If a patient is missing one or more teeth, they can be replaced with a prosthetic replacement.


Very damaged and aesthetically unacceptable teeth. The tooth has to be milled, taking care of various factors.

High quality

Thanks to the CAD / CAM technology, a superior prosthetic replacement can be obtained in a very short time. There is no need to take impressions, the crown is processed by a computer and fits perfectly to the milled tooth.

Quality materials

The crowns are made of zirconium, lithium disilicate, ceramic, titan, chromium-cobalt. Whatever material you choose, you will always get a perfect, transparent and graceful crown, a faithful copy of your natural tooth.


Veneers are perfect for the correction of minor teeth imperfections.

Are suitable for:

  • patients with dental diastemas 
  • covering yellowish or grayish teeth
  • covering damaged tooth enamel or other damages caused by caries

Minimal preparation

Veneers cover only the external surface of the tooth, so there is no need for deep milling as for the crowns.

Natural smile

Veneers are mostly applied to the front teeth, and since they are made of glass-ceramics, they leave the impression of a natural and shining smile.

Rapid production

Thanks to the CAD / CAM technology, veneers are made very quickly. For example, it only takes a few hours for the front four teeth.


Are used when one or more teeth are missing. Bridges must have something to lean on.


Dental crowns

The teeth have a natural look, are transparent, thin, gracile and incisally transparent.


Can be healthy, firm teeth or implants. It is extremely important that the supports (teeth or implants) are firm and stable in order to easily carry the weight of the bridge. Between the two supports are crowns, as a replacement for lost teeth.

Oral hygiene

It is extremely important to maintain a regular oral hygiene and use correctly the toothbrush and the tooth floss. It is also important to take good care of the interdental spaces.

Advanced technology

Thanks to the CAD/CAM technology, bridges are produced very quickly. It only takes one day to produce the base of any bridge, including the one with 12 crowns.


There are several types of dentures, from the classic removable to the ones attached to the implants. At our clinic, you can choose between several types of dentures. When a toothless patient opts for a dentures on implants, bone augmentation is often required.

Partial dentures

Is made of acrylic, reiforced with a metal skeleton to which artificial tissue and teeth are added. The denture is attached to adjacent teeth with metal hooks.

It is applicable if:

  • the patient lacks a lot of teeth and has no supports for a bridge,
  • the patient doesn’t have enough bone for the implants,
  • the patient wants a cheap and removable solution

Partial dentures with precision fasteners

The partial denture can be attached to the teeth with precise connecting elements. It is a better and more stable solution, compared to a simple partial denture because it puts less strain on the neighboring teeth and is aesthetically more acceptable.

Partial telescopic prosthesis

The basis of this kind of dentures are the double crowns. The inner crown is cemented to the milled tooth and the outer crown is fixed inside the denture. The friction between the two crowns gives the proper retention. The inner crown is usually made of gold.

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