Dental prosthetics allows for the reconstruction of occlusal conditions after total or partial loss of natural teeth. Prosthetic restoration – depending on the doctor's recommendations or patient preferences, they can be fixed (crowns, bridges, veneers) or removable (acrylic restoration, skeletal denture). The first solution is recommended for patients who have not lost more than just a few teeth. Removable dentures are specifically for patients with total or partial lack of teeth.
at Scandinavian Clinic includes:
• crown inlay inlay onlay composite overlay,
• crown inlay onlay onlay porcelain overlay,
• crown and root inlay reinforced with fibreglass for prosthetic reconstruction,
• temporary crown,
• porcelain crown on metal with all-ceramic grade,
• zirconia crown,
• total acrylic denture,
• skeletal denture,
• ceramic porcelain veneer,
• relaxing splint in bruxism,
• reconstruction of the tooth crown with a fibreglass pin.
The course of the procedure:
Before prosthetic treatment, the dentist conducts a thorough interview and examination, on the basis of which he or she assesses the condition of the patient's teeth. The dentist proposes a particular type of prosthetic restoration, taking into account the patient's needs and options of the treatment.
Recommendations after the procedure:
After a full denture, patients are advised to read aloud regularly, which allows for quicker adaptation and adjustment of the denture. If after the denture is fitted discomfort or pain occurs, such problems should be reported during the follow-up appointment.