off?

    Crowns can become loose and fall off for a variety of reasons. In some cases, there’s a problem with the crown itself. In others, problems with the tooth underneath may cause the crown to fall off. A crown can become loose because of outside factors like an injury or biting down on hard food. Tooth decay underneath the crown is another important reason a crown may become loose. In this case, the decay will need to be treated before the crown is replaced.

    Consistent grinding or clenching of teeth can also lead to the loss of a crown. Many of us don’t realize the kind of pressure we put on our teeth by grinding or clenching. If your dentist determines that this is a factor in your case, he may recommend a night guard after repairing your tooth and replacing your crown. In some cases, the bonding agent may simply wear out, causing the crown to loosen.

    Why is My Tooth Brown Under My Crown?

     Most of the time, tooth discoloration is caused by bacteria getting in the dental crown. It can also be the result of an inadequate seal on the crown. It could even be a cavity. 


    Do Crowns Make Your Breath Stink?

    No, crowns do not cause any stink. If there is an stink in the mouth, it may be due to dental caries or systemic disorders.

    How Do You Clean Under a Crown?

    Good flossing technique keeps plaque from causing issues. Floss should be threaded and moved through the space between the crown and the gumline. Regular brushing also helps clean around the crown. 

    How Do I Know If My Tooth Crown is Infected?

    Crown tooth pain, swollen gums, tooth sensitivity, and fever can all be signs of an infected tooth crown.

    Why is My Gum Receding Around My Crown?

    Gum recession often results from an infection caused by improper oral hygiene habits. The gap will trap plaque and food particles, feeding the bad bacteria. Not only can this cause the infection to intensify, but it can also lead to decay under the crown

    Is it Better to Get a Crown or Pull the Tooth?

    Whenever possible, it’s better to save your natural tooth with a dental crown. It’s cheaper, faster, and a better choice.

    What Happens If a Tooth Crown Breaks?

    Your treatment depends on the severity of the damage. For example, a small chip can be repaired with resin. On the other hand, if the crown has a large crack, you may benefit from a new crown

    Is Replacing a Crown Painful?

    the tooth and gum tissue will be numbed with a local anesthetic during this procedure then you will not feel any pain.

    Can Food Get Stuck Under a Crown?

    If your new crown has too much space around it, you can find you have a different problem. You might notice that you are getting large pieces of food stuck between the crown and the neighboring teeth. Floss will go through these spaces, but doesn’t easily clean both sides.

    You might also notice that food is accumulating around the base of the crown. This might be a sign that the crown doesn’t fit snug against your tooth–it might be creating a ledge where food and plaque can accumulate. This can lead to gum disease and decay of the tooth.

    Are Porcelain Crowns Stronger Than Teeth?

    they are just as strong as natural teeth when it comes to chewing and biting. In fact, zirconia crowns are even more durable than natural tooth enamel.

    While an accidental impact to a dental crown can still damage it, dental crowns are very strong when it comes to normal oral functions.

    How Long Does it Take For a Crown To Feel Normal?

    The patient may feel the new crown bulkier immediately after placement eventually the patient gets adjusted to the new crown in little over 2 weeks.



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