Dental prosthetics


Dental prosthetics

Dental prosthetics

Think of how your smile and appearance in general are affected by lack of one or more teeth. Eating is difficult, pronunciation altered and consequently your confidence decreased. As technology and material progresses, better and faster solutions are available to treat partial or complete lack of teeth.

Depending on the indications meaning the number of missing teeth, but also the condition of the remaining ones and the supporting apparatus, patients can have a fixed or mobile prosthesis, as well as a conditionally mobile one, a so-called hybrid prostheses (combination of a fixed and mobile prosthesis).

Since nowadays aesthetics comes first, and modern prosthetics completely satisfies our patients’ contemporary needs, minimally invasive prostheses as well as non-metal systems as our specialty are given primacy.


Non-metal systems


Non-metal systems are highly aesthetic replacements made of biocompatible material, with great mechanical resilience. Non-metal systems entails non-metal crowns, where a tooth is filed down in its entirety and a future replacement reaches the gums, without going underneath them, as is the case with metal ceramic crowns, thus making them a much healthier solution.




Veneers or so-called laminates are a type of replacements where the tooth in question is minimally filed down only at the front side. That is why we call this minimally invasive. Veneers make it possible for us to correct the shape, enamel damages or minimally the position, close gaps between teeth or so-called diastemata and they would give you a completely natural appearance, colour and transparency.



A completely non-invasive crowns are prep veneers where your tooth remains intact. Inlays and onlays also belong to the non-metal systems group. Apart from non-metal crowns and veneers, fixed prostheses that are permanently cemented onto the tooth are metal ceramic crowns and crowns on implants.

The advantage of non-metal replacements compared to metal ceramic crowns:


  • Biocompatibility of materials, which is one of the most important features that renders a replacement successful.
  • Aesthetic materials with features similar to natural teeth
  • No dark gums where gums and teeth meet
  • No allergies
  • Firmness and solidity

Whatever the replacement in question, we always start with mould taking according to which we make a future replacement.


Mobile devices


  • Complete dentures
  • Dental plates and skeletal partial dentures, so-called visil prostheses that are attached to the remaining teeth with special connective elements, attachments or hooks.



Prosthetics on implants


Implants and adequate prosthetics are made in the following cases:


  • Complete edentualism where after implants you can have a mobile prostheses (with locators), or a fixed prosthesis depending on the number of implants mounted.
  • When the remaining teeth that would support the prosthesis are not in good condition to carry a future replacement.
  • We simply do not want to file down healthy teeth, and we have to replace the missing ones.


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