Oral Rehabilitation


Fixed bridge


Total prosthesis

Removable partial dentures

With dental prostheses we can solve the lack of one or more teeth as well as repair damaged teeth. repair damaged pieces. Everything to recover your smile in the most comfortable and safe way. safe way

What is Oral Rehabilitation?

Oral rehabilitation is an essential dental specialty that focuses on restoring teeth through dental prostheses to restore esthetic function and oral harmony. The loss of teeth, called edentulism, affects basic functions and mental well-being, highlighting the importance of oral rehabilitation.

Types of dental prosthesis


Dental Crowns

What is a dental crown?

A dental crown is a fixed prosthesis that is placed on a tooth, although they can also be placed on implants. Crowns function as a cover that covers the entire surface of the tooth and behaves like a natural tooth, fulfilling all the esthetic and chewing functions that the patient needs.
It is used when the tooth has a lot of decay, is fragmented or is destroyed. It is composed of materials such as ceramic, metal, zirconium or a mixture of several materials.


Dental Bridges

What is a dental bridge?

The fixed dental bridge is a dental prosthesis used to replace one or more missing teeth in the patient’s mouth. This prosthesis is supported on healthy teeth or dental implants that the patient still has. Its main objective is to restore both chewing function and the esthetics of the smile.

By replacing missing teeth, it avoids dental alignment and bite problems. In addition, it prevents the rotation or displacement of neighboring teeth into the empty socket, which can cause complications such as bruxism, increased risk of caries and periodontal disease. In short, the fixed dental bridge plays a crucial role in restoring the patient’s oral health and improving their quality of life.


Removable Partial Dentures

What are removable partial dentures?

Removable partial dentures are removable devices that can replace from one to several teeth, anchored by retainers to the remaining teeth. Unlike full dentures, these partial dentures seek to restore masticatory, phonetic and esthetic function without covering the entire dental arch. As they are removable, they facilitate the oral hygiene of the artificial and natural teeth in the patient’s mouth. Their objective is to prevent the deterioration of the remaining teeth and to maintain the alveolar bone in its position. These prostheses can be manufactured in acrylic or metal materials, providing a comfortable and functional solution.


Total prosthesis

What is a total prosthesis

Total dentures are removable devices that aim to replace all lost teeth, as well as bone and soft tissues of the maxilla and mandible. These total prostheses are indicated in case a patient has lost all teeth in one or both jaws.
teeth in one or both jaws. They help to complete your teeth and help you feel more confident when smiling.
The base of a denture is designed to mimic natural gum tissue and is made of carefully pigmented acrylic known as polymethyl methacrylate or PMMA. Both upper and lower dentures
rest on the gum tissue and suction helps to hold them in place.



What are inlays?

It is a therapeutic alternative used to restore part of a tooth when the tooth has suffered considerable loss of structure.
a tooth when the dental piece has suffered a considerable loss of structure in order to preserve the natural area of the tooth that is still healthy. It is a block restoration, which is made to the size of the tooth on which it is to be cemented, in order to restore its anatomy, function and aesthetics.
Depending on the extent of the existing defect, dental inlays can be classified into three types (inlay, onlay and overlay). The onlay type inlay does not reach any dental cusp, the onlay type inlay reaches at least one dental cusp and the overlay type inlay covers all the cusps.
Nowadays, inlays are usually made mainly of two materials, composite or ceramic.

CAD/CAM technology

At Dontolier we are committed to greater precision and better aesthetics when creating dental prostheses for our patients.
Dental CAD (Computer Aided Design)/CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) technology is a system of technology that helps in the design and elaboration of dental prostheses by means of the computer.
With this digital technology, we have the possibility to design and manufacture dental restorations in a very precise way and with the highest quality. These features greatly reduce the margin of human error and achieve even higher success rates.

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