Porcelain Teeth


Porcelain Teeth

What Is Porcelain Veneering?

    It is the veneering operation of veneering the teeth surface with tooth shaped materials to protect damaged teeth with a variety of reasons that lost extreme amount of materials. This operation doesn’t harm the tooth and contraversarily extends the tooth’s life span.

Types Of Porcelain Tooth

    In the early times, when it is said porcelain veneering, metal supported porcelains would come into mind in the first place. However, within scientific and technological innovations, due to the esthetical concerns and etc. this notion has been changed by the variable reasons. A lot of restauration types in porcelain veneering includes zirconium, full porcelain, laminate veneer and Emax® from now on. The foundemental differantiation difference is esthetics in porcelain veneering. Zirconium is a bio-compatible metal which does not include metal. Also, the half transparent structure absorbs the light like our natural teeth and in the day light it seems more natural and aesthetical.

When Do The Porcelain Veneer Is Applied?

  • For crooked teeth ( light and medium leveled crooks)
  • For missing teeth
  • For decay types which are not possible to taken care of with normal fillings
  • For fractures
  • For aestetical purposes

What Are The Advantages Of Porcelain Teeth?

  • It is possible to use porcelain veneers for a long time as it is a strong material.
  • It is prefered by the patients for aesthetical looks as it has a low cost.
  • It has a short period of healing process in contrast to the other operations.
  • It makes you to have a pleasant smile. It is a method that frequently preferred for aesthetical purposes.

Care and Cleaning

    Avoid eating though food with your porcelain teeth. As the alloyed ceramic on the metal infrastructure is in a structure that is so though and fragile, this plate can be seperated from metal and may be broken. No matter how good used ceramic is, it never has the same function as your natural teeth’s chewing function.

      Move the brush from your gum to your teeth while brushing your teeth. Such movements encourage the elongement and growing the gum through the ceramic. Thus, your gum encompasses the neck part of your teeth and prevents the residues.

    Changes like gum recession in mouth happens in time. Due to this changes, porcelain veneers harmony with the gum gets destroyed and some gaps occur that makes cleaning hard to do. At these edges, bacterias are accumulated and this may be a foundation to the teeth decays. Individuals who have enough mouth hygiene, veneer and bridges may stay up to 10-14 years.