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Porcelain Veneers
Two basic forms of porcelain veneers are known: the direct and indirect veneers.
A thin layer of porcelain is placed over a tooth as a solution when the whitening couldn’t help, but the same process can be applied to aesthetically restore the irregularly grown or trauma damaged teeth, as well as to recover a striking enamel defect, discoloration due to root canal or to fill tooth spaces.
The advantage of porcelain veneer technology is that it involves less material loss as less material should be abraded from the teeth. Porcelain veneer cannot be prepared for too crowded teeth, or abrades teeth or persons who grit the teeth during the night.
Inlay, Onlay
The dentist prepares the cavity, and in the same way as with a crown, a dental impression is taken. On the basis of the impression the dental technician prepares the inlays or onlays and then sticks it in. This is of importance if the rate of decay is high, or the proper occlusion of the edges cannot be ensured by filling. Its material can be tooth color gradia, porcelain or gold.
What is the difference between an inlay and an onlay? Both are bonded fillings. While inlays are glued only to the dental cavity, onlay covers the entire chewing surface.
Crowns
Crown is a tooth restoration method that covers the properly prepared tooth and frames the tooth to the desired form. The color and form of the crown is perfectly consistent with the other teeth. In our clinic, we use chamfer preparation method which provides accurate marginal seal of the crown and does not damage the gum.
Metal-ceramic crowns: the base of the crown is produced of metal which are covered by the ceramic, porcelain layer of the same color of the teeth which makes it durable, resistant and aesthetic as well.
The metal free crown is made without a metal base, and therefore it perfectly transmits light, and assigns a realistic and perfect look (Préskerámia and Cerkon crowns)
Combined prosthesis
The combined prosthesis combines the advantages of fixed bridge replacement with the removable prosthesis. The remaining teeth are splint with a bridge to which we connect the removable prosthesis by fine mechanic fixtures. The combined prosthesis is of higher professional value and their wearing is much more advantageous for the patients than the anchorage dentures.
They are employed usually if there is a sufficient number of remaining teeth in the front area, while the side areas are edentulous. In this case, the permanent teeth will get ceramic crowns, which are firmly glued, and in order to achieve a spectacular aesthetic effect the partial denture is connected with hidden precision anchorage (eg. by a slider) to the crowns.
Removable prosthesis
Full upper and lower denture with plastic base plate (prosthesis)
The denture rests on the edentulous mandible base. The dental work is fixed by adhesion, chewing pressure, gravity, and by the possible undercut areas in the jawbone. Such prosthesis moves slightly also under ideal conditions, even minor disturbances can be observed during wearing them.
Dental bridge
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