Definitive Fixed Prosthesis

The fixed definitive prostheses are anchored on natural posts, or to the patient's natural teeth, which have been prepared during surgery to cement the medical device.

These devices are made up of a substructure that can be manufactured with different technologies (Cad-cam, Cast Fusion, laser melting, traditional processing) and different materials (Cobalt Chrome, Zirconium, Gold-Alloy (Lega Aurea), Disilicate) and are then coated, handcrafted, in ceramics ensuring a high quality aesthetic result.

In addition to crowns and bridges, this category also includes Maryland, Veneers and Inlays that instead of anchoring to a stump find support on the natural tooth (maryland, Veneers) or return it, directly, functionality (Inlays).