Dentures made in Berlin
Inhouse Dental Laboratory
Advantages through our Inhouse Dental Laboratory:Color determiniation directly on the patient by our inhouse dental technician
Individual coloring of the dentures directly on the patient
Personal communication between patient, dentist and dental technician
Ceramic layering / tooth preparation according to photo templates
Prolonged provisional dentures possible prior to final cementation, especially in the aesthetically sensitive front region
Prosthetics / High-quality Dentures
Prosthetic dentistry focuses on the planning, manufacture and integration of any dental prosthesis to replace missing or restore damaged natural teeth. A large number of possible solutions are available for this purpose.
The following denture types are differentiated:
Fixed Dentures are cemented in place and give you the same feeling that your own teeth would.
All-ceramic prosthetics (zirconium dioxide)
Partial caps / inlays / veneers
Combined Dentures are made of one part that is cemented into place and a removable part. Your advantage: Your own teeth serve as an invisible anchor for removable dentures that can be fixed in your mouth easily, that are frequently small and give you a secure feeling when you are chewing and laughing.
Implants of any kind
Removable dentures are synthetic dental prostheses to replace lost natural teeth. Depending on the situation, dental prostheses are designed as full prostheses (if there are no natural teeth left) or partial prostheses that are fixed onto the remaining teeth with cribs.
A detailed as well as thorough dental care needs time and effort. Time, which many people are quite willing to invest in their health. However, even with the most thorough and regular dental care, it may happen that one tooth, several teeth or even whole parts of the jaw must restored or even replaced due to the general wear.
These procedures are summarized under the concept of prosthetics. The replacement of individual teeth or even whole jaw regions is, by the way, one of the oldest and thus also the most thorough research areas of modern medicine.
Thus, people with tooth problems should not be afraid to look at the possibilities of modern dentistry or to profit from them.