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Dental Crowns in Turkey

Read the FAQs of Dental Crowns Turkey to find out Dental Crown Types, Dental Bridges and Dental Crowns Cost in Turkey.

A dental crown is a tooth, usually made of zirconium, that is placed over your natural tooth like a cap. The dental crown procedure can be described as covering a tooth fully with an aesthetic material for restoration purposes.

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A dental crown procedure is usually performed in 1 visit and 3-4 sessions. In the first session, the dentist numbs the area with local anaesthesia and prepares the teeth for the treatment by removing the weakened or damaged parts so that they could hold the dental crowns well without any problem. Then the full dental impression is taken for the preparation of the crowns. Temporary crowns are placed on teeth to be used during the preparation period. In this session, the patient is presented with a wide variety of shade options from ultra-bright and white to more natural-looking ones and even yellowish ones. The second session is the rehearsal session. The crowns are tried on the teeth to see if they fit well and if the bite is correct. If there is a problem, it is fixed by adjustments or new measurements. If there is no problem, they are taken to the laboratory for glazing and finishing processes. In the third session, they are cemented into their place. 

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A dental crown procedure takes around 7 days and is completed in 3-4 sessions. The first day of the treatment is generally the longest day, taking up to 2-3 hours.

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We use high-tech premium zirconium crowns. Zirconium crowns are non-allergenic, biocompatible, and tissue-friendly and they extend the lifetime of your teeth.

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– They extend their lifetime by supporting significantly damaged and weakened teeth.

– They support large/multiple fillings.

– They are a long-term solution for chipped, stained or very discoloured teeth.

– They improve your smile.

– They are long-lasting!

– They are indistinguishable!

– They function just like your natural teeth.

– They feel just like your natural teeth.

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Yes. Temporary crowns are placed on your teeth to be used during the preparation period. 

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You should send your x-ray and/or any dental scan as well as your photos showing all of the upper and lower teeth so that our dentists can assess them and prepare the best-personalized treatment plan for you.

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Dental crowns last for many years depending on good care and the patient’s bone quality. 

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We have a wide variety of shade options for dental crowns from ultra-bright and white to more natural-looking ones and even yellowish ones. 

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With regular brushing, flossing and dental checkups, you can help your dental crowns last longer. You can also expand the lifespan of your dental crowns by avoiding certain activities which may increase their wear and tear level such as breaking open a shell (of a kind of nut for example), grinding teeth, biting fingernails etc. 

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Dental crowns may feel a little weird right after the treatment. However, after your mouth and tongue have adjusted to your new teeth, this feeling will disappear. 

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Anyone over 18 and completed jaw and teeth development is a good candidate for dental crowns. 


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The dental crown procedure is mostly performed under local anaesthesia so that you do not feel any pain during the procedure. 

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A dental bridge is a set of crowns covering one or more missing teeth by making a “bridge” with the support of the natural teeth on either side of the gap. With dental bridges, both small and big gaps can be successfully covered. 

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A dental bridge is performed in the same way as a dental crown procedure. Please read Question 2 to find out how dental crowns and dental bridges are performed. 

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