Dental prosthetics


fixed dentures


crown inlay and onlay


dentures without metal components


complete replacements for all the teeth



a combination of fixed and removable dental prosthetics


dentures attached to the jawbone


removable dentures


dentures with metal components



Full ceramic

Full ceramic crowns and bridges are a type of fixed dental prosthetics that do not contain metal. The metal frame is replaced by a zirconia frame made using the CAD/CAM method. Zirconia full ceramic is the most commonly used full ceramic.  Another option is lithium silicate. This material is mostly known under the name E-max.

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PFM (Porcelain Fused to Metal)

PFM crowns and bridges are a type of fixed dental prosthetics which are attached to a metal frame. The metal frame is made of chrome-nickel and chrome-cobalt alloys. It is the most commonly used type of fixed dental prosthetics. Recently, it is being replaced by full ceramic. 

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A composite material mostly used in the dentist’s office for filling cavities. In the lab it is used for making crown inlays and onlays, which are types of indirect restorations. The new generation of resins offers...


surprising possibilities


Flexible partial dentures

are removable dentures you keep in a “glass of water”. They replace spaces between your own teeth. Metal clasps are not used to attach them in the mouth which makes them more comfortable for patients. Thanks to the fact that this special material is flexible and durable at the same time, their retention systems can be placed right next necks of the teeth and allow these dentures to hold better. 

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Complete dentures

are dentures which replace all the teeth. Factory made teeth attached to a resin basis are used for these dentures. They hold in the oral cavity thanks to adhesion. It is important that these types of dentures are made precisely, from the impressions to the final polishing. We now have a material which makes these dentures very comfortable for patients. 

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Removable partial dentures

are removable dentures you keep in a “glass of water”. They replace spaces between your own teeth. They hold in the mouth thanks to metal attachments – that is a wire from the front side and metal clasps from the back side. To make them we use factory made teeth that are set into the resin base of the denture. Their manufacturing is quite complicated and time consuming. 

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Combined dentures

are dental prosthetics which combine fixed dentures and to them attached removable dentures. There are many options of these combinations. The most common ones are attachments. 

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Hybrid dentures

are dentures which replace all the teeth. They are attached to one or two roots of the own teeth or to implants. Sometimes mini implants are used. They consist of factory made teeth. Here can also be used a soft type of material for the patients comfort. 

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Teleskopic dentures

Telescopic crowns are used to attach removable dentures. Telescopic crowns consist of two parts. The inner part is permanently cemented to the tooth stump. The outer part is a component of a removable denture. These two parts precisely fit into each other and create adhesion which is why these dentures hold very well in the mouth. 

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Electronic toothbrush

Prevention is better than treatment. The better care you take of your teeth and gums, the less time you will need to spend in the dentist’s office. 

Find out how the OO toothbrush works

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