Dental