What is this?

An integral part of the work of a dentist, which deals with the restoration of lost or severely damaged teeth. It brings back your smile, the convenience of eating and the confidence to talk openly and freely. We can guarantee it because we work with the best dental technicians!

What does it help with?

  • For nerve killing and endodontic treatment
  • Loss of one or more teeth due to trauma, untreated cavities or severe periodontitis
  • Destruction of one or more teeth due to trauma
  • Dental implant prosthesis (See the “Implantology” section)
  • Dental abrasion (erasure)

How does it work?

You could live without one tooth or another. But it is not at all desirable to do so! If you ignore the prosthesis, over time the other teeth begin to “fall” into the empty space. This is a natural law and cannot be prevented. And the result is a distortion of the bite, compromised chewing ability, even changes in your speech and facial contours. Not to mention the inconvenience of eating and deteriorating aesthetics.

Therefore, if you are missing one or more teeth, we strongly recommend that you visit us and discuss together how to restore them. Modern dentistry offers an abundance of modern, reliable and aesthetic methods. And we work with the highest quality materials that guarantee you long-term successful treatment:

  • Crowns. They “cover” the rest of your broken tooth and thus completely restore it. They are applied both to your own teeth as well as on a pre-placed dental implant.
  • Inlays and overlays. These are partial crowns that help restore more preserved teeth.
  • Pin crowns. They help restore even a completely destroyed tooth, which, however, has a strong root.
  • Dental bridges. This is a construction that restores missing teeth. It is attached to the two teeth adjacent to the one missing, which are adapted to bear crowns and become bridge supports.
  • Complete and partial prosthesis.

With the development of technology, bridges and prostheses are gradually giving way to significantly better and more reliable crown prosthetics. However, they are still widely used, mainly because of their more affordable price.

Who is it suitable for?

There is no age limit for prosthetics. However, good oral hygiene and regular preventive check-ups are a guarantee for delaying such problems over time. However, if the time has come – do not delay! Visit us to best assess what treatment you need!