Dental Crowns in Turkey

Dental Crowns in Turkey for everyone

Every year, people from many countries of the world come to Turkey for high-quality treatment with dental veneers. Dentists in Turkey boast vast experience in many dental procedures, especially in the dental veneers installation.

You will definitely not regret the money spent on the treatment in Turkey in the TurDent dental clinic. Our specialists are always ready to do everything to restore the beauty of your smile.

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A Few Facts You Might Not Known About Dental Crowns in Turkey

There is a lot of unnecessary information about this type of treatment in Turkey on the Internet, however, we will try to give you the really interesting and necessary information.

Fact 1: Dental Crowns and Laminate Dental Veneers are different

Dental Crown in Turdent clinic

Dental crowns are a kind of cap on the tooth, which is used to protect the part of it that remains after its destruction. Dental crown protects the tooth from all sides and holds it together. It keeps the tooth from getting worse. Indications for the installation of dental crowns are:

Laminate veneers are a kind of lining on the teeth. Dental Veneers are only placed on the front of the teeth and their main purpose is to make your smile more attractive and whiter. Indications for veneers are simply minor chips or uneven teeth.

Dental veneers are a cosmetic treatment, which cannot be said about dental crowns. The last ones are installed in really difficult cases of enamel destruction in order to save the part of it that still remains. If a doctor needs to grind off part of the enamel to install veneers, then when installing dental crowns, there is often simply nothing to grind off. It just needs to be trimmed a little.

Fact 2: Dental Fillings and Dental Crowns are not the Same Thing

Dental Fillings and Dental Crowns

As mentioned earlier, the first ones are placed to hold all the remnants of the walls of the tooth together. But dental filling works differently.

Due to poor oral hygiene, many people begin to develop cavities in their teeth. This happens under the influence of bacteria that remain on the enamel if it is not properly cared for. Bacteria make a hole in the enamel, corroding it. Doctors call this disease a dental cavity. To fill this hole and restore the teeth to their former functionality, doctors use dental fillings. However, if the patient visits the dentist late, and the hole is so large that a dental filling will no longer help, doctors use a crown.

It is also worth mentioning another fact that distinguishes crowns and fillings. The last one can fall out, and the first one can serve you for more than 20 years, with proper oral care.

Fact 3: There are Several Types of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns can be made from a wide variety of materials. The choice of material that is right for you depends on what you need the crown for. You may be more concerned about either aesthetics or strength or its price. During the consultation with the doctors of the TurDent clinic in Turkey, the dentist will ask you about your preferences, examine your oral cavity, and, based on this, advise you to choose one or another type.

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How long the crown will serve you and how satisfied you will be with the result depends on how correctly the type of it is chosen. Our dentists are highly experienced in this type of dental procedure. All dentists in our TurDent clinic in Turkey have many years of experience. Therefore, all our clients are satisfied with the professionalism of our specialists and the quality of the work they do.

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

Types of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are classified in accordance with the materials used in their manufacture. The durability and the beauty of their appearance also depend on this.
There are such types of dental crowns:

  • Metal-plastic and Plastic
  • All-metal
  • Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM)
  • All-Ceramic (E-Max)
  • Porcelain Fused to Zirconia (PFZ)
Metal-plastic and Plastic Crowns

Metal-plastic and Plastic Crowns

Most often, this type is installed as a temporary measure, since it is not considered durable. This option is used if it is necessary to restore the aesthetics of your oral cavity until permanent crowns from more durable materials are made. Thus, the aesthetics of the oral cavity will not deteriorate even during the treatment.

All-Metal Crowns

All-Metal Crowns

This type was widely used several decades ago when there was no alternative. Nowadays, it is used extremely rarely, although it cannot be said that modern dentistry has completely abandoned it. Its advantages are strength, durability and low cost. A huge disadvantage of this choice is the severely suffering aesthetics. The metallic sheen and unnatural look are what most people consider unacceptable for themselves. However, if you don’t have the budget for more expensive types of crowns, this option may be your ideal solution for restoring your smile.

Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns (PFM)

Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns (PFM)

This is an excellent choice for chewing teeth. The base of this type is made of metal, on which fine-grained ceramic is then applied in a thick layer. Thanks to modern technologies that are widely used in modern dentistry, the fine-grained ceramic that is used in this type can be made in any colour, depending on the desire of the patient. This option has high durability and at the same time does not spoil the beauty of a smile.

Porcelain Fused to Zirconia Crowns (PFZ)

Porcelain Fused to Zirconia Crowns (PFZ)

The base of this type is made of zirconium, which is then covered with a thin layer of ceramic. Zirconium material is more durable than just metal. Moreover, it interacts better with the skin of the gums, which reduces the likelihood of allergic reactions. Due to its reliability, this option is optimal for both chewing and anterior teeth. The only drawback of such porcelain crowns is their high cost, which, however, fully justifies itself.

E-Max Crowns before after
All-Ceramic Crowns (E-Max)

All-Ceramic Crowns (E-Max)

Doctors recommend this type if aesthetics are important to you and you have a good budget to make your new smile look amazing. There are different brands of this type, but our dental clinic most often uses E-Max crowns. This brand makes them from fine-grained ceramics, and the technology of their manufacture allows you to completely imitate the shape of the enamel. They look as natural as possible and are durable and strong. However, their main disadvantage is their price.

However, in any case, when choosing the type that you need, you will not be alone. Dentists of the TurDent clinic in Turkey will always come to your aid and advise you exactly the one you need.

Porcelain Fused to Zirconia Crowns before after


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