|01. Crown removal|
|02. Sectoral imprint of the jaws in the bite|
|03. Imprint of a whole jaw|
|04. The key-bite|
|05. Temporary crown|
|06. Cementation of a temporary crown|
|07. All-metal crown|
|08. Blend crown with plastic|
|09. Blend crown with ceramics|
|10. Metal-ceramic stainless steel crown, with tangential preparation and monochromatic coloring|
|11. Metal-ceramic crown made of chrome-cobalt alloy, with tangential preparation and monochromatic coloring|
|12. Metal-ceramic crown of chromium-cobalt alloy, with tangential preparation and polychromatic coloring|
|13. Metal-ceramic crown of chromium-cobalt alloy, with threshold preparation and polychromatic coloring|
|14. Metal-ceramic crown of noble alloy, with tangential preparation and polychromatic coloring|
|15. Zirconium ceramics|
|16. Crown of high-tech plastic|
|17. Cementing of a permanent crown|
|18. Whole or partial movable prostheses – set|
|19. Model cast prosthesis with Ney's hooks|
|20. Prosthesis with joints|
|21. Thermoplastic prosthesis|
|22. Bruxism splint|
Dentures are the final stage in the treatment of teeth and dentition defects. This is the natural logic of things. For example, a tooth, whit the canals treated for pulpitis or gangrene and at the same time has a huge destruction of the crown we must restorated with a pin and very soon after that put on a crown.
When a tooth or several or all teeth of a jaw are missing, we make respectively crowns, bridges or removable dentures. In many cases, we place dental implants in place of one, two or three teeth, which also requires the placement of crowns.
When there is no natural tooth as a distal bridge support, we place there an implant or two implants and complete the treatment whit bridge.
At a toothless jaw, we place 4 - 6 - 8 - 10 implants and a bridge over them.
When we do not have enough bone volume, we undertake bone grafting in the form of sinus lifting, autogenous bone grafts, guiding bone regeneration, etc.
Modern trends in dentures are the "all on four" and "all on six" approaches.
We apply them when there is not enough bone volume in the lower sinus area of the upper jaw and in the body area of the lower jaw. The goal is to avoid expensive, slow and not very guaranteed bone grafts. Subperiosteal implants also play a special role in this regard.
The tendency is to achieve fixed prosthetics with bridges, but for various reasons this is not always possible. Then we do the so-called "Semi-movable" prostheses - milling prostheses or prostheses on spherical joints.
In the photo gallery, I will illustrate the common designs of crowns, bridges and prostheses in everyday practice. You can see more variety on the websites of the dental laboratories I work with.
Look at our photo gallery