By inserting a new tooth, the natural tooth function can be replicated, with a solid and stable foundation that you to chew normally. As an additional advantage, it is emphasized that it does not appear to be unnatural in the mouth, nor it leaves the feeling of discomfort.
The structure of the face remains intact as the implants prevent the bone resorption, which occurs after the removal of the teeth. This can be very important in cases where every tooth is missing. When the implants in the lower part of the mouth are not maintained to keep the jawbone intact, the lower third of the face collapses.
For every tooth that is missing, the aesthetic result is far more efficient and long-lasting, if the new tooth is on the implant, rather than when it is compensated by the creation of a bridge. In the frontal region, it is particularly prudent to stop bone resorption, as it drastically affects the final aesthetic result. To overcome the missing weight, you must not jeopardize your neighboring healthy teeth. A known method that allows the making of a tooth bridge is to grind the neighboring healthy teeth, and sometimes remove the nerves to cement the bridge to them. Healthy glut and dentine that are removed from these teeth cannot be recovered, the health in the long run of such teeth can be risked because they also have the load as missing carriers. These teeth can be decomposed, and after that, they must be exported. Replacement of lost teeth using a bridge or crown, that is located on the implants, is not requiring the grinding of natural teeth, so they are not compromised.
Cleaning up the remains of foods that are kept under the bridge can be much harder, than around the crown that is on the implant. It is also easier keeping dental implants in good condition than total dentures.
Your outer appearance will be greatly improved since implants prevent resorption of the forked bone. Also, wrinkles that appear around your lips with the loss of your teeth are eliminated. Collapses of the lower third of faces that occur with tooth loss are visually corrected, and the most important thing is that the rest of the bone can be preserved.
People who carry fixed prosthesis on implants and enjoy their benefits point out that they have far greater confidence, are always happier with their physical appearance, comfort and know they did what they could to maintain their health.
Non-metallic crowns (ceramic) are the best material for prosthetic work at the moment. Our annual studies show the exceptional stability and durability of non-metallic crowns, and the achieved aesthetics are what distinguished this material and placed it in a convincing first place. When one or more teeth are lost, problems such as tooth movement in the jaw or obstruction of the jaw bone develop. By installing non-metallic ceramic crowns, these problems disappear.
Zirconium is excellent because with it you can achieve an excellent aesthetic effect. The refraction of light and the transparency of the zirconium are very similar to natural teeth. It should also be noted that this is one of the hardest metals and is used in space technologies. The non-metallic zirconium crowns have become primary relative to the crowns with a metal base. Metal-ceramic crowns are still quite popular. The primary reason for this is financial, everything else is on the side of non-metallic ceramics.
It is the peak of today’s dentistry. Aesthetic dentistry would be practically unimaginable without any non-metallic ceramics. The very method of making non-metallic ceramic crowns is: computer-aided scanning of prints, high precision grinding and laser cutting of zirconium leads to a precise fit of future non-metallic work without any long-lasting squeezing and pushing underneath. Grinding for non-metallic crowns goes just to the right, or half a millimeter below the gums (this gives the best aesthetic effect) so there is no threat or gum reaction to zirconium, and the material itself is biocompatible more than metal.
The aesthetic moment is also very important for every patient and us. With non-metallic ceramics, one can achieve something that could not be imagined with metalloceramic dental crowns. The most important result for us and our patients is quality, durability, and functionality of the prosthetic work itself so that we can stand behind our work for ten years and more.
The price of non-metallic crowns in recent years has become more and more affordable. Although the price of metalloceramic crowns is lower, due to all of the above, we recommend installing a non-metallic ceramic crown.