Crowns

Want a perfect smile? No problem! In our clinic you can fulfill your dream. We use the most innovative prosthetics methods for you. Dental crowns and dental bridges not only completely cover the damaged tooth, but also play an aesthetic role for correcting the shape or alignment of teeth.

Dental crowns can also be attached to a dental implant, giving it the shape and functionality of a natural tooth.

It is also good to know that all our dental procedures are completely painless. You can relax and even take a nap in the dentist’s chair.

Zirconium Tooth Crown

Zirconium tooth crown is an artificial dental unit that replaces the crown of a natural tooth.

If the tooth has suffered decay and much of it has already been destroyed, the dentist will not be able to restore the tooth using traditional methods – the typical filling. In such conditions, an ideal solution to this problem is a dental crown, which will replace a damaged tooth and will look natural and aesthetically pleasing.

Dental Ceramics

Dental ceramics is the best choice a patient can make in case of tooth restoration, dental bridge installation or implantation.

The quality of ceramics surpasses any other material used in dentistry, and is the only one with special aesthetics. At your disposal are a wide range of colors, with an appearance really close to your natural teeth, as well as excellent resistance to chewing.

Partial Denture

A partial denture is positioned and attached around existing natural teeth.

There are several types of partial dentures. Some rest on the teeth, while others are adjacent to the area without teeth. The skeletal prosthesis is affixed to both the gums and the teeth.

A full denture is used to replace natural teeth when the clinical situation does not allow the use of other methods of treatment. It can also be a temporary solution to complex dental procedures.

All on 4 or All on 6

The All-on solutions involve a dental treatment to help someone reconstruct the teeth that have all been lost in one or both jaws.

During the treatment, implants are used that integrate into the jaw. The fixed bridge is then attached to these implants. The name “All on” comes from the fact that the complete bridge is attached to 4, 6 or 8 implants depending on the procedure. Imagine that all your teeth are connected and have only 4, 6 or 8 roots that go into your jaw. This means that there is no need for an implant for every missing tooth.

The All-on-4 and its alternative treatments are an effective solution for those who have lost a large number of teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or in case of complete toothlessness.

In case of large tooth loss, the All-on treatments mean stable dentures instead of removable ones.

The use of the All-on technique provides firm teeth with a natural look and feel and stable biting power.