There are a number of types and materials, including veneers, crowns, bridges, porcelain teeth and zirconium prosthetics, each of which can be adapted to suit the patient’s needs.
Veneers are a kind of porcelain or composite coating that are stuck to the outer layer of the tooth to improve its appearance.
This is a kind of tooth-shaped cover that’s placed on the crown of the tooth that’s covered by dental cement to resemble a real tooth.
The main purpose of this treatment is to replace tooth crowns with an appearance similar to a real tooth.
These are zirconium crowns that eliminate the unsightly dark line between the tooth and the gum by doing away with the metal structure, as they’re 100% made with zirconium, a biocompatible material that gives the tooth a natural white, translucent colour.
These zirconium structures are produced using computer designed CAD-CAM technology. Once the structure has been made, the ceramic is applied, resulting in a much more attractive prosthetic.