What is Zirconium Teeth and How Is It Made?
Along with aesthetic expectations very similar to natural teeth, attention has been paid to the aesthetics of the materials used in the mouth, especially in the anterior regions. New alternatives have begun to be sought in metal-supported porcelain crowns, which have been used for many years, because of the aesthetic problems caused by the lack of light permeability and the fact that they cause allergic cases in the person from time to time, and cause graying and darkening in the gums over time.
Zirconium crowns do not contain metal in them. For this reason, they are aesthetic, natural materials with high light transmittance.
Zirconium crown has started to be used in dentistry with its gum-friendly feature. With the use of zirconium crowns in dentistry, the durability of porcelain crowns has been achieved.