The ability to fragment food, as well as to smile, can be restored thanks to the procedures restoring the original condition of the patient’s dentition. After the loss of natural teeth or after their massive damage, treatments are carried out to prepare the oral cavity for the application of a removable denture: (acrylic dentures, skeletal dentures, nylon dentures, acetal dentures) or permanent denture (metal-cast crowns and bridges, porcelain faced on metal framework, full ceramic and cercon). We can bleach dead (dark) teeth, reconstruct damaged ones and aesthetically cover them with veneers. The occlusal splint allows you to get rid of tooth grinding at night. Get to know the possibilities of dental prosthetics!

What does dental prosthetics involve? The prosthetist performs:

Permanent prosthetic restorations

TThese dentures are the most convenient option, which can also be exceptionally aesthetic. Crowns, bridges and veneers allow for the restoration of a perfect smile.

Prosthetic crowns

We owe the aesthetic appearance of our smile to the crowns of the teeth, i.e. those parts that are visible in the oral cavity. Therefore, if they are damaged, they should be restored not only for functional but also aesthetic reasons. It happens that when the crown is seriously damaged, the standard filling turns out to be insufficient. In this case, a good dentist recommends a prosthetic crown to the patient. Dental prosthetics offers the options of fixing the crown on a ground tooth, natural root or implant.
When to make a decision to apply a crown?
At the moment when the natural crown of the tooth has been significantly damaged due to caries or injury. Also, pathological tooth wear qualifies a patient for crown application. Very often after root canal treatment it is necessary to use this type of restoration. Crowns are also fixed on implants. Sometimes the choice of a crown is made solely on the basis of aesthetic reasons – the crown provides a solution in the case of permanently discoloured or incorrectly shaped teeth. It can also protect the patient from the necessity of using an orthodontic appliance.

In our dental practice, the prosthetic can offer the following types of crowns:

Porcelain crown

Metal-porcelain crown (Cr, Co, Ni)

These are crowns made of porcelain with a metal foundation. They are durable and resistant to damage. However, it should be kept in mind that their aesthetic value may not be sufficient to be used in the anterior segment of the dental arch. They can also have sensitising effect. However, it is worth remembering that this is the most favourable choice in terms of price.

Crown made of copper-free metal-porcelain alloy (Cr, Co)

It is a safe option that excludes the risk of an allergic reaction.

Full ceramic crown (press)

This type of crown is distinguished by very high aesthetics while maintaining adequate strength. This solution is ideal for demanding patients. They are perfect for use in the front and rear dental arch.

CERCON crown

Crowns made of zirconium oxide offer the highest available quality. This material combines the features of metal and porcelain, making it extremely durable and aesthetic. It guarantees the highest naturalness and extraordinary translucency. An additional advantage is the biocompatibility of zirconium, which does not sensitise and is completely safe for the patient. Every good dentist recommends CERCON crowns as the best solution in case of damage to the tooth crown.

Porcelain veneers

Dental prosthetics allows you to achieve the perfect smile in a quick and safe way. Porcelain veneers are a perfect solution for people who want to get the so-called Hollywood smile effect. Veneers are thin porcelain flakes adhered to the front of a tooth. With their help you can mask discolorations and minor irregularities. The application of veneers is preceded by filing the enamel surface. We emphasize that this is a minimally invasive method of smile improvement. The application of veneers always involves a detailed discussion with patients regarding their expectations as to the effect of the treatment.

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Metal-porcelain crown (Cr, Co, Ni)
1400 zł
Nickel-free metal-porcelain alloy (Cr, Co)
1600 zł
Full ceramic crown
2000 zł
CERCON crown
1800 zł
Porcelain veneer
2000 zł
Temporary crown
80 zł
Complete denture
2500 zł
Skeletal denture (acetal)
3000 zł
Splinting of teeth
150 zł / tooth
Night occlusal splint (relaxation splint)
300 - 500 zł
Adhesive bridge
1200 zł

Removable dentures

It happens, however, that the prosthetist can not offer a permanent denture to the patient due to too many missing teeth or financial issues. In this case, removable dentures are a very good solution.

Complete dentures

They provide rescue for patients with complete edentulism. These dentures are made of acrylic, which are rested on the gums. They adhere to the patient’s palate and have the shape of a horseshoe.

Skeletal denture (acetal)

Metal-free dentures are suitable for people who are hypersensitive or who can not tolerate metal in the oral cavity. The lack of a metal structure makes these dentures safe and comfortable. Acetal is a flexible material, so it does not damage teeth like metal brackets. It also maintains a perfect fit in the patient’s oral cavity, also in terms of teeth colour.

Splinting of teeth

Increased tooth mobility, caused for example by periodontitis, requires treatment due to the fact that it hinders normal functioning. In such cases, a good prosthetist recommends the use of a splint. The splinting procedure consists in combining the teeth with a special material, which increases their resistance to being pushed out. In addition, due to the fact that the teeth are connected, the masticatory forces can be spread over a larger surface.

Night occlusal splint (relaxation splint)

For patients who have a problem with nocturnal tooth grinding or bruxism, our prosthetist proposes a relaxation splint instead of a denture. It prevents dangerous tooth damage and abrasion.

Adhesive bridge

This type of restoration does not require filing of the patient’s teeth. Just one visit is enough to restore the missing tooth, if the adjacent teeth are present. The restoration is adhered between them. It does not adversely affect the other tissues and can always be removed if necessary.

All the restorations are made with utmost precision, taking care of the smallest details. If you are looking for a good prosthetist, contact us!



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