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Metal ceramic crowns

Metal ceramic crowns and bridges have been a standard solution in the aesthetic dentistry for many decades. They have permanently evolved, from the first construction alloy – gold up to modern constructive materials.

We manufacture prostheses from :

  • noble alloys
  • base alloys

We use ceramic materials, such  :

  • VM 13
  • VM 15


Non-metal ceramic

– ceramic crowns

Non-metal ceramic composites offer many advantages over metal ceramic systems thanks to their superior compatibility, functionality and aesthetic characteristics. Besides their natural appearance, they also feature a higher resistance to plaque and are not affected by corrosion processes.

We use VM 9 – Veneer making, INLAY, ONLAY and pressed ceramics – PM VM 9



Partial skeletal dentures

Conventional maximally reduced one-piece casted partial denture, with a metal base, which is retained and stabilized with casting clasps. They are made out of remaunium.

Partial plate denture.

This simple prosthetic therapy restores both, lost teeth and  the reabsorbed part of the alveolar extension, creating again occlusal relations and normalizing the function of the stomatognathic system.

Full denture


Implants are artificial substitutes, that replace the root of the tooth and are used in dental prosthetics to support the composites of one tooth or a group of teeth. The most acceptable and successful implants are those  embedded in the bone. We use materials from leading manufacturers, such as Straumann, Nobel Biocare, Bredent, Intec, Alpha Bio..



Partial skeletal prostheses with attachments and partial telescopic dentures are particularly interesting . Attachments – are precise binding elements, used to attach fixed composites and mobile partial prosthesis, offering maximal functionality and aesthetic effect.

  • CEKA


 Double crown system

It is a specially developed system of partial prosthesis attachments, where the inner part has a functional shape, while the outer part has the morphological shape of a crown.

  • Double telescopic crowns
  • Double cone crowns


Specific dental crowns

The following are the most frequently indicated composites, which due to their milled surface, accept the complementary elements of skeletal prostheses, forming a morphological and functional unit with them:

  • leading straight crowns
  • crown with proximal extensions
  • support for occlusive rest
  • specific partial crowns