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Defects in the dental arches are treated by placing veneers, crowns, bridges, implants, or dentures. At NORDENTA dental practice, implant systems from established leaders in the field (BioHorizons, Straumann, etc.) are used.

A crown restores the shape of a damaged tooth and protects it from fracturing. Porcelain veneers can be used for some defects of the front teeth.

In cases of missing teeth in the dental arch, a bridge or implant is placed to restore function and aesthetics. A significant advantage of implants is that neighboring teeth do not need to be filed down during the treatment. However, in some cases, implant treatment may not be suitable due to individual jaw characteristics, general health conditions, or personal patient considerations. In such situations, fixed and removable denture methods are employed.

Fixed dentures involve bridges that are permanently fixed onto previously prepared teeth, including adjacent teeth to the defect. Depending on the material used for the crowns and bridges, they can be metal-ceramic or all-ceramic crowns.

Removable dentures involve the creation of removable prostheses that are secured to existing teeth using clasps, attachments, precision attachments, etc. The dentures can be made entirely of acrylic resin or include a metal cast framework.

In cases of complete tooth loss, the best alternative for their restoration is the use of implant-supported bridges. For this purpose, the placement of usually 6 implants in the upper jaw and 4-6 implants in the lower jaw is necessary.