The dental prosthesis

The dental prosthesis ensures the restoration of the dental integrity affected by lesions or degradation, using mobile or fixed prostheses, dental crowns, dental veneers, inlays and other complex procedures and works on implants.

The purpose of dental prostheses is to restore the morphofunctional and aesthetic balance through prostheses from different materials: integral ceramic prostheses, zirconia based ceramic prostheses, metallic based ceramic prostheses, composite prostheses

  • Integral ceramic prosthesis – offers the best physiognomy, being almost impossible to differentiate it to the natural tooth, because of its color and transparency
  • Zirconia based ceramic prosthesis – has a superior aesthetical appearance to the metallic based one as it is translucent, the light being able to shine through, giving it an appearance very close to the one specific to the natural tooth.
  • Metallic based ceramic prosthesis – involves a combination of the mechanic resistance of the metal and aesthetic qualities of the ceramic material. The advantage of the metallic based prosthesis is it’s resistance in time.
  • Dental veneers – these are the most physiognomic restorations, correcting aesthetic imperfections of the smile such as: shape, small interdental spaces, and unaesthetic level oscillations of the tooth or teeth color.

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