Zirconium coating is an aesthetic treatment used in the field of dentistry. This treatment aims to change the appearance and color tone of the tooth. Zirconium coating is a thin plaque that is specially produced according to a specialized mold of the tooth and glued to the tooth surface. This plaque changes the appearance and hue of the tooth, while at the same time closing the weak areas of the tooth and making them more durable.
An interview with a dentist is required for zirconium plating. The doctor will assess the health status and requirements of the patient’s teeth and determine the most appropriate treatment option. Zirconium plating can be completed in one or two sessions. The first session is for cleaning the tooth, removing the lining and removing the mold. The second session is for the zirconium plaque to be glued to the tooth surface.
Zirconium plating is the most common aesthetic treatment in the field of dentistry and it has been found that patients are very satisfied. This treatment changes the appearance and color tone of the tooth, while at the same time maintaining the health of the tooth. Zirconium plating does not cause problems such as toothache or tooth loss and preserves the natural appearance of the teeth.
Frequently Asked Questions About Zirconium Plating;
Why is zirconium coating preferred?
Zirconium coating is preferred because it increases dental aesthetics, is durable and looks natural. Zirconium coating also reduces the risk of decay, stripping and staining of teeth.
How many sessions are completed?
Zirconium plating can usually be completed in one session and does not require long-term dental treatments.
Does zirconium coating disrupt the natural texture of the tooth?
No, zirconium plating does not disrupt the natural texture of the tooth and does not change features such as tooth color.
Should the zirconium coating be constantly replaced?
Zirconium plating is a long-term solution and does not need to be replaced under normal conditions. However, if proper and adequate care is not performed continuously, stripping or decay may occur over time.
To whom is zirconium plating not made?
It should not be performed in cases such as zirconium coating, jawbone insufficiency, teeth with caries or infection, gum diseases, gum surgery performed on the tooth. Also, teeth that require dental treatment are not suitable for zirconium plating. People with any health problems should first receive treatment from their doctor and then have a zirconium coating.