Crown veneers in children

In children, milk teeth are very important in terms of speech, nutrition, the development of the jaws, and the eruption of permanent teeth in the right place.

milk teeth; It can rot due to reasons such as insufficient brushing, night feeding, wrong eating habits, mineral deficiency in the teeth, and keeping the food in the mouth.

Decays in milk teeth cause pain, swelling, bad breath and food accumulation between teeth.

Especially caries in the front teeth can affect the psychology of children in terms of aesthetics. It may cause children to be exposed to peer bullying in social environments such as school, kindergarten, playground.

While primary teeth are being treated, the size of the decay determines the type of restoration to be made.

Crowns (veneers) can be applied in the presence of advanced decay in primary teeth, when fractures occur in the anterior teeth as a result of trauma, when root canal treatment or amputation (half canal treatment) treatment is performed on primary teeth.


Veneers applied to milk teeth are of two types: Stainless Steel Crown and Zirconium Crown veneers. These coatings are produced ready-made.

Stainless Steel Veneers are applied to molars. It is easy to apply and quite durable compared to filler. It has been used successfully in pediatric dentistry for many years.

On Which Teeth Are Zirconium Veneers Applied in Children?

Child zirconium veneers are applied to both posterior and anterior teeth. When there is a lot of loss of tooth tissue due to bottle decay or fracture in the front teeth, zirconium crowns, which are more durable and long-lasting than filling, can be made. Zirconium veneers are tooth-colored and can imitate natural teeth aesthetically, especially in front teeth.

Can it be applied to milk teeth?

Veneers (crowns) applied to milk teeth are more durable and durable than fillings.

Veneers applied to milk teeth hold less plaque than fillings.

Veneers (crowns) applied to milk teeth are produced ready-made from biocompatible (body compatible) materials.

Since the veneers (crowns) are attached to the teeth, they will fall off on their own when the time comes for the teeth to fall out. Also, no action is required.