Biocompatible zirconium veneers are used to fill missing teeth and to bring aesthetic appearance to the teeth. The size of the mouth of the patient is scanned with a laser scanner and transferred to the computer environment. The design created by three-dimensional modeling techniques is transferred to cad/cam milling device. This device shapes ready-made zirconium blocks by cutting according to the tooth. These crown-bridges are cemented to the patient's mouth with superior aesthetic qualities. The most important advantage of zirconium is that it can provide a white metal substructure instead of a gray metal substructure in porcelain coatings. In this way, zirconium provides a more natural appearance depending on its light transmittance and also prevents the gray metal reflection in gums.