In the absence of a large number of teeth or in complete absence of teeth, dental prostheses can be made for patients, these can be removed from the mouth - dentures.  There are many different types of dentures, your choice will depend on the distribution, number and condition of your remaining teeth.

This type of denture is used by patients who have no remaining teeth of their own. It is made of acrylate.

This type of denture is very similar to a full denture, both are made of the same material, but a partial denture is held in place by the surrounding teeth using metal wires.

A removable partial denture that is attached to existing teeth by means of a clasp or a removable splint made from a metal alloy (wironit).

Why choose metallic, when the denture can be made in the same colour as your teeth? Unbreakable and flexible partial dentures with clasps in the colour of your teeth. 100% free of monomers and allergens.

These are dental prostheses attached to dental implants. Dental implants are embedded in the jaw bone and supplemented with abutments, which later hold the dental prosthesis in place. Although using a partial denture preserves the jaw bone, an implant will provide the patient with excellent stability and improve the sense of security which is something removable dentures cannot provide.

A telescopic prosthesis is attached to the remaining teeth by means of a double, i.e. telescopic, crown.

Special metal caps, the primary crowns, are fitted onto the treated supporting teeth. As part of the prosthesis, so-called secondary crowns, which pass through the primary crowns like telescopes, provide the anchor for the visible part of the prosthesis, thus guaranteeing excellent stability. With this prosthesis, a small number of remaining teeth can be used, each supporting tooth is separated and accessible for cleaning.

Inlays, onlays and overlays are used to cover teeth in cases where there is greater damage to the dental crown and there is not enough remaining healthy dental tissue for a composite filling to be functionally sufficient, but the damage is not so severe that it requires the production of a full dental crown. The inlay, onlay or overlay is made to fit in our laboratory and is then bonded into place.

A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration that is installed onto multiple processed teeth in order to strengthen and beautify them, with the original purpose of replacing one or more missing or severely damaged teeth in between.

Your dental bridge will feel not different to your natural teeth and a correctly installed bridge will not cause any pain or pressure on its surroundings, or result in an unpleasant sensation of any sort. You will be able to eat, talk and laugh normally without feeling self-conscious or hiding your teeth. The dental bridge is fixed and permanently attached to supporting teeth and to your jaw, meaning you will be able to use your newly constructed teeth exactly the same as natural teeth.

A dental bridge can be installed in two ways: either onto processed teeth of your own or onto dental implants. The dental bridge can be made from both metallic and ceramic materials or be fully ceramic.

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Kokić Borić Karolina, dr. dentalne medicine

Ivana Zajca 4, Krk
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