The task of modern dental prosthetics is to restore and reconstruct lost, damaged and insufficiently beautiful teeth within the shortest possible time.
-Digitalization of all dental prosthetic procedures leads to achieving the highest functional and aesthetic standards, shortening the time necessary for making restorations, eliminating or reducing the possibility of human error, and making the majority of unpleasant procedures redundant.
-Avoidance of materials which are “unfriendly” to the surrounding tissues and application of those which our immune system does not recognize as a foreign body; elimination of any materials which fall short of or entirely fail to fulfil aesthetic standards.
CERAMIC CROWNS AND BRIDGES
Made of modern non-metallic materials, prosthetic restorations look completely natural - as healthy and beautiful teeth, letting light through and reflecting it in the same manner as natural enamel.
VENEERS (CERAMIC FACETS)
Veneers (ceramic facets) are thin ceramic tiles (0.5-0.7 mm), cemented (glued) to the tooth surface, visible when you speak or smile. They can successfully close a diastema (gap between teeth), as well as change the inadequate colour, position or shape of particular teeth. Thus, it is possible to achieve an ideal smile, popularly called - the HOLLYWOOD SMILE.
The most important advantage of ceramic facets (veneers) is minimal preparation of only one tooth surface (mini-prep veneers); sometimes it is even possible to make ceramic facets without any preparation whatsoever (non-prep veneers).
are a kind of ceramic fillings. They restore only the part of the tooth damaged by caries or some other cause, leaving the healthy tooth walls intact. They do not require radical preparation as in the case of crowns, but only partial preparation as in the case of fillings. What makes them different from ordinary fillings is their solidity (which is most similar to the solidity of natural teeth, making them more durable as well), and their ultimate aesthetic results (their shape and colour perfectly match the surrounding teeth alignment).
The restoration of lost teeth by implants is a high quality, state-of-the-art approach offered by modern dentistry. However, implant placement is only the “first act”. The climax of the story is what comes later - placing prosthetic restorations on them, either fixed crowns or removable or semi-removable dentures, stabilized by implants. Maximum aesthetic results and functionality are guaranteed by an adequate approach and new digital implant placement protocols.