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Advantages of Dental Prosthetics in Our Clinic

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Our personal cutting edge technology dentistry laboratory ensures the best prices, quality assurance and working speed.

Our experienced dental prosthetists have accumulated experience in the performance of hundreds of successful procedures, traineeship and introduction of new technologies into their work.

An individually tailored approach and availability of all possible dental prosthetics techniques


Why is dental prosthetics necessary?

Ideāls zoba kronītis

A lot of people encounter the loss of teeth. This problem can be caused by age-related alterations, poor oral hygiene, oral diseases, deterioration of the supply of blood to the jaw soft tissue and bad habits. The impact of these factors results in the development of the pathology of the jaw soft and hard tissue, which worsens the general condition of the oral cavity. If prophylactic and treatment measures are not taken in good time, then the progress of these diseases can cause the loss of teeth.

By the help of the prosthetics of the incisors, it is possible to renew the beauty of smile whereas the set-up of dentures in the lateral parts will restore the ability to chew food normally. This procedure also helps to prevent the pathologies of the teeth system because long lasting lack of teeth can cause a number of serious consequences.

Indications for dental prosthetics:

  • athological abrasion of enamel and dentin.
  • Defects of the dental crown part.
  • Severe damage of the dental crown retaining the root.
  • Partial or complete adentia (loss of the teeth).
  • Several defects and disorders of the tooth row composition.


  • Pregnancy.
  • Acute form of various diseases (both stomatological and general illnesses).
  • Allergic reaction to local anaesthesia.
  • Blood clotting disorders.

What types of dental prosthetics are used?

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The classification of dental prosthetics depends on the type of fixation and the size of the tooth row of the jaw to be restored. The dental prosthetics is performed by using fixed and removable constructions.

Fixed dentures (permanent dentures):

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  • Crowns – one of the most popular methods of dental prosthetics, which allows renewing the tooth crown regardless of the degree of its damage. Crowns are only used for one-off dental prosthetics. A condition for their set-up is retaining of the root of the actual tooth.
  • Micro prosthetics – used for the restoration of a damaged tooth crown and mending of visible defects (split–off corners, fissures). By its help only damaged not completely lost teeth can be restored. The visible defects can be corrected by the help of veneers, lumineers and cover plates (on-lays, inlays and overlays).

Inlays are used in order to mend the defects which are found in the area of rises or lateral surfaces. Inlays are of a small size and very efficient. Healthy enamel and dentin tissue are retained. On-lays are used in order to mend the defects of a tooth crown with partially missing surfaces – the renewal of the entire rise or entire biting part. Overlays – used to restore the entire chewing surface of a tooth.

  • Bridges – used if 1–3 units are lost. The main condition of this method is the integrity of the adjacent teeth. They are used if micro dentures or filling is inefficient.
  • Dental prosthetics on implants is a modern procedure, which is used in case one or several teeth or entire tooth row is lacking.

(more about implants here)

The main advantages of the fixed constructions are their reliability, high functional load, good fixation and natural looks. Care for such constructions practically does not differ from everyday oral hygiene.

Removable dentures

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While performing dental prosthetics with removable dentures, special constructions that can be independently taken out are used. They can be used if 1-2 teeth are missing or there is a complete adentia (all teeth are missing). Such ware consists of two parts: the base and artificial crowns.

Removable constructions are one of the most available methods. They are especially appropriate for elderly people.

Non-physiological dentures:

Acrylic removable denture.

A classical denture which has already been produced for more than 60 years. Its advantage is its low price and possibility of repairing. The disadvantages – when using it on the upper jaw, it covers almost the entire palate and there is a possibility of allergy development due to the presence acrylates.

Nylon denture.

Advantages: bio-compatibility, the greatest flexibility and close to the colour of the natural gums.

Disadvantages: no possibility of repairing it and a restricted service life.

Partially physiological dentures:

Snap-in denture.

Advantages – the most physiological removable denture. The presence of metal elements provides the denture with durability and fixation safety and the same way it is possible to make dentures of smaller size.

Disadvantages – the mandatory presence of metal in the denture construction can affect aesthetics in particular clinical situations.

Combined dentures

They are dentures, which consist of removable and non-removable parts. They include snap-in dentures with fixtures.

Advantages: aesthetics and usage simplicity.

Disadvantages: if the denture breaks or it is necessary to extract at least one of the supporting teeth, the entire construction must be changed.

Contra-indications for dental prosthetics:

When the dentures have been placed, the rehabilitation period commences. Its length and peculiarities depend on the type of prosthetics. Several months can pass until a person gets fully accustomed. In this period the following recommendations must be adhered to:
  • Allergy against the used materials.
  • Periodontal disease at an acute stage.
  • Relative contra-indication – gingivitis.

