Fixed Dental Prostheses

Fixed prostheses are the most commonly used treatment method in prosthodontics. Fixed dentures help to restore the effectiveness of chewing and create an aesthetic appearance. Various constructions of dentures are used when treatment of several teeth or implant-supported prosthetics are needed.
  1. Consultation - after the Patient's examination, the doctor listens to his wishes and expectations, a plan for prosthetic works is drawn up;
  2. Prosthetic works - according to the drawn up plan, preparatory works are performed during each visit: diagnostic models are ordered, dental preparation is performed, temporary dental crowns are produced. After assessing the condition of the teeth, modeling of the pins is performed. In the case of medical indications, to continue the plan of prosthetic works, the help of other doctors (dentist therapist or doctor endodontist) is sometimes needed.
  3. Final works - after the preparatory work is done, the dental impressions for the production of the tooth (teeth) are taken. Production deadlines are agreed upon with the laboratories. Each Patient's case is individual, so the deadline is adjusted accordingly. Upon receiving the product, inspections and measurements are performed, followed by final dental cementation.
  4. Care -  according to the complexity of the construction, the doctor indicates the peculiarities of care. In the case of a standard prosthesis, it is necessary to perform professional oral hygiene once or twice a year.


  • When the defect in the structure of the tooth crown is large and the tooth filling is not recommended we suggest restoring the missing part of the tooth with a porcelain inlay or onlay. With this method of prosthetics, teeth shaving is not necessary. Inlays - onlays ensure long-lasting aesthetic restoration.
  • When the Patient's teeth are damaged and dental restoration is necessary, this is a way for the teeth to look natural. The dental crown is made in such a way that the shade, shape, size, or function do not differ from the natural teeth. They are manufactured using computer technology and are therefore highly accurate. Dental crowns are placed on the Patient's own polished teeth.
  • The main purpose of dental bridges is to replace and restore one or more missing teeth. They also help to restore the function, aesthetic appearance, and correct placement of teeth. During prosthetics, two adjacent teeth are shaved, and the gap between the lost tooth (or several teeth) is filled with a prosthesis.
  • The laboratory produces an individual dental crown, which the doctor attaches to the implant support. In this case, a prosthesis using an implant is the best solution, as there is no need to shave adjacent teeth. The threaded dental implant represents the root on which the crown, that has the shape and color of the tooth, is affixed.
  • In this case, at least two implants are used, on which a dental crown bridge is placed. Typically, two implants hold a three-tooth bridge. The fixation of the bridge depends on the complexity and construction of the case. A bridge can be screwed or cemented onto the implant supports.
  • The result of the implant-supported prosthesis can be equated to natural teeth because the Patient feels and looks like with his own teeth. Usually, 4 or 6 implants are needed in one jaw. The exact number is determined by the doctor. The dental laboratory produces a dental arch that can be screwed or cemented onto the implant supports after selecting the appropriate construction.

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