We specialize in the combination of the areas of fixed prosthesis on teeth and on implants, removable prosthesis, operative, achieving the ideal occlusion, making an appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan for patients that require the recovery of their oral health through cutting edge rehabilitation techniques.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS FOR ORAL REHABILITATION

TOOTH-SUPPORTED

In this case, the prosthesis is held on the patient's own teeth in order to achieve greater stability. The dentist needs to carve and wear both width and height.

IMPLANT-SUPPORTED

In this case, the prosthesis is attached to one or more titanium implants that perform the root function of the tooth, and on which the dental prosthesis is attached, be it a crown or a bridge.

REMOVABLE PROSTHESIS

Overdenture on implants combines oral mucosa support with the anchorage offered by implants, it is usually held on two to four implants to improve support, retention and stability.

TOTAL PROSTHESIS IN ORAL MUCOSA

Known as dentures. These are performed when a patient has no teeth. They may be superior, inferior or both, if the patient does not have dental pieces in either of the two arches.

PORCELAIN VENEERS

PORCELAIN VENEERS

Porcelain veneers are a type of real-looking aesthetic veneers which are fixed to the front of the teeth by means of an adhesion process covering them. They offer a radical change of appearance to the patients' smile.

CUTTING EDGE RESIN VENEERS

Porcelain veneers, with no wearing of the tooth, are the latest trend in dentistry when improving a patient's smile. These veneers do not cause rejection by the patient.