Fuller coated

Smile pattern correction

Fuller coated

All-ceramic coatings (IPS_e.Max) are made from highly durable materials that do not need to be used on the bottom of the frame.

In correction of the smile's design, these types of veneers are used for the purpose of the treatment of beauty and restoration of filled and broken teeth and teeth that have been discolored for any reason. Because the fullerum veneers are compatible with the gum and are firmly fixed on the tooth, it's hard for others to recognize that teeth are restored. Because ceramic coatings like silica and zirconia coatings have high strength and durability, their durability is also high, and their edges do not easily darken. They also give beauty to the patient.

Types of full-ceramic tooth finishes

All ceramic or ceramic coatings are divided into different types, each of which has its own unique characteristics and include:

1. Full-Core Presslean Sheets The first full-length casing covering the pravlin is the one that has passed over a century. This coating is more beautiful, but because of its low strength, it is not suitable for treating the teeth of the mill and is only suitable for beautiful dentistry.

2. Full-length modern covers
This kind of veneer was made some time after the slippers were made. Since they are used to make them newer materials, they are called modern ceramic coatings. The durability of this type of coating is higher than the previous one.

Great resemblance to natural teeth

The first application of all ceramic coatings is corrupted for the beauty and restoration of teeth. The semi-transparent Praslinel coatings are more beautiful for natural teeth because of their high resemblance to the natural teeth.

Not having metal edges

Because this type of coating is entirely of Chinese origin and no metal is used in it, it does not darken the edges of the teeth. At the same time, the teeth have less tensile strength that the patient needs to take care of.

Adaptation to the natural structure of the body

Fully ceramic coated with a natural body structure. These types of coatings have a lower level of abrasion compared to enamel. This feature of full-ceramic coatings is very similar to gold plated. As a result, full-ceramic coatings are durable and lasting for a lasting problem.

Possibility to place full-ceramic covers in just one meeting

Devices that are used to make full-ceramic coatings are often available in dentistry. This reduces the cost and time of treatment. So that the dentist will make a mold in one session of the patient's teeth and then make the appropriate cover. So, for about 20-30 minutes, the coatings are placed with special adhesives on the patient's teeth.

Disadvantages of using full-ceramic coatings

Limit on use

Fully ceramic coatings are made of uniform materials and therefore not suitable for teeth that are loose and dented.

Short life span

Fully ceramic coatings are not durable and durable than all-metal coatings and are poorly resistant to hardness, strength, fragility and cracking. However, they are a good choice for beauty.