Prosthetics is a complex branch of dentistry that deals with the restoration of teeth that have been lost due to various reasons: dental caries (teeth that cannot be conservatively taken care of due to severe destruction), injuries, periodontitis, atria and abrasions, congenital defects of individual teeth, developmental irregularities, etc.
The goal of prosthetic therapy is to re-establish function and aesthetics, and thus directly affect the general health condition, restore self-confidence and improve the quality of life itself. What we can offer you is a solution for almost all cases, from the simplest to very complex rehabilitations.
Metal-ceramic crowns and bridges are made of metal alloy as a base, to which ceramics are applied. The layer of metal gives a distinct longevity of compensation, resistance to chewing forces, and the layer of ceramics over the metal allows an excellent aesthetic moment to be achieved. Metal-ceramic crowns are still a common type of crowns, primarily due to the slightly lower price and fulfillment of functional and aesthetic requirements. However, this type of crown has its drawbacks, such as a dark edge of metal along the gums that impairs aesthetics. In addition, metal as a base does not transmit light like a natural tooth, and the effect of an “artificial tooth” is obtained, and we know that modern dentistry strives for the most natural appearance of the tooth. Metal-ceramic crowns or bridges can be worn by natural teeth or dental implants.
Metal-free crowns represent aesthetic perfection and with its appearance we finally got the opportunity to meet all aesthetic requirements. With the significant development of dental prosthetics, modern technology and best materials, it is possible to get a bright and youthful smile at any age.
Metal-free crowns can be made entirely of ceramic or Zirconia ceramic crowns. Zirconia ceramic crowns are aesthetic restorations that are made in the laboratory from special blocks using the CAD-CAM technique. The application of CAD / CAM systems (Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing) in dentistry has allowed us to shorten your time spent in a dental chair and allow you to get quality fixed prosthetic work (inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns and bridges) quickly.
If you want to change the color, shape, size of your teeth, reduce the distance between your teeth, if your teeth are worn out and thinned, ceramic veneers are an ideal, minimally invasive way to achieve this.
Ceramic veneers are thin ceramic flakes that are placed on the front surface of the teeth, which changes their shape, color, size. The procedure of making veneers is very simple and painless. You need a couple of visits to the dentist to get your perfect smile. After planning your new smile, the preparation of enamel is approached, with minimal preparation of space for future veneers and temporary veneers are made, while in the second visit the veneers are ready to be placed on the teeth.
When a patient is missing a lot of teeth, one of the simplest therapies is dentures. Nowadays, dentures can achieve both functionality and a beautiful and natural look. There are several types and divisions of dentures, and they include partial and total dentures.
Dentures that replace one or more lost teeth and their supporting structures (gums and jawbone), while relying on the remaining natural teeth and soft tissue structures. Such prostheses basically have a metal skeleton that gives strength. The denture is held by metal hooks that enclose it and can be seen in the mouth or precise connecting elements “attachments” that provide better retention and stabilization of the denture and allow a more correct transfer of pressure to the teeth. The advantage of the attachment is aesthetics, the possibility of precise connection so that the difference between the fixed and mobile part of the compensation is not noticed. Partial skeletal prostheses with attachments in combination with dedicated crowns are the best solution among partial prostheses.
A total denture compensates for the lack of teeth in complete edentulousness. It not only compensates for the lost teeth, but also the resorbed bony ridge of the upper and lower jaw. After only a few visits, you can leave the office completely aesthetically and functionally rehabilitated with total prostheses.
What distinguishes our dentures from others?
First of all, the phenomenal VITA and IVOCLAR acrylic teeth, and then the CHARACTERIZATION of acrylic dentures with BREDENT COMPOSITES, which achieves the most natural appearance of gums, as well as the most modern, biocompatible materials, which meet all requirements for establishing ideal function and aesthetics.