Aesthetic Dentistry - Estetik Dental Group

Plastic dentistry aims to produce a healthy, natural, beautiful smile and also to correct dysfunction. The treatments for plastic dentistry. porcelain laminas, metal unsupported porcelain kuron or bridges, dental whitening processes, indirect restorations such as inlay, onlay, and overlay, zirconia restorations and implant-top prosthetics can be cited as examples.

Porcelain Inlay, Onlay and Overlay Restorations

Dental distortions that cannot be restored by traditional filling materials; bruising is the most commonly used restoration for the treatment of substance loss in teeth due to channel therapy, trauma or other causes. They are often favored, especially in cases where the amount of tooth loss is high or the loss of substances is reduced to the level of gums.

If there are teeth to be treated first, the bruise is cleaned and the tooth is made with necessary abrasions and ready for measurement. The patient is then measured using a mouth camera, using conventional methods or cad/glass systems, sent to the prosthetic laboratory, and after restoration production occurs in the laboratory, the physician places restoration in the patient’s mouth.

These restorations are both durable and aesthetic.

In practice, three different methods can be used to create restoration once it is ready for external measurement:

1.Method: In this traditional method, the physician takes measurements from the patient’s mouth with special measuring materials and sends them to the prosthetic laboratory. In the laboratory, the model of the plaster of the patient is poured from the measurement received and the technician processes the restoration on the model.

Method 2: The physician measures in the mouth with a digital camera. The measurement is transferred to a scraping unit and is then reproduced from porcelain blocks.

Method: The physician takes measurements from the patient’s mouth with special measurement materials and is sent to the prosthetic laboratory. From the measurements taken in the laboratory, the plaster model of the patient is poured. The patient’s model is scanned with a digital camera and the resulting data is transferred to the computer. Then, based on this digital measure, they’re scraping through the porcelain blocks to prepare for restoration.

Porcelain Lamina Restorations

Porcelain laminas; the surface of the tooth is only porcelain restoration, which is applied after surface abrasions in the enamel layer and, in some cases, without abrasion. The laminas are fixed with a special adhesive to the teeth.

Preferred Reasons for Porcelain Lamina Restorations

They can be done with minimum abrasion, so the dental tissue is largely preserved.

Light permeations are good, resulting in a natural and aesthetic image because they can reflect the color of the natural tooth below.

Porcelain is durable material, which is why lamina restorations are so robust.

Applications such as pre-processing mock-up/wax up allow the patient to see how the end-of-treatment will look before the procedure.

Zirconian Restorations

In metal-porcelain restorations, the metal reflects gray from the metal in the substructure, and light is broken due to the gray color of the metal, and restoration appears matte. Because the light-restoration feature is closer to the natural tooth than the metal, and the zirconia is white, the restoration appears more natural.

Zirconian restorations are often favored, both because they are aesthetic and solid.

Zirconian restorations have advantages over metal-porcelain restorations:

The presence of nickel in the infrastructure in metal-porcelain restorations can cause allergic reactions in some patients. This is not the case with the Zirconian restoration.

Metal-porcelain restorations may have metal-induced colorization at the teeth-gum boundary, which is not seen in zirconia restorations.

This is not the case with zirconia restorations, when metal-porcelain restorations are a bad image because the metal is reflected by the gum’s edge in cases where gum withdrawals are seen.

Direct and Indirect Composite Restorations

Inlay, onlay, and overlay can also be made from composite materials such as indirect restorations and dental fillings.

Composite material is also an aesthetic and durable material close to the color of the teeth.

About US

Our Aesthetic Dental Group Mouth and Dental Health Polyclinic, which opened in 2021, is situated at an area of 170 m2, with the administrative subfloor in total two floors, and has three treatment rooms.

Our polyclinic has a qualified professional staff who embrace a multidisciplinary work-wise, continually advance themselves, have a vision, follow technology. In our clinic, where all services in oral and dental health are provided

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