We are able to design solutions of any type, even very complex, always starting from the needs of each patient. We are looking for perfection from both a functional and aesthetic point of view, two aspects to which we reserve the same obsessive care. Our strong point is represented by cutting-edge internal skills and continuous discussion at an international level, as well as by a network of highly trained collaborators.

Our prosthetic solutions are designed to restore the functionality of chewing at 360 degrees with an impeccable aesthetic result. To choose the type of prosthetic rehabilitation, we start with the evaluation of the support tissues, bone, gum and roots, which represent the foundations of our work. If the roots are suitable, we can hypothesize a solution that uses the teeth as prosthetic pillars.

Properly prepared, the natural teeth will receive the ceramic crowns with a metal or integral ceramic core, which will cover them by integrating perfectly into the patient's mouth, as if they were natural and indistinguishable elements.

To simulate the final result, allowing the patient to understand and share our project, we can proceed in two different ways: with a wax reconstruction of the smile or a digital preview drawn through the Digital Smile Design procedure. We choose the most appropriate way to show the patient the goal of treatment. The prosthetic solution will then be made to measure and may concern a single tooth, several elements (possibly also bridges), up to affect the complete arch.

To replace a single missing tooth, an alternative prosthetic solution is the adhesive bridge, the so-called Maryland bridge, which is fixed to the adjacent teeth thanks to special adhesive side flaps, without damaging them and without the need for anchoring to the bone with an implant.

If at the time of the first evaluation of the case we are faced with an invalid support tissue (roots that are not solid or are completely missing) we will have to opt for a prosthetic solution supported by titanium implants. The study will examine the same problems as a prosthesis on teeth but in this case the crowns will be designed to be screwed or cemented to implants integrated into the bone.

The final aesthetic result will be impeccable and indistinguishable as much as that of a solution on natural teeth and the construction of the supports will follow the steps described for implantology.

The ceramic veneers are able to restore the smile to its natural harmony by eliminating its defects. They are thin foils that are applied on the front portion of the teeth. They simulate perfectly the color of the enamel and integrate into the dentition as if they were natural elements. With the veneers, therefore, it is possible to cover chipped or broken teeth but also irreparably stained teeth, resistant to whitening treatments, as well as teeth worn out due to night grinding. Many defects, which can also affect the functionality of chewing, can be overcome thanks to the application of adhesive veneers. We reserve for this type of aesthetic rehabilitation an almost obsessive care, starting from the initial design up to the choice of color, and we use only the highest quality materials for a perfect and long-lasting result.

In the unfortunate event of loss of a very visible tooth, such as an incisor, it is not said that a bridge or an implant must be used to solve the problem. The important thing is to have one or two adjacent healthy teeth, to which we can literally glue a new ceramic tooth. This solution is called the Maryland bridge and is the least invasive when there is the need to replace only one missing tooth in the front part of the mouth. To fix the new element, made of ceramic coated metal or full ceramic, one or two lateral flaps will be provided which will rest on the back of the adjacent teeth.

Unlike the traditional bridge, which requires the filing of the two lateral teeth to become support of the prosthesis, Maryland is an adhesive bridge that guarantees a perfect aesthetic result with a very conservative impact.

Beyond the clichés, which define it as a social prosthesis reserved for those with limited economic availability, the removable prosthesis is a complex and sophisticated product capable of responding to the needs of those who cannot deal with implantology procedures.

Depending on the case, it is possible to design a total or partial prosthesis, fixed with hooks on the residual posterior teeth or with precision attachments that perfectly enclose in fixed prostheses made for the purpose, always on the last residual teeth.

Thanks to modern techniques, it is possible to increase the stability of support of the total prosthesis on the gum by using small implants positioned in some points of the arch, which act as stops. With these tricks, it is possible to overcome one of the most delicate points of the total prosthesis, which must be studied with great attention to the conformation of the mucous membranes. The new materials developed thanks to modern research contribute to making it more compatible and flexible.

To meet an increasing need, we are developing and expanding the use of totally metal-free restorations, which therefore can avoid allergy reactions or toxicity risks. If until not long ago metal-free solutions were in some cases unreliable in terms of strength, today we have avant-garde ceramic materials that can guarantee hardness and shine beyond all expectations, with aesthetic results indistinguishable from real teeth. In addition to fixed prostheses, prostheses can also be created on implants with all-ceramic crowns and the same possibility exists for adhesive bridges (the so-called Maryland bridge) and for removable prostheses, which can be made without the presence of metal hooks. Biocompatibility and absence of corrosion are the main advantages of metal-free restorations, which want to respond to requests resulting from philosophical choices and increasingly popular lifestyles.