Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)
Teeth may be stained or discolored for various reasons. If you want to see them brighter and whiter, you can choose bleaching.
External discoloration of teeth occurs due to food, drinks or smoking habits. Coffee, tea, red wine, food containing dyes and tobacco can contribute to such stains. These stains affect the external surface of your teeth.
Internal discoloration occurs within teeth. Distinctive discoloration can occur due to medication, childhood disease, infection, tooth trauma or aging.
Remember that the time it takes to whiten your teeth safely depends on the type of discolouration you have and the method you use to whiten your teeth.
Your dentist may use several different methods to whiten your teeth. Usually, the methods they use to bleach your teeth include carbamide peroxide. It deteriorates hydrogen peroxide and urea and targets tooth color with a chemical reaction. It is considered a safe way to whiten teeth
Teeth whitening treatment can be useful because it works very quickly. The whitening effect can also last longer. Usually, you need only one hour of treatment or several sessions to whiten your teeth. This is because the concentration of hydrogen peroxide in the applied products is higher than the products you use at home.
Your dentist may also use light to accelerate the process when applying the whitening product to your teeth, but this supplementary method has not always proven effective.
What are veneers?
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are attached to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. They’re often made from porcelain or resin-composite materials and are permanently bonded to your teeth.
Veneers can be used to treat a number of different cosmetic concerns, including chipped, broken, discolored, or smaller-than-average teeth.
Some people may only get one veneer in the case of a broken or chipped tooth, but many get between six to eight veneers in order to create an even, symmetrical smile. The top front eight teeth are the most commonly applied veneers.
What is Zirconium Crowns?
When tooth coating is required, biologically compatible materials should be used in the mouth. After using plastic biodent material on metal for many years, the use of porcelain over metal became popular in the 1980s. Especially in the last 30 years, porcelain making on metal as a porcelain tooth coating has become widespread all over the world.
However, the metal under the porcelain sometimes causes allergic reactions in some people. Gingival bruising, which causes major aesthetic problems in the anterior tooth area, has also been one of the disadvantages of metal-based porcelain tooth coatings. For this reason, intensive studies were started on full ceramic reinforced porcelains in the 1990s. However, no matter how much the porcelain material is strengthened, the use of only ceramics, especially in dental bridge applications, has not yielded successful results without infrastructure
What are Dental Implants?
An implant is a spiral and artificial dental root replacing the missing tooth. For a complete tooth replacement, there are three parts needed: a dental implant (a titanium-based screw), an abutment and a crown. Abutment links the dental implant with the crown. After the implant is healed and bonded strongly with the bone, a crown is made. Thanks to our in-house lab, we can create completely natural-looking crowns.