During a lifetime, many people lose one, several or even all of their teeth. Such experience is hugely traumatizing for the patient. The solution to this problem is dental prosthetics, a field of dental medicine whose task is to replace the missing teeth and restore patient's normal visual appearance and chewing function. Missing teeth can cause deterioration in functionality of the jaw joint.
Dental treatment of patients with partial or complete loss of teeth is our constant task. We provide prosthetic rehabilitation therapy with standard fixed metal ceramic bridge, zirconium ceramic bridge, mobile prostheses (acrylic and Wironit dentures, combined dentures, where prostheses without visible clasps are made by using fixed crowns and special attachments).
These types of prostheses represent the aesthetic maximum.
Mobile prosthetics includes making acrylic and Wironit dentures, and combined dentures, where prostheses without visible clasps are made by using fixed crowns and special attachments.
We have been engaged in prosthesis on implants making for quite some time. Over the last ten years we have had excellent experience with all-ceramic restorations, whether it have been crowns or veneers. All-ceramic inlay and onlay represent aesthetic maximum.
Young patient has all-ceramic crowns placed on the central and lateral incisor due to their discoloration and inadequate shape.
We placed 4 zirocinum ceramic crowns on the front 4 incisors.
The patient got fixed metal-ceramic bridge consisting of 11 teeth placed on the rest 5 natural teeth.