Zirconium and porcelain veneers also stands out among the most needed treatment methods in recent years.
Metal-free zirconium should be preferred instead of metal-based porcelain in bridges to be made during placement of teeth to be replaced with teeth with a high probability of fracture, weak teeth, teeth crown of which will be restored or missing teeth. Yet, zirconium is a superior material for reasons such as better light reflection and better compatibility with the gums.
In classical porcelain crowns-bridges, the metal is covered with an opaque material to prevent reflection of the color of the underlying metal and then coated with porcelain. As there is no metal substructure in zirconium, its light transmittance is high and its appearance is much closer to the natural tooth. Neither porcelain nor Zirconium discolor due to external factors if the patient performs regular teeth cleaning.
Metal infrastructure is not used in E-Max porcelains, formed by firing glass ceramic on a crystalline ceramic core compressed with high pressure and durability of which is increased by this way. At the same time, this coating material, which has an extremely high light transmittance due to its structure, provides an extremely aesthetic appearance as it does not contain any metal content. Since aesthetic concerns are very high in laminated applications, e-max porcelains are also in high demand.
Full porcelain applications such as zirconium and e-max are the perfect choice for our patients having high aesthetic expectations.