A dental prosthesis is an intraoral procedure used to restore missing or damaged teeth, or for aesthetic reasons correcting the front teeth restoring their shape, colour, eliminating gaps or other dental defects and providing the patients healthy and beautiful smile.

Dental prosthesis may also be required in cases when the patient has all teeth, however, suffers from periodontitis, TMJ disorders, or has pathological bite with large amount of dental hard tissues lost. Lately, dental prosthesis has been used for strengthening severely damaged dental tissues.

With the help of state-of-the-art technologies, modern prostheses not only fulfil the highest aesthetic and functional requirements but also provide durability and reliability. After thoroughly analysing each individual case and listening to the patient’s expectations and requests, professional practitioners will offer the best possible solution to the problem. There are two groups of dental prostheses: there are two groups of dental prostheses: fixed (ceramic veneers, zirconium ceramic crowns, implant-supported prostheses) and removable dentures (partial dentures, complete dentures).

There is no reason to fear dental procedures – everything is done quickly and without any pain. There is always the possibility of administering local anaesthesia, which is sufficient to prevent pain. For patients with dental anxiety or phobia, extremely sensitive teeth or uncontrollable nausea reflex, procedures can be performed using sedation – partial short-term narcosis which helps reducing anxiety, discomfort, and pain during certain procedures.