In order to set up dentures, first of all it is required to prepare the oral cavity for this procedure. The preparation includes several steps:

  • Professional hygiene – removal of soft plaque and scale because pathogen bacteria can multiply in the plaque.
  • Performance of the necessary examinations (analyses, X-ray).
  • Oral cavity rehabilitation – in order to eliminate all carious damages and prevent other dental problems. If this step is skipped, damage of the supporting teeth can occur resulting in their loss.
  • Prevention of the jaw’s soft tissue problems – if gingivitis is not treated, it can cause its exacerbation resulting in reduced safety of the denture fixation.

The performance of preparation work allows for the reduction of the possible complications and the extension of the service life of the denture.

Rehabilitation period after dental prosthetics

When the dentures have been placed, the rehabilitation period commences. Its length and peculiarities depend on the type of prosthetics. Several months can pass until a person gets fully accustomed. In this period the following recommendations must be adhered to:

  • Every day the oral cavity hygiene must be ensured.
  • The teeth must be brushed using a tooth brush with soft bristle.
  • Use an irrigator, dental floss and special inter-teeth brushes.
  • Avoid thermal impact and large load on the teeth.
  • Rinse the mouth on a regular basis.
  • Use pain killers if the pain arises.
  • Adhere to a well-balanced diet.
  • Refrain from alcohol and cigarettes.

The main advantage of dental prosthetics in our clinic is an integrated approach and comprehensive diagnostics. We believe that only this approach and several specialists’ participation can fully restore your healthy smile.




    • Diagnostic impression /alginate/ for one jaw

      34,90 €
    • Diagnostic model /one jaw/

      49,90 €
    • Silicone impression

      59,90 €
    • Individual impression from the laboratory

      59,90 €
    • One crown removal

      49,90 €
    • Temporary crown - made in the clinic (plastic)

      49,90 €
    • Temporary crown production in the laboratory /one tooth/ (together with impressions)

      94,90 €
    • Single jaw scan

      59,90 €
    • Tooth modelling in wax

      44,90 €
    • Use of an individual set of sterile instruments

      4,90 €

    • Cermet crown on the implant

      761,15 €
    • Cementing of the crown on the implant

      89,15 €
    • Zirconium intermediate part for the bridge

      582,65 €
    • Metal individual abatement

      456,65 €
    • Zirconium individual abatement

      509,15 €
    • Gold individual abatement without gold cost-price

      383,15 €
    • Implant-based arch prosthesis

      1 899,90 €
    • Telescopic crown based prosthesis

      1 269,90 €
    • Implant-based temporary crown

      241,40 €
    • Zirconium crown covered with ceramics

      994,90 €
    • Ceramic-coated zirconia crown, difficulty level 2

      1 109,90 €
    • Use of an individual set of sterile instruments

      4,90 €

    • Metal crown

      199,90 €
    • Cermet crown (metal inside; white ceramics over)

      354,90 €
    • Cermet crown with porcelain level (aesthetically covered gum border)

      359,90 €
    • Cermet crown with pink gum (the lack of gums is emitted with ceramics)

      389,90 €
    • Zirconium crown

      719,90 €
    • Zircon Crown difficulty level 2

      779,90 €
    • Pressed ceramic crown

      719,90 €
    • Pressed ceramic crown. The 2nd level of complexity

      779,90 €
    • Pressed ceramic veneer

      779,90 €
    • Meryland bridge /1 tooth replacement/  - cermet

      434,90 €
    • Ceramic onlay

      444,90 €
    • Ceramic onlay. The 2nd level of complexity

      589,90 €
    • Composite onlay

      274,90 €
    • Composite crown (made from composite in the laboratory)

      209,90 €
    • Cementing of the crown on temporary cementum

      31,90 €
    • Cementing of the crown on permanent cementum

      79,90 €
    • Fitting

      0,00 €
    • Transferring the prosthesis

      0,00 €
    • Crown cementation on composite cement

      129,90 €
    • Use of an individual set of sterile instruments

      4,90 €

    • Solid base plastic prosthesis

      499,90 €
    • Elastic base plastic prosthesis up to 3 teeth

      389,90 €
    • Elastic base plastic prosthesis more than 3 teeth

      709,90 €
    • Metal arch prosthesis

      1324,90 €
    • Repair of prosthesis

      from 69,90 €
    • Correction of prosthesis

      0,00 €
    • Solid base plastic prosthesis The 2nd level of complexity

      689,90 €
    • Use of an individual set of sterile instruments

      4,90 €