Aesthetic Dentistry

From ancient times to the present, it is one of the basic requests for something to look beautiful in all societies. Especially with the increase in technological and scientific studies, the aesthetic approach comes to the fore in the field of health as in everything else. In recent years, there has been a serious acceleration in the field of aesthetic dentistry with scientific studies and developments in the field of materials.

With the methods and materials developed today in the field of dentistry, our patients can be given a very natural and beautiful appearance with appropriate methods. We can classify aesthetic dentistry practices as follows.


They are filling materials suitable for natural tooth appearance, which are applied to both the posterior and anterior parts of the mouth with the color selection suitable for the tooth color. Today, with composite fillings, teeth can be given an extremely natural and aesthetic appearance.



Concepts such as full ceramic coatings, full ceramics and emax mean the same thing. They are excellent esthetic and biocompatible materials that are preferred especially in anterior restorations. Full ceramic coatings are aesthetic coatings that cover all surfaces of the teeth. They have a more aesthetic structure than zirconium coatings.


Zirconium is aesthetic and functional materials with extremely superior properties. They have the strength to be used in all parts of the mouth. Since its durability is superior to emax, it is more often preferred in the posterior parts of the mouth. Both emax and zirconium are materials with superior aesthetic properties. While emaxi is preferred in the anterior region due to its superior aesthetic properties, we can prefer zirconium supported ceramic coatings both on the implant and posterior regions.


laminate veneers are leaf-shaped porcelains that are applied only to a certain part of the tooth. They are highly aesthetic applications that are generally applied to the anterior surfaces of the anterior teeth to eliminate the shape and color problems and that remove the minimum amount of material from the teeth or no abrasion at all. In the presence of appropriate indications, no or only very little removal of any material from the teeth provides us with significant advantages in terms of the health of the existing tooth. They are extremely satisfactory in terms of aesthetics and preservation of dental tissue.