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In addition to your daily dental care requirements, we can also take care of your dental surgery needs. Have you just had a tooth extracted? This dreaded operation, which we use as a last resort, may be necessary if your tooth is too damaged or broken. But don't panic, our national healthcare dentists will restore your smile's full radiance, thanks to the dental implants and prosthetics!

Once the shape or function of a tooth is repaired, we generally apply a dental crown. This is a hollow artificial tooth that covers the damaged tooth. This repair is both functional and cosmetic: it will optimise your smile, while also helping you to chew better. Crowns are often required in cases where the tooth enamel is badly stained, after a root canal treatment, or to cover a damaged tooth. 

The implant is the screw on which the prosthesis is fixed. It replaces the tooth root. The prosthesis is fixed on an implant or on natural teeth

The different types of prostheses

For a part of a tooth:

  • the inlay which replaces part of the tooth

  • the partial dental crown onlay

For a single tooth:

  • the crown which is directly attached to the tooth

  • the crown on implant

For several adjacent teeth:

  • the bridge which is fixed on implants

  • the bridge fixed on the teeth

  • partial removable prosthesis

For the whole jaw:

  • the complete prosthesis on implants (at least 4 implants)

  • removable dentures

Dental bridge

If you are missing one or more teeth, a dental bridge is essential to avoid the surrounding teeth moving into the free space, and to avoid any problems connected with the extraction of a tooth. Also known as a "bridge", this prosthetic consists of an artificial tooth fixed between two crowns. It is supported by the healthy teeth next to the space where one or more teeth are missing. 

For an even smile and a jaw that is ready to take big bites out of life, we advise you to make an appointment with one of our dental prosthetitians! 

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us.


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