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(312) 67-19-87

+38 (095) 25-30-228

BUSINESS HOURS

Mo – Fri. 09:00 a.m. – 06:00 p.m.

Sa, Su – Free days.

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We would like to answer the most frequently asked questions that disclose the essence of modern prosthetics, because often nobody guesses that patient has high-quality casts, not "native" permanent teeth. Let us first divide all the types of dental casts into the three conditional groups and tell a bit about what are there? What do they include? What are the casts types?

Removable prosthetics

The main category of people using this type are the senior ones, because this type of casts is high-quality and not expensive. However, today the more attractive kinds of constructions that take into account the individual specific features are required.

Fixed prosthetics

It is actual in case of satisfactory condition of the whole dentofacial system with certain teeth being missing.

Conditionally removable prosthetics

Such prosthetics deals with the castss that could not be removed without the dentist assistance.

The conditionally removable prosthesis is more often used to substitute the whole dental arcade.

The word "bar" in architecture means the construction element used to cover the horizontal openings and to receive the principal load. 

The zirconium dioxide dental crowns in combination with implants are deemed to be the most durable, even may be said, the lifelong, variant of the lost teeth recovery.

The 'all-on-4' technology literally means that the artificial teeth of the dental arcade are fixed on the four implants only. 

One of the principal achievements of the recent years is the use of a new biopolymer material PEEK in the orthopedic dentistry.