Dental Crowns Operation in Turkey

Dental Crowns and Veneers

Procedure Details

Total Stay Duration
7 days
Hospital Stay
Not Required
Procedure Duration
3-4 hours
Anesthesia Type
Local Anesthesia
Recovery Period
3-4 Days

Dental Crowns also are considered to be a full Dental Veneer, covering the tooth 360 degrees. Crowns are applied to cover teeth that are damaged, broken, or worn down. In some cases, where your existing teeth are abnormally shaped or worn Crowns already are recommended for a smile design. Crowns enable the dentists to amend the form of your tooth completely, adjustments that are sometimes beyond the capability of Laminate Veneers. Crowns can also be sculptured to match your existing teeth, close gaps (bridgework), or create a brand new smile makeover

They have a longer life span in comparison to other dental treatments such as Lumineer. Dental Crowns can also be aesthetically fabricated to reflect “light” like natural teeth, and mimic the shape, size, and color of the surrounding teeth. Dental Crowns will also protect your tooth underneath, preserving your natural tooth and gums for an extended period of time. Dental Crowns can also be used to achieve a cosmetic result that goes beyond the dental area.

Most of our patients report that the results can be seen throughout the facial region, plumping the cheeks, and lips and smoothing out lines around the mouth itself which gives a more youthful and refreshed look to the entire face. The Dental Crowns are employed to great effect to accomplish Smile Makeovers and Dental Facelifts.

If you are planning to have Dental Crowns in Turkey please get in touch with us today for more information.

Metal Porcelain Crowns (PFM)

Metal Porcelain Crowns also referred to as PFM is the product of a combination of porcelain and metal crowns. They are hard-wearing and cosmetically sound, however, are not suitable for all people or all positions within the dental area. The core of the Crown itself is made from a nickel-based grey metal with an overlay of white porcelain fused to the surface to give a white natural and tooth-like appearance. Unfortunately, although considered to be very durable, should your gums recede over time you may see a black line along the top of your gum line once you smile. If you choose Metal Porcelain Crowns, it is recommended that you replace them after 5-6 years to maintain the health of your teeth and gums. They are most suitable for use on the side or back teeth and to be used over Dental Implants

All Metal Porcelain Crowns provided by our clinics in Istanbul are crafted in laboratories known for dental excellence and accuracy. It is important to remember; that the talent of the Cosmetic Dentist is only one aspect of your treatment. The quality of the Crowns themselves, combined with the skills of the Dental Technician is also vitally important to ensure a perfect final result.

Zirconium Porcelain Crowns (Zirconia)

Some years ago Cubic Zirconia was all over the news as the latest material being employed to simulate diamonds. It’s the same base substance of Zirconium Dioxide, in its white crystalline form that is utilized in the creation of Zirconium Crowns. Zirconium Porcelain Crowns are incredibly tough, extremely durable, and aesthetically pleasing. Zirconium Porcelain Crowns contain a pure white metal core (a permanent white metal) with porcelain fused to the outside, creating the look of a very natural tooth. In some cases, Crowns are created from 100% Zirconium without the need for Porcelain.

Dental Crowns and Veneers

The positive to this type of Crown is that you will never see a black line even if your gums recede over time. The Crown will always be appeared white at the gum line. The tooth has better transparency as the Crown is made up of 100% white materials. Zirconium Porcelain Crowns are also a healthy option compared to Metal Porcelain, as they are free from Nickel. The design is more aesthetically pleasing when you smile and therefore Zirconium/Porcelain Crowns are highly recommended for your front teeth (8 upper/ 8 lower) or the number of teeth that are shown along your smile line.

Dental Crowns and Veneers

Dental Crowns Before and After

Here are a few examples of Dental Crowns or as known as Dental Veneers procedure, please click our before and after gallery to see more results.