Dental prosthetics is the branch of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth.
Dental prosthetic interventions restore dental integrity affected by injury or degradation, using prosthetic treatments (dentures, crowns, inlays, veneers, dental bridges).
With the help of the latest digital equipment (intraoral scanner, CAD-CAM milling machines, 3D printer, design software for prosthetic treatments, etc.), we provide a whole range of prosthetic treatments, perfectly adapted, precise and in a very short time.
Our prosthetic procedures
Following the endodontic treatment applied to a tooth, its resistance is lower. For this reason, we recommend a prosthetic crown over the clinical tooth crown.
Dental inlays / onlays are a more aesthetic (due to the translucent colour, similar to the natural tooth) and more resistant (due to the material from which they are made) alternative to dental fillings. Dental inlays cover the tooth perfectly because they are created in laboratory, being 100% personalized.
Dental bridges are made in the case of missing teeth
We always prefer implant prosthetics instead of classic prosthetics, in which natural teeth are sanded. Sanding natural teeth is not the only argument against classic prosthetics, but also the fact that the absent teeth replaced in the classic prosthesis do not have support on the gum, so the forces are only distributed to the natural teeth and they are overloaded over time.
Implant prosthetics is represented by crowns over implants. After the complete healing of the implant itself, the final crown is made. The crown is made similar to the natural tooth, both aesthetically and functionally.
The prosthetic techniques used reflect the dentist’s skills, imagination, experience and our technology.
With the help of current techniques and technology, we create customized solutions using:
- Digital Smile Design that, following an analysis of the patient's preferences and needs, allows us to perform the simulation of the future prosthetic treatment.
- 3Shape Trios, the most powerful intraoral scanner in the world, which allows us to obtain high-precision impressions in a very short time
- our own digital dental laboratory, which helps us get prosthetic treatments in just a few hours, with the help of computer-aided design and milling.
In addition, in performing prosthetic treatments, we recommend:
- performing temporary prosthetic treatments in the dental office (the patient will never leave with his teeth uncovered, unprotected)
- crowns that imitate the anatomy and morphology of the natural tooth in detail, with the help of the technician, using state-of-the-art materials
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