It is the dentistry branch that deals with the restoration or replacement of teeth that either have lost their functional and esthetic capacity or have been completely lost through advanced and untreated caries, trauma or periodontal disease. Recovering the shape and function of unrecovered or lost teeth requires a thorough diagnosis (including diagnostic photographs, intraoral scans, x-rays and/or CTs, complex occlusion analysis) using study models, facial and articulating arches and periodontal analysis. Following this, a unique treatment plan, fully adapted to the needs and wishes of the patient, is developed by a team of doctors (prosthetist, surgeon, orthodontic, periodontist).
During this stage, prior to defining the final treatment plan, both the practitioners and the patient will be able to envision the treatment steps and the final result with the help of by different interactive technologies, The final prosthetic parts may include ceramic inlays, crowns and ceramic dental bridges with zirconium oxide support or noble and noble metals, entirely ceramic or implant-worn prosthesis, although higher aesthetics can be obtained by using ceramic crowns bearing the support of zirconium oxide or those entirely ceramic.
By replacing the classic fingerprint with the digital one, This state-of-the-art technology grants us access to superior speed and accuracy, thus increasing comfort levels. The intraoral scanner revolutionizes the way the prosthetists work, and the digital workflow in the cabinet, which means a significant increase in the predictability of treatment, the quality of the prosthetic parts, the aesthetics and the comfort of the patient, as well as a significant reduction in working time. In addition, modern dental implant insertion techniques allow their immediate prosthetic loading in complete safety.