Whether its inlays, partial crowns, crowns or bridges, what they all have in common today is the material – ceramics. This high-quality prosthesis impresses through its material properties such as durability, compatibility, precision and, above all, aesthetics.
The all-ceramic prosthesis is produced digitally in our surgery. For patients, this means more comfortable treatments as, instead of a conventional impression, an intraoral scanner is used which creates a 3D image of the teeth with the aid of a video system. What's more, there's no need for long bridging periods with temporary restorations as the laboratory takes these data immediately and uses high-precision CAD-CAM milling machines to grind the finished restoration from an industrially produced ceramic block.
Most restorations can even be fitted on the same day and bear pressure right away.