Prosthetics / Aesthetic Teeth Restoration

10The use of modern teeth restoration technologies allows us to repair defects of dental substance and even to reconstruct the lost tooth or set of teeth with an excellent aesthetic and functional effect. Porcelain restorations are not visible, neither in a defect repair nor in the shape of dental crowns.

  • Veneers

Veneers - are thin, almost transparent ceramic shells bonded to the front surface of teeth. Veneers are used for a variety of dental problems, for example for correction of minor dentition misalignments, gaps between the teeth, teeth discoloration or local teeth staining. Veneers form the perfect shape of the visible teeth surfaces with the possibility of individual choice of color.

  • Inlays, onlays, overlays

Inlays, onlays and overlays are individually made in a dental laboratory. Porcelain (ceramics), gold and other materials are used for its manufacturing. Individual laboratory manufacturing means extraordinary accuracy of the bonding to the tooth.

What is the difference between inlays, onlays and overlays?

Inlays do not affect cusps and do not go beyond the chewing surface of the tooth. Onlays, however, cover the entire chewing surface, replacing cusps. Overlays completely cover the cusps and look like a tooth "cap".

  • Crowns and dental bridges

If there are more significant teeth substance defects (for example, as a result of a tooth decay and its consequences), it will not be enough to use only fillings or inlays / onlays to restore them. Most often it is possible to restore a tooth using a dental crown. When one or more teeth are missing, the gap is closed using a dental bridge.

  • Partial dentures

With the loss of several teeth and / or to fill in a large gap, removable partial prosthesis could be a solution.

However, even in these situations, if there is enough jawbone tissue, an implant placement (artificial tooth root) can help to avoid wearing a removable prosthesis.

  • Total dentures

In case of a complete absence of teeth in one jaw, one of the solutions to the problem is the manufacturing of mucosa-supported total dental prosthesis. Artificial teeth perform functions of the missing (lost) teeth. If you have difficulty with the stabilization of the complete dentures in the jaw, implants that provide additional support for the prosthesis, may be used to improve dentures fixation.