Prosthetics 2018-03-03T16:01:43+02:00


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  • Newly developed dental materials allow set of procedures, designed to replace missing teeth and repair damaged teeth perfectly.

  • There is a wide range of prosthetic options available, and our professionals chart each patient’s individual treatment plan.

  • Prosthetic replacements can be fixed, removable or combined.

Fixed prosthetic replacement

Fixed tooth replacements is anchored to the supporting elements with cement, and cannot be removed from the patient’s mouth. There are several types of fixed prosthesis: crowns, bridges, veneers, inlays…

Since these are the perfect replica of natural teeth, they should be given priority, whenever possible. Crowns and bridges may be the classic metal-ceramic or so called metal-free. Thanks to modern CAD/CAM technology in dentistry, metal-free are equally resistant as metal- ceramic ones and can be attached to lateral and front tooth region.

Today, industrially fabricated sintered blocks of divergent density and transparency are available for different regions and ranges depending on the indications. Using a patient’s digital teeth model based on his/her impression the prospective replacements (crowns or bridges) are carved out of these solid blocks with the help of computer-aided machines. Hence, the ceramic layer is placed on the given construction.


  • the teeth appear absolutely natural in appearance, owing to their “depth”. Light is refracted through all the layers, mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth. High esthetic capabilities are characterized by absolutely natural look of replacement in terms of color, light transmission and tooth shape, as well as by precise computer aided fabrication

  • easier maintenance of dental hygiene. Reduced gum irritation due to the metal absence

  • exceptional strength

  • it does not trigger allergic responses

  • subtlety of replacement and greater patient comfort

Facets (veneers)

Broken, stained and slightly, slightly irregular teeth can be easily and quickly restored with facets.

Facets are wafer-thin porcelain laminates bonded to the teeth and, unlike crowns, designed to cover only the front surface. They require faceting of small amount of the tooth surface before facet placement. Once finished, restoration looks like the natural teeth.

Dental veneers/facets can be made from porcelain or from resin composite materials (the latter having affordable price along with satisfactory aesthetic outcomes).

Mobile replacements

Mobile replacements can be mobile or complete.

Complete dentures are made in cases where the patient has lost all of his natural teeth. Even though they meet aesthetic outcomes, they are not fixed so the patient has to remove them for the sake of proper oral hygiene maintenance. For some patients, prior to fabrication of complete dentures, surgical preparation is essential so as to ensure their better alignment.

Mobile dentures can also be partial, in cases where the patient still has a number of natural teeth in the jaw. Type of denture and its appearance depends on the state and formation of your remaining teeth. A treatment plan is designed for each patient’s individual needs.

The combined fixed-removable prosthetic restoration often require skeletal dentures to be attached to fixed replacement. Attachments – precise binding elements, used to anchor fixed replacement and removable partial denture so as to achieve maximum functional and aesthetic effects.