Header Definitive Prothesis


In the medical field, the prosthesis is defined as an "artificial device able to replace a part of the missing body or to integrate a damaged body"; the dental prostheses are an integral part of this category and, considering its enormous popularity, they are probably also the most widely known type of medical device.

Implant Prothesis - Preview 01
The importance and validity of this branch of dentistry is evident when the patient's natural denture does not guarantee an anchoring for soli...
Fixed Prothesis - Preview
The dental branch of the fixed prosthesis on a natural tooth which refers to the reconstruction of teeth compromised by damage of various kind...
Movable Prothesis - Preview
The Total Removable Prosthesis commonly known as Denture, a name that diminishes the object in itself and the resources used for its manufactu...
Skeletal Prothesis  - Preview
The skeletal prosthetic devices produced by us (acrylic resin prosthesis with artificial teeth that are anchored to natural teeth) are designe...

The prostheses produced in dental laboratories, even if not often considered, are actually real high technology and deeply engineered medical devices; starting from the indications of the dentist, the qualified and qualified dental technician produces a unique personalized device on the morphological characteristics and on the functional needs of the patient.

Starting from the prescription of the physician, each dental technician must master, to solve the patient's problems, the production of devices belonging to the 5 large categories of prostheses reported here: fixed, removable, implant, skeletal and orthodontic; the amount of final devices that can be produced is consequently enormous, but every single feasible product must always be subject to the following requirements:

  • Functionality: in order to guarantee the correct articular functions and correct chewing.
  • Resistance: the prostheses must in fact resist the masticatory load and corrosion of oral fluids.
  • Innocution: the prostheses must be absolutely biocompatible and free from sharp angles that could damage the patient's tissues.
  • Aesthetics: the artificial teeth must be as similar as possible to the natural ones so as not to alter the patient's facial profile and guarantee psychological well-being.