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Aesthetic prosthetics

The purpose of dentures is to restore missing teeth, improve the condition of existing teeth, restore chewing efficiency and restore aesthetic appearance.

What kind of dentures can dentures be?

Modern technology makes it possible to produce dentures that meet the highest aesthetic and functional requirements.


There are different types of dentures:


  •  Non-removable structures (crowns, laminates, liner-liner system, bridges);
  • Removable constructions (arch-supported dentures with various fixation systems, plates, protective dentures).

Modern dentistry can offer a wide range of prosthetic options

How do I know which denture is best for me?

This requires a consultation with a specialist, during which you will be offered the most suitable prosthetic treatment, a treatment plan will be drawn up, and you will be informed about the stages, terms, and costs of treatment.

What is the difference between metal-ceramic and metal-free prosthetics (prosthetics without the use of metal) ?

Using metal ceramics (a metal core coated with porcelain), it is possible to fully restore the shape and function of the tooth, but a prosthetic tooth differs from a natural tooth by being opaque - i.e. impervious to light (the brighter the illumination, the clearer the difference), and you may also see a darkened "black line" near the gums after some time.

Metal-free ceramics avoids these cosmetic differences by replacing the metal inside the tooth zirconium or Aluminium oxide. They are very strong materials and can be used to restore all tooth groups. Metal-free ceramics are clearly, light-conducting, as real tooth tissue, making it possible to restore both form, both functions, both and aesthetic appearance. Crowns made from these materials well tolerated by the body, therefore does not cause any allergic reactions and the gums remain intact.

Which should I choose - a bridge or a dental implant ?

After assessing the condition of your mouth and existing teeth, your dentist will offer you the most suitable solution during your consultation.

In order to avoid damaging adjacent tooth tissues and to preserve the jawbone, the teeth are preferred for implants.

How long does it take to get dentures?

The entire prosthetic process from the first to the last visit (treatment is carried out in stages) can take from 2 By 4 weeksand in some cases and longer. To avoid discomfort, the following are manufactured Temporary prostheseswhich last until a permanent prosthesis of the chosen design is made. Every effort is made to make the temporary prosthetic phase as short and comfortable as possible.

How to care for dentures?

Non-removable prostheses be cared for like healthy teeth: dentures should be cleaned with a toothbrush and toothpaste, rinses, and regular and bridge cleaning floss.

People carrying removable dentures (plates), must also take care of their oral hygiene. Dentures should be washed daily after every meal and disinfected at least once a week with special dental care products such as denture-cleaning tablets and bad breath eliminators. These contain a high level of active oxygen, so dentures are cleaned well and quickly.

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