Prosthetic treatment involves rebuilding of natural teeth by filling them with synthetic substances and restoring the correct dental structure. It also allows to improve the aesthetics of the patient’s teeth and face profile. Restoring missing teeth is very important. Incomplete dentition has severe consequences in terms of the patient’s health, everyday functioning, as well as appearance.


Depending on the medical conditions it is possible to make a basic distinction of 2 types of prosthetic restorations:


Permanent prosthetics

  • Inlays and onlays.
  • Crown and root inlays.
  • Veneers (porcelain, from composite resin manufactured in a laboratory, ceramic).
  • Crowns (metal, full ceramic, composite, acrylic, porcelain, on a zircon foundation, telescopic).
  • Bridges (acrylic, based on implantology grafts, veneered using fired porcelain).

Removable prosthetics

  • Acrylic prosthetics.
  • Skeletal prosthetics.
  • Overdenture prosthetics.
  • Acetal dentures.


Course of prosthetic treatment in the case of creating a prosthesis

Carrying out a dental prosthesis according to the basic plan involves three visits at the dental clinic, however at our clinic every case is considered individually depending on the anatomical and clinical conditions of the patient’s oral cavity. During the first visit the physician makes a mold of the dentition using a special molding mass and sends it to the laboratory technician. The second visit involves checking, if the finished metal mold fits, and taking another sample. The final visit involves fitting the finished prosthesis and possible adjustments, as well as informing the patient of how to use the prosthesis, oral hygiene and prosthetic care products.



Permanent prosthetics 
permanently fixed onto pillar teeth


Crown and root inlays are used in order to strengthen the structure of the prosthetic root and pillar before using it in further stages of treatment. They are made from metal alloys commonly used in prosthetics. These are regular chrome-nickel alloys gold-titanium alloys. Inlays made out of zircon oxide with a white or cream color are a recent technical innovation. The root part of the inlay is responsible for strengthening the root’s structure, while the crown part is the target prosthetic pillar on which the bridge crown or pillar is mounted.

Removable prosthetics 
applied on a base and removable by the patient


Acrylic prosthetics are used to restore partial, as well as full dental losses. They are used most often primarily due to financial reasons.


Skeletal prosthetics are used in cases where the patient still retains part of their dentition, which can be used as support for the prosthesis. It is a type of prosthetics considered among the best in their field. The seemingly controversial execution of the prosthesis out of metal allows for a much thinner surface and greater comfort of use for the patient. Additionally, the fact that such prostheses do not directly contact the mucus membrane of the palate is also important, as it reduces the deterioration risk of alveolar processes The brackets mounting the prosthesis, clamps and fastenings make these types of dental prostheses stable, resistant to falling out and, thanks to a smaller scope, requiring less space inside the oral cavity. Metal gives the prosthesis the desired durability, while also not degrading the pillar teeth (on which the prosthesis is fastened).


Acetal dentures are an alternative to classic skeletal prostheses made out of metal. They are made out of acetal – a thermoplastic material with a high homogeneity, resistant to crushing, which makes them aesthetically appealing and perfect for individuals with allergies to metals. They are mounted on clamps and do not press on the patient’s gums, which makes using them easier and more comfortable compared to regular acrylic prosthetics.


Overdenture prosthetics cover the entire surface of the root or roots of residual dentition, or grafts. Their undeniable advantage is the inclusion of dental roots, disqualified as conventional prosthetic pillars, maintenance of the structure and shape of the alveolar process, good prosthesis stabilization, excellent retention of full prostheses and great aesthetic results



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