The loss of teeth due to disease and trauma may in fact be associated with: reduced masticatory function, inconfort, tilting of the neighboring teeth to edentulous spaces resulting in the creation of periodontal pockets, chewing and digestive disorders, muscle and joint pain.
Each prosthetic solution should be individualized, planned in detail and integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan that respects the wishes of the patient.
It allows to reconstruct teeth severely destroyed by caries or replace missing dental elements, by means of prostheses fixed to the teeth commonly called crowns, onlays (in the case of a single tooth), or bridges (to replace missing teeth).
A fixed prosthesis is cemented on natural teeth and therefore cannot be removed from the mouth. The materials most used are metal and ceramic, for their aesthetic characteristics, hardness and stability over time.
An additional aesthetic demand can today be met, thanks to the realization of full ceramic crowns that can meet aesthetic requirements and with a more biological result almost indistinguishable from natural teeth.