Metal-free inlays crowns, veneers
In aesthetically highlighted areas (front region), and because of increasing metal allergy, metal-free dental restorations are spreading more and more. If decay of the crown of the tooth exceeds a certain degree (old filling, caries, trauma), then we make inlays, veneers, and crown, which belong to dental restauration group.
Inlay is placed into molars, and completes the decayed part of the crown of the tooth.
When making a veneer we prepare the exterior surface of the incisors from the direction of the lips, and a completely individualized porcelain restoration is placed onto that prepared surface.
A crown fits over the complete exterior part of the tooth. These metal-free restorations can be burnt of all-ceramic material, shaped by CAD-CAM technology, and can be made of composit-based, glass-fibre reinforced materials.
Shorter sections of missing teeth – one, or two missing teeth – are possible to restore by bridges made of porelain only, or of hybrid-plastic reinforced with glass-fibre. It can be made in a dental technician’s laboratory using press technology, or at the dentist’s office using CAD/CAM procedure.
In case of restorations which bridge over more extended, or wider teeth missing, a porcelain veneer burnt on a strong frame makes sure that dental restoration meet both requirements of durability and aesthetics.
We make zirconium dioxide and aluminium dioxide frames using CAD/CAM technology. These frames have excellent qualities of material and are biocompatible, and due to its natural shade a more lifelike, aesthetically higher levelled porcelain layer can be reached.