Modern dental prosthetics use metal-free materials, and less mobile remedies (such as braces that have to be removed from the mouth every day).
Due to technological developments, crowns and bridges are now made in computerized systems whose accuracy is unsurpassed. The progress in materials and techniques nowadays allows us to apply almost perfectly natural aesthetic solutions.
Today’s standards of prosthetic rehabilitation are metal – free ceramics and implantology. The metal – free ceramic systems with their biocompatibility, functionality and aesthetic superiority exceed the standard of metal ceramic crowns. This system offers increased light transmission and natural reflection, resulting in a more beautiful and more natural look. There is also a decrease in tooth sensitivity to deposits and there is no risk of hypersensitivity of patients to metal.
Following the world trends in aesthetic dentistry, we use the latest CAD-CAM technology for making metal – free prosthetics.
In addition to the non-metallic, undoubtedly the highest quality prosthetics known in the world today, the metal-ceramic bridges and crowns are still largely present. These are constructions that have a metal skeleton under the ceramic structure of the tooth. They provide strength and resistance to construction by reinforcing ceramics and preventing cracking. Hereby both statics and aesthetics are satisfied.
The skeletal (Wisil) prosthesis is the only indication of dental prosthetics in the types of partial toothlessness where it is not possible to make fixed compensations.
The possibility of combining fixed prosthetics, maximum reduced denture plate, and an attachment provides countless possibilities for the care of partial toothlessness.
Attachments Achimenes are the elements for fixation of skeletal prostheses hidden in some of the teeth. In this way, they remain invisible both to the patient and the environment. The patients gladly accept such mobile prosthesis and yet feel that it is fixed.