The experience and professionalisation of the main doctor of our clinic – Protector Juditis Berzins – allows us to offer our patients an innovative service – the restoration of the old tooth prosthesis in one visit within a few hours.
When restoring the removable tooth prosthesis, it becomes functional again for the user. Restoring and transforming the existing removable dental prosthesis does not require a new one, which is a significant savings in financial resources. Restoration of the prosthesis is carried out on a single visit within a few hours, saving the patient such an important time resource.
Human face, smile and teeth are an important condition of self-being at any age. By restoring the dental prosthesis, the removable dental prosthesis will be reusable and will significantly improve the quality and appearance of the patient's life.
If the tooth is severely damaged due to cariece, tooth injury, abrasion or erosion, and less than ~ 30% of the amount of the tooth tissue is left, the tooth root inlay is used to restore the tooth. The root inlay is cemented into the root of the patient's tooth to form a solid basis for restoring the damaged tooth. Before inserting the root inlay procedure, cleaning of the damaged tooth canals (endodontia), a dental channel, is performed. Tooth recovery can be initiated as soon as the process of inflammation of the tooth channels has been eliminated.
There are case roots inlay (made of metal) and inlay made of cauldron metal. By functionality, the two types of inlay are not different, but different for aesthetic reasons. The metal inlay can shine through the crown of the tooth, but the metal inlay does not shine through it. This is particularly important in the case of the restoration of incisors. Inlay is made in a dental laboratory for each patient individually. When the inlay is cemented at the root of the tooth, the tooth crown or bridge can be fixed on the inlay.
If the tooth has minor damage, it can be restored with composite material. In cases where the natural tissues of the tooth have remained little, such as the tooth consisting of a large seal, the majority of the tooth has broken, the artificial tooth crown is used.
The paper is made of metal, has a metallic gloss, and is therefore used for the restoration of the side teeth due to aesthetic properties.
Cermets' toothcrowns are made of ceramic and are fortified on a metallic frame.
Porcelain tooth crowns are made of ceramic, sturdy, aesthetically suitable for restoring any tooth. The porcelain crown is practically no different from the natural tooth, released through the beams of light. This crown material is more biologically compatible and less allergic.
Zirconium tooth crowns are made of zirconium which is visually identical to the patient's natural teeth. This type of tooth crown is the most durable.
Previously, the tangered tooth crowns, which had a standard size and were not made individually for each patient, were widely used. Due to inaccurate manufacturing technology, they are no longer used.
The replacement of an individual tooth may be initiated when the implant has grown into the jaw bone. A tooth crown is placed on the implant, made in a dental laboratory. The crown material (cermets crown, porcelain, zirconium crown) is selected by the patient, taking into account the advice of the specialist and the patient's financial capabilities. The selection of the Tooth Crown material affects both its price and appearance and its length of service.
The replacement of the tooth bridge, like the replacement of a separate tooth, can only be started when the implant has grown into the jaw bone. Growing the implant into the bone is individual and can take 3-8 months. A dental bridge shall be used as a form of substitution in cases where several adjacent teeth have been lost. Dental implants are not placed in each tooth, but a tilted structure is being formed.
The partial dental prosthesis is made with one tooth left in the mouth. The partial prosthesis shall be kept in place by means of metal staples. These plates consist of a row of plastic teeth placed on a plastic-based gum. The colour and shape of the teeth are matched to the patient's teeth.
The total removable prosthesis is produced in the case of loss (extraction). In the case of total prosthesis, the patient has a longer adaptation time, needs to learn to eat and talk.
The arc prosthesis is of higher quality than the partial dental prosthesis, because it has a metal arc frame, which is now also available in white, so that the loading is carried partly through the existing teeth by means of laying. Plastic in this prosthesis is applied under artificial teeth as a base that holds teeth and replaces lost bone volume. The arc prosthesis has lighter grooming and is more resistant to fractures.
The arc with attachments is a technically more sophisticated combined prosthesis system, combining the tooth crown and removable arc prosthesis system. In such cases, the removable rim prosthesis is coupled with permanently cemented cermets' tooth crown with special keys. The benefits of a fixed prosthesis are greater stability, invisible staples.
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In our clinic, we offer instant prosthetic manufacturing in case of tooth loss. (I would like to highlight this service, I have photographs, there are also videos, because such a service is not available at another clinic)