Prosthetics

Dental Prosthetics is a branch of dentistry which deals with the restorations of dental tissues that are lost for various reasons. The causes for the loss of one or more teeth are numerous: caries, dental nerve diseases – pulp and surrounding tissue, injury, periodontitis, traumatic bite, abrasion, dental tissues development irregularities, etc..

The lack of one or more teeth has:

1. health,

2. social,

3. aesthetic,

4. and psychological significance for the patient.

Health significance reflects in: 1. occlusion and articulation disorder which leads to difficulties in chewing and swallowing and the difficulties and limited movement of the lower jaw, 2. the lowered bite and changes in the jaw joint which can manifest like headaches and pain in the ear area, 3. the disturbed pronunciation of most words, so speech becomes less understandable.

Social significance refers to: 1. pronunciation is conditioned by the presence and position of teeth, so the loss of certain teeth makes changes in words pronunciation, which can cause difficulties in communication, 2. reduction of working ability and forced workplace change, 3. social life that is slowly decreasing.

Aesthetic significance is reflected in persons appearance changes, reduced height of lower third of the face, which gives the patient an elderly look.

Psychological significance can occur sometimes, in terms of the inferiority complex and the aging complex, although the patients are usually young people.

In our clinic we approach each patient as separate individual and make a treatment plan based on medical, functional and aesthetic requirements. Our goal is to suit the dental restoration primarily in the functional sense, that patients feel comfortable with them. Other goal is satisfying the aesthetic effect by seamlessly fit the restoration in the remaining teeth structures.

We are making all kinds of prosthetic restorations solutions, from the simplest to the most difficult and most modern. The tendency is to provide our patients with normal function in terms of chewing and speech, to give them confidence and a smile on their faces, and to fulfill a hidden desire for beautiful, shining and enchanting teeth.

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CASES GALLERY

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FIXED PROSTHETIC

IVOCLAR CERAMICS

Female patient, 37 years old, dental bridge in upper jaw in the form which fully corresponds to the shape of natural teeth.

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METAL-FREE ZIRCONIUM OXIDE CERAMICS

Female patient, 29 years old, metal-free ceramic crowns on four teeth in the upper jaw were made.

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FINESSE CERAMICS

Male patient, 47 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment two bridges in the upper and lower jaw were made.

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IVOCLAR CERAMICS

Female patient, 34 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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CERAMCO CERAMICS

Male patient, 43 years old, two bridges in the upper and lower jaw were made.

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KISS CERAMICS

Female patient, 43 years old, bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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FINESSE CERAMICS

Male patient, 60 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment bridge in the upper jaw was made. Because of Bruxism patient was given retainers for wearing during night.

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SOLO CROWN

Female patient, 34 years old, metal-free ceramic crown was made.

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KISS CERAMICS

Male patient, 48 years old, bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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FINESSE CERAMICS

Female patient, 55 years old, had terminal stadium of periodontitis. After surgical periodontal treatment bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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IVOCLAR CERAMICS

Female patient, 54 years old, bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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METAL-FREE CERAMICS

Female patient, 20 years old, metal-free ceramic crown was made on the upper right first incisor.

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KISS CERAMICS

Male patient, 69 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment bridge in the upper jaw was made.

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KISS CERAMICS

Female patient, 48 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment two bridges in the upper and lower jaw were made.

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KISS CERAMICS

Male patient, 44 years old, after surgical periodontal treatment two bridges in the upper and lower jaw were made.

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MOBILE PROSTHETIC

TOTAL DENTURE

Female patient, 48 years old

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PARTIAL DENTURE

Female patient, 82 years old , a combination of crowns and vironit denture with atachments in the upper jaw was made.

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PARTIAL DENTURE

Female patient, 34 years old, a combination of crowns and vironit denture in the upper jaw and conservative restoration of teeth in lower jaw were made.