Prosthetic and cosmetic dentistry is a field of treatments aims to recreate the decayed or lost tooth and surrounding tissues in the mouth and to restore the esthetic, fonation and function of patients.
Prosthetic procedures include many traditional and digital techniques such as fixed and removable prostheses, smile aesthetics applications (zirconium and laminate restorations) and implant supported prostheses.
Fixed prostheses: These are inlays, onlays, crown or bridge restorations supported by the adjacent teeth to the edentulous space.
Zirconium Restorations: Zirconium dental restorations provide a current option in the treatment of allergic patients and patients with high aesthetic expectations with fixed / over denture prostheses, thanks to their durable property and appearance similar to natural tooth colour.
All-ceramic (empress) restorations: These are new generation prostheses with high aesthetic properties, consisting entirely of porcelain without the use of infrastructure material.
Laminate restorations: These are prosthetic procedures in which color, form, shape, position and size irregularities in the teeth are improved by a small amount of tooth abrasion and results close to natural teeth are obtained.
Removable prostheses: These are removable total or partial prostheses supporting from the existing teeth and surrounding soft tissues in the mouth.
Implant-supported prostheses: These include fixed prostheses that can be prepared with screw/cement retainers, supported by implants, and fixed/removable prostheses that can be planned according to the varying number of implants in edentulous patients.