Dentists recommend crowns because they help to protect teeth that are weak or damaged, as well they protect dental implants (a false tooth that replaces a missing natural tooth). Crowns are a fantastic device that helps to extend the life of a tooth for many years to come. Our experienced dental team will work with you to reach your dental goals and fulfil your vision of a great smile. Here are some great reasons why you should consider dental crowns.
Dental Crowns can be used to attach bridges, cover implants, prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse, or keep old fillings from becoming loose or dislodged. Crowns can also be cosmetic and are often used to hide a discoloured or stained tooth.
Our dentists in Turkey use an intraoral dental camera to create precise, digital images of your teeth so the photos can be uploaded into dental software that will create the ideal tooth crown for you. Using CEREC dental technology, same-day crowns can be made — dental crowns are sent to the in-house milling machine and created immediately. The entire appointment lasts less than two hours, and patients can return to normal life with a new crown the same day.
The skilled and comprehensive care you will receive depends on exceptional modern dental technology, including dental implants, laser dentistry and Invisalign®, as well as among other related services. If you have questions about our dental services in Turkey, please contact Este through the website and book a dental treatment consultation.
Este’s dental treatments follow a specific series of steps to make sure you are prepared before you leave for treatment in Turkey, and know that when you return from Turkey the Este team will be following up with you regarding treatment aftercare and check-ups.
Your journey to Turkey starts with a consultation at the nearest Este Medical Group clinic, or online with an Este specialist. The first thing to do is send us a message through our website and book a consultation. This initial consultation will determine if a treatment in Turkey is the best option.
Once a treatment has been booked at our Este clinic in Turkey, you may need to undergo some treatment preparation. Once your treatment is booked you will be fully briefed on what to expect during and after your Este treatment.
Este Medical Group will look after your accommodation and travel to Turkey. When you arrive to our Istanbul clinic, our friendly team will be there to greet you (they do speak English, no worries!). Before the procedure, the Este Turkey team will go over the whole treatment from beginning to end, making sure you are once again fully briefed on what to expect. Post-treatment the team will make sure you have all you need to know to continue with your aftercare.
Depending on how intensive your treatment is, once it is over you can go about your daily business as usual. Since you are in Turkey, we highly recommend you take some time for sightseeing, as well as shop for souvenirs in Istanbul’s many Turkish bazaars.
Once you leave Turkey, you may be booked for some aftercare at the nearest Este clinic, depending on the extent of your treatment and recovery process. Individual aftercare plans may vary from client to client. All Este Medical Group clients will receive check-ups and follow-up attention.
Here’s why people choose Este Turkey for professional treatments and aftercare.
Dental crowns can last 10-15 years typically, and even up to 30 years if you take proper care of them. Este will provide you with a treatment aftercare guide so you get the best out of your crowns for the longest time possible.
Yes, they can be a more secure and attractive solution to traditional tooth filling, and they are less invasive than veneers. If you are unsure whether crowns are the right choice, speak to an Este expert and they will advise you on the most suitable treatment.
No, but with the proper care they can last up to 30 years, although the standard lifespan for crowns is about 10-15 years.
Unfortunately, bacteria can still affect your teeth even with a crown. We strongly advise you to maintain consistent and proper oral hygiene. See your dentist regularly.
It is possible, but this usually happens as a result of physical injury, or it could mean that oral mouth health is not optimal and you need to see a dentist to address underlying health issues.