Prosthetics is part of dentistry dealing with a compensation of teeth lost during one’s life. It is very important to take care of our natural teeth and to do everything not to lose them.

- We have altogether 32 teeth. The loss of only one tooth is reflected on the other (neighbouring) teeth, which will then move to the newly formed space, and a dislocation of teeth and jaws will occur. For that reason it is extremely important to take care of the natural teeth, but if it happens that one of them is lost, the loss has to be compensated.

- Depending on how many teeth are lost, it is possible to construct a fixed and mobile prosthetic replacement.

Mobile prosthetic replacements

  • partial acrylic dentures
  • complete acrylic dentures
  • complete prosthetics with a metal base
  • partial skeletal prosthetics
  • partial skeletal dentures with
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  • valplast prosthetics made from soft acrylic

  • Fixed prosthetics

  • Metal Ceramic Crown with a steel die
  • Metal Ceramic Crown with a golden die
  • Metal-less crown from zircon ceramics
  • Facets from esthetic material
  • Casting upgrade
  • Crown with a ceramic gingival edge

  • Mixed Prosthetics

    Constructed in distant toothlessness and great gaps as a combination of crowns, bridges and dentures. This problem, usually fixed with mixed prosthetics, can be solved in the following, more comfortable way.

    The composition of ZX-27 glass pillar teeth is unique because it eliminates the problem of the lack of one’s own pillar teeth necessary for the use of fixed prosthetics. It can be successfully used in cases of distal teethlessness on one or both sides.

    ZX-27 glass pillar tooth, made from special material, adheres to the mucus of the alveolar ridge on the teethless part and thus replaces one’s own lack of pillar teeth. Every patient acquires his/her own ZH-27 glass pillar tooth made from previously made piece processed by dental technicians using heat and mechanical means so they would completely adhere to the mucus of the patient’s alveolar ridge.

    Silencer splint against snoring

    Snoring usually occurs when the soft palate vibrates, when the lower jaw of person snoring draws back and, consequently, the space for air flow is decreased. The air volume remains the same, so it has to flow faster. Those two circumstances cause the vibration of the soft palate and a person therefore snores.

    There is a Solution!

    Use the Silencer device when you go to sleep. The Silencer decreases the moving of the lower jaw. This is achieved by bringing together the upper and lower jaw.


    Before use always check if the joints are securely fastened. The device has to be cleaned with a soft brush, then washed with warm water. While you are not wearing the Silencer device, keep it in a dry place and in its box.