Crowns and Full Veneers in Turkey

Crowns and Full Veneers in Turkey

Crowns and Full Veneers in Turkey are the most popular treatments in Turkey to restore the natural beauty of your smile. Many people in the modern world have big problems with their teeth.

Teeth often deteriorate, turn yellow, or simply crack due to poor oral hygiene. Doctors at the TurDent clinic in Turkey are ready to help make your smile snow-white and beautiful.

Turdent dental treatments Overview
Turdent dental treatments Overview
Turdent dental treatments Overview
Turdent dental treatments Overview


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Cost of Dental Crowns and Veneers in Turkey

The cost of installing full veneers and crowns in Turkey may vary depending on which package of procedures you choose. However, the price of treatment will definitely not cost you a fortune, since the prices for dental treatment in Turkey are several times lower than in Great Britain. In our clinic, the price for installing full veneers is £165. And the price for the installation of crowns is £100. You can find out the final cost of your particular treatment from our consultants via online chat or feedback form.

Types Of Crown
Price in the UK
Price in Europe
Price in Turkey
Porcelain Fused to Metal
£ 350 - £ 900
€ 300 - € 1100
£ 70 - £ 130
£ 650 - £ 1000
€ 550 - € 900
£ 120 - £ 220
£ 650 - £ 1000
€ 450 - € 1100
£ 180 - £ 300

Dental Veneers: Everything You Need to Know

This is a dental lining that is placed over the teeth. Ordinary veneers are only placed on the front of the tooth. They are thin plates of ceramic or composite material. This plate can be from 0.2 mm to 0.5 mm in thickness. This procedure is considered a cosmetic treatment, the main purpose of which is to correct the aesthetics of a person’s smile. At the same time, the installation of dental veneers, like any other treatment in dentistry, has its own indications and contraindications.

Planning Dental Veneers in Turkey

Most often, they are installed on the front teeth, or those teeth that are visible while smiling. To determine this, doctors use the term smile line and determine it during the first stage of installing veneers.

What is the Main Difference between Veneers and Full Veneers?

Full veneers are very similar to crowns. Unlike conventional overlays for front teeth, full veneers are worn like a cap on the tooth from all sides. This type is used to achieve greater aesthetics of dentition. Several other indications for veneers will be discussed below.

What are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are similar in shape to full veneers, but they have different functions. The first ones are put on the tooth to protect it from further damage and, just like full veneers, protect it from all sides. Unlike veneers, they are not a cosmetic procedure, but rather a dental treatment. The main indication for the installation of them is a non-vital tooth, in which there is no longer a dental root. Several other indications for their installation will be discussed below.

What are Dental Crowns?

Most often, they are installed on the front teeth, or those teeth that are visible while smiling. To determine this, doctors use the term smile line and determine it during the first stage of installing veneers.

Dental Crowns vs Full Veneers

The main difference between them is how much enamel is on the teeth before the procedure. The second method of restoring the beauty of the oral cavity requires more enamel on the teeth than in the first one. If enamel is missing this indication is only for dental crowns and contraindications for veneers.

Another difference between these two methods of restoring the beauty of your smile is its structure. A crown is essentially a prosthesis for your tooth. That is, to carry out the procedure, the doctor first inserts a special post into the root canals of the tooth, and only then puts a ceramic cap on top, which replaces the tooth.

Dental Crowns vs Full Veneers

On the other hand, full veneers are just like an overlay on a tooth in order to increase its aesthetics. Therefore, in order to perform this procedure, the doctor needs to have a sufficient amount of enamel.

Stages of Installation of Crowns and Full Veneers in Turkey

Their installation is not much different from each other, except for the stage of preparing tooth enamel for the procedure. So that you, as a patient, understand what you are getting into, we will tell you in detail about the entire procedure.

Preliminary Consultations with the Doctor and Dental Treatment Planning

At this stage, the doctors of the TurDent clinic in Turkey consult our patients, tell them in detail about the stages of treatment and make an examination of the oral cavity. The dentist may prescribe you X-Rays or CT scans, depending on what technology the clinic has.

Doctors of the TurDent clinic in Turkey prefer CT scans, as this examination more accurately and fully shows the whole picture of the state of your oral cavity. The TurDent clinic in Turkey always takes care of the needs of our clients, so we always try to keep up with the development of modern technologies in the field of dentistry. This helps us to carry out all our procedures quickly and efficiently, and our clients trust us and seek help over and over again if there is a need for it.

To do everything really well, the dentist needs to clearly understand all your indications for this procedure, and your wishes about the final result. Therefore, at this stage, the patient needs to be really honest with his doctor when answering his questions.

Preparation of the Enamel for the Dental Procedure

After all the details of the treatment are discussed, the doctor begins preparing the teeth for the procedure. To do this, you need to grind part of the enamel to prepare a place for the installation of dental crowns or for full veneers. For the first method, the doctor grinds off more enamel than for the second method. If the tooth is almost completely destroyed, or only the outer walls are left of it, then when installing the crown, the doctor simply gives the tooth the desired shape a little. After preparation, the dentist takes impressions and sends them to the laboratory for the manufacture of the desired material.

When installing veneers at this stage, the doctor can also determine the patient’s smile line.

This is the line of the mouth that is visible when you smile. Determining this line correctly is important when placing veneers because they are usually only placed on teeth that are visible when smiling. This allows you to do the procedure in a shorter time, and customers get a good result at an affordable price.

Preliminary Consultations with the Doctor and Dental Treatment Planning

After taking impressions, the necessary material to restore the beauty of your smile begins to be made in the laboratory. This usually takes about a day. After that, the patient visits the dentist for the second time to finish the procedure.

Another difference between the two treatment protocols is in the installation phase. When installing veneers, the doctor uses a special cement to which they are attached. The quality of this cement determines the durability of the result. Because ceramics are almost eternal, with proper care, but this cement is not.

During the installation of crowns, the doctor first inserts special posts into the dental canals, on which ceramics are then attached, replacing the enamel itself.

Temporary Teeth

During the process of preparing the teeth for the procedure, the dentist, according to the treatment protocol, must grind off part of the enamel in order to carry out the therapy successfully. When part of the enamel is ground off, sensitivity increases and the aesthetics of the oral cavity worsens. To make it comfortable for the patient to wait for the manufacture of veneers or crowns for several days, the doctor puts temporary teeth on the patient. They differ in colour and texture from future permanent new teeth and are only made to protect the patient from discomfort during the veneer process.

How Long Does it Take to Have Veneers in Turkey?

This procedure will not take long for you. The treatment usually takes 3 to 5 days. Many of our clients combine dental procedures in Turkey with vacations in this country. This country is rich in tourist attractions, so you will definitely not regret choosing this place to get your new snow-white smile.

FAQ about dental treatment in Turkey, Antalya

No, teeth do not decay under crowns or veneers. One of the main and the most important parts of the installation process is teeth treatment. The doctor is obliged to treat the teeth before the treatment. Crowns and full veneers, can on the contrary, protect your teeth from further decay.

We provide a guarantee for our veneers and crowns for 20 years since the cement on which the veneers and crowns are attached to the tooth tends to get old. However, with proper care, crowns and veneers can last forever.

Caring for veneers and crowns is not much different from caring for regular teeth. Here are some tips:

  • Brush your teeth regularly and use dental floss;
  • Avoid biting hard objects on your new teeth as this can chip or crack them;
  • Go to the dentist at least once every six months;
  • Use special mouthwashes, discuss their choice with your dentist;


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