• Dental Prosthetics

    Dental prosthetics is a branch of dentistry that aims to replace missing teeth and effectively address any aesthetic concerns. Our clinic offers high-tech solutions that transform your smile.


Metal-free ceramics


Zirconium is a high-strength material in the color of natural teeth. Since it does not contain metal, its light transmission and the natural appearance of teeth far surpass standard metal-ceramic materials.

How zirconium enhances your smile:

  • Natural appearance: Zirconium easily adapts to the color of your natural teeth, providing unparalleled aesthetics.
  • Exceptional strength: Experience security with a material that is extremely strong, ensuring the longevity of your dental restorations.
  • Precision and comfort: Digital technology enables precise shaping of zirconia crowns and bridges, customizing them to your individual needs. After tooth preparation, an intraoral scanner is used to take an impression, and then teeth are digitally designed and milled from special blocks using computer-aided technology.

Smile with confidence, because zirconia crowns and bridges in our clinic represent a fusion of cutting-edge technology and aesthetics that endures.

Glass-ceramic crowns

By using glass-ceramic, unlimited possibilities are achieved to meet high aesthetic standards, especially in the “smile zone” where aesthetics are paramount. Crowns made of this material will be long-lasting and durable, and thanks to the fact that they transmit light almost as much as natural teeth, they will provide you with a completely natural appearance. After tooth preparation, an impression is taken using an intraoral scanner, and then teeth are digitally fabricated using computer technology.

Veneers (Viniri)

Dental veneers are a type of overlay placed only on the front surface of teeth, unlike crowns that cover the entire tooth. They are suitable for correcting cosmetic imperfections such as altered tooth color or irregular tooth position or shape.

Veneers are crafted using computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology, based on models obtained from digital impressions (intraoral scanning). This achieves perfect precision, crucial as the veneer thickness ranges from 0.5-0.7 mm. Thanks to modern technology and high-quality contemporary materials, exceptional precision and alignment are achieved.

Another advantage of ceramic veneers is that they do not require aggressive tooth grinding before placement; only a small layer of tooth enamel is removed.

Non-prep veneers

These are a type of veneers that don’t require prior tooth reduction. What makes them special is that they are extremely thin (about 0.2 mm) yet resilient.

Hollywood smile

The “Hollywood smile” is the first association when it comes to non-metallic works (zirconium and glass ceramics). It involves the fabrication of crowns, veneers, or bridges on all teeth, or on all visible teeth that must be of an extremely white color, i.e., bleached shades that differ by 4 shades.

Ceramic fillings (inlays)

The best choice you can make for your tooth damaged by decay or an old filling is a ceramic inlay. With it, the entire filling in the tooth is made of ceramic, which is much harder and more resistant than composite materials (white fillings). They do not require grinding down all surfaces of the tooth like for a crown, only partial grinding as for a filling. Particularly suitable teeth are those needing a large filling, which otherwise become vulnerable. By placing a ceramic inlay, the lifespan of such teeth is significantly extended, with perfect aesthetics.

Metal-ceramic crowns

Metal-ceramic crowns have a metal base onto which ceramic in the color of natural teeth is applied. The metal provides strength while the ceramic layer offers an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Mobile prosthetics

In addition to traditional acrylic dentures, our clinic also offers dentures made from the latest elastic materials, which have better mechanical properties and are more comfortable for the patient.

These include Breflex, Biodentaplast, and Valplast.

Breflex elastic dentures

Breflex belongs to the group of polyamides and they are 100% monomer-free materials (cannot cause allergic reactions). These dentures are flexible, virtually indestructible. What particularly distinguishes this material is the ability to make very thin and delicate parts, even up to 0.5 mm thickness.


Excellent material for patients who want partial dentures without clasps,

Ideal for patients with acrylic allergies,

For patients with sensitive palates and oral cavities who have difficulty adjusting to traditional dentures.

Biodentaplast dentures

Flexible partial dentures of the latest generation with gum color or transparent as desired by the patient. They are made with transparent clasps that provide greater comfort to the patient and are not visible in the aesthetic zone. Another advantage of these dentures is that they are much thinner, with reduced palate, making them much more comfortable for the patient, and increased flexibility allows adaptation even in the most challenging prosthetic cases.

Dentures on dental implants

Dental prosthesis fixed on locators – involves installing between two and four dental implants per jaw and attaching the dental prosthesis over the corresponding attachments (locators). The difference between dentures on dental implants and fixed prosthetic work is that the denture is less comfortable but, on the other hand, is more affordable and removable, making maintenance easier.

Dentures on Ball Attachments – are dentures mainly fixed on 2 previously installed implants. There are special-shaped attachments placed on the implants, and in the denture, there is a special type of silicone ring that secures the denture to the dental implant.