prosthesis and Implantology


A removable prosthesis is a prosthesis which. Generally replaces multiple teeth. It partly leans on the remaining teeth, and partly on the gum and the bones. 
A removable prosthesis usually requires a few days of adaptation. If well adapted, it should not be painful.


A crown artificially reconstructs the crown of the damaged tooth. It can either be simple or combined with a fake-stump fixed into the tooth’s root, with a tenon, now made of fiberglass instead of metal.

A bridge replaces a missing tooth, by anchering on adjacent teeth (one on each side). This is the same principle as the crown. 
A bridge replaces one missing tooth, or two teeth. Beyond two teeth, the risk of breaking is too high. But we can also put a larger bridge, tied up to many pillars.


We have a panoramic X-ray unit for imaging. High in resolution and low in X-radiation the exposure, it offers easy positioning and image manipulation, versatile image processing, and brilliant, distortion-free images.
Our clinic interact with the imaging center of our same building for more complex images that we could need.


They are a reliable option for tooth replacement. However it is necessary to have sufficient bone volume in which to implant so that osseointegration can take place to ensure optimal durability.