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If teeth are so extensively damaged that they can no longer be restored with composite fillings or ceramic fillings (inlays / onlays / overlays) in the side dental area, there is the possibility of saving the tooth with a dental crown in order to ensure stability, function and restore aesthetics.

The classic dental crown reconstruction was made from metal-ceramics. Today there are alternatives that combine functionality and biocompatibility with outstanding and excellent cosmetic results.

Natural teeth have a transparency; this should be represented also in the restoration to achieve a natural outcome. Today, optically optimized solutions are available with the all-ceramic crowns, which offer an efficient solution with high durability and stability.


Ceramic materials are completely biocompatible, they cause no allergies or irritation potential and their optical and functional properties are extremely similar to those of natural teeth.

All-ceramic crowns have a hardness similar to that of dental enamel, so there is no abrasion of the opposing teeth due to crowns that are too hard. The thermal conductivity of ceramic is comparable to that of natural teeth.


All-ceramic crowns are precisely and elaborately manufactured masterpieces of modern dentistry and dental technology. Their precise fabrication, excellent functionality and aesthetic perfection leave nothing to be desired.



  • Stabilising brittle, extensively damaged teeth.

  • Protecting teeth with large fillings from further decay.

  • For discolored, frequently filled, irregular, chipped or abraded front teeth, an immense improvement in the appearance can be achieved with all-ceramic crowns.

  • If you have had a root canal therapy.



Bridges are alternatives to dental implants - they may close gaps that result from loss of one or several teeth. Closing gaps is important not only for aesthetic, but also for medical reasons: even an inconspicuous gap in the posterior region should be taken care of. Otherwise, the neighbouring and opposing teeth can tilt or grow into the gap. This in turn is not only a further cosmetic problem, but also causes incorrect loading of the jawbone and jaw joints (temporo-mandibular disorder/ TMD), i.e.: causing difficulty chewing and jaw pain or tension


An all-ceramic bridge can hardly be distinguished from a natural dentition in terms of its functional properties. Increased temperature sensitivity of the teeth underneath can almost be ruled out, since the ceramic material corresponds to the thermal conductivity of the natural teeth. A characteristic feature of ceramic materials in dentistry is biological neutrality and have no allergy or irritation potential.

The demand for aesthetics and functionality of these elaborately manufactured masterpieces is made to the patient's satisfaction in every respect.



  • When dental implants are not an option for gap closure.

  • When neighbouring teeth of the gap have large composite fillings and would benefit from a crown anyway.

  • Teeth that are loosened by periodontitis but are basically worth preserving can be stabilised with splinted crowns (all ceramic bridge) -but only after the periodontitis has been brought under control.

  • When oral surgery is not an option and / or a particularly quick restoration is desired (bridges are finished in the lab after approx. 1 week).

  • When teeth are loosened by periodontitis they can be splinted and stabilised with a bridge, as soon as the gums are free of inflammation.


LASER applications in prosthetics

After preparation, a tooth must have a certain amount of hard tooth substance (height and width) so that the prosthetic restauration has sufficient stability and at the same time space for individual shaping. In situations where the prepared dental core cannot provide enough distance to the opposite teeth, a crown lengthening can be carried out with the LASER to ensure this.

For the laboratory to get a precise impression of the dentition and the ground tooth, a "retraction cord" has to be inserted or the procedure can be done optional with the LASER.

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