@jauhar123 | Posted 24 Oct. 2019
Zirconia is a metal classified as a member of the titanium family and is mined around the world. It is found in dinnerware and electrical fixtures among other products.
It's known for its durability, making it an ideal product to use in dental crowns, especially posterior crowns that require a lot of strength for chewing and grinding food, notes a study published by The Open Dentistry Journal.
The metal has become popular as asince it is supplied to dental offices in the form of a block, which is then milled by a computerized cutting machine (CAD-CAM) into the shape of a tooth. Then, once it is fitted, it is cemented in the patient's mouth.
Since that whole process can be accomplished in one dental appointment, it has become widely used by dentists, since patients can have a crown-shaped and cemented in much less time than the traditional porcelain crown, which may take a few weeks to manufacture, and requires a cementation visit in addition to the initial visit.
Zirconia crowns can be a good option for many patients undergoing crown treatment, and great ***** care habits can help ensure years of satisfaction and dental health for patients everywhere.
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