Dental prosthetics and implantoprothetics
- total dentures
- partial dentures
- inlay, onlay, overlay
A prosthetic crown is one of the most effective options for covering any major damage or tooth trauma that requires aesthetic and functional reconstruction. The crowns are made of premium ceramic on a metal base or without a metal base, and thanks to the precision of the teeth, they look completely natural.
Prosthetic restorations, bridges, are made when one or more teeth are missing if the remaining teeth are arranged so that they can serve as bridge supports. The bridges are made of premium ceramics and fixed in the mouth with cement, and we distinguish between a metal-ceramic bridge and a metal-free Zirconia bridge.
Total dentures serve as a replacement for complete toothlessness, and they help chew and eat, speak, support facial musculature, and restore the patient's smile.
Partial, partial dentures are made mainly of metal wironite and acrylate. They are used in cases where there has been partial loss of teeth, but due to the arrangement of the remaining teeth there is no possibility of making a fixed replacement.
Inlay, onlay, overlay
Inlay, onlay, overlay are aesthetic substitutes and are used in cases of slightly greater damage to the dental crown, where there is not enough dental tissue to produce a composite restoration, and the tooth damage alone is not so great as to require the creation of a dental crown.
A dental implant replaces one or more missing teeth. They can be inserted into the upper and lower jaws, thus replacing the missing root of the tooth and serving as supports for future prosthetic work (crowns, bridges or dentures on implants). The procedure is completely painless and is usually performed in two stages: implant placement into the bone and mucous membrane covering, and after the healing period (3-6 months) an external prosthetic part, crown, bridge or denture is placed.