Oral prosthetics and rehabilitation
A dental prosthesis is an artificial element that serves to restore the anatomy of one or more teeth, recovering function and aesthetics.
The prosthesis specialty includes both the creation of prostheses that rest on the gum (removable prostheses), as well as the creation of prostheses that are based on natural teeth or implants.
The prostheses have to adapt to the patient’s mouth, and not the other way around. This requires carrying out a series of tests, as if we were making a “custom-made dress”, just the opposite of the much advertised “rapid or 24-hour prostheses”, in which it is the patient who has to end up adapting to them.
After studying each case, we decide which is the best prosthetic solution, as well as which materials will work best in each situation. All of them are high-end materials to be able to offer the best quality and guarantee to all our patients.
In most cases of prosthetics on teeth, we can make crowns (caps) without metal, using ceramic materials, achieving a great aesthetic result.
“We can make crowns (caps) without metal, using ceramic materials, achieving a great aesthetic result.”