Dental crowns

Dental crowns (called commonly capsules) are artificial restorations to rebuild and strengthen teeth that have been fractured by severe trauma or weakened by decay or particularly extended fillings. The crown engages exactly on the remaining part of the tooth structure giving it the strength and shape of a natural tooth.

Crowns made ​​of metal - ceramic

The inner part of the crown is manufactured from metal, while the outer part is covered with the ceramic to give a more natural look of the teeth.

Ceramic crowns

The all-ceramic crowns are made entirely of ceramic without any metal part. This solution enables the maximum aesthetic result, so that the light is not only reflected, but goes through the tooth as in natural teeth. Ceramic is an extremely biocompatible material with no allergenic potential.


The bridge is a dental restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth. The bridge can be supported by natural teeth, by a combination of natural teeth and of installations or only by implants and is anchored permanently to the neighboring healthy teeth. Therefore it is called fixed bridge or fixed partial denture. The missing tooth is replaced by an artificial tooth to prevent misalignment other teeth that cause further problems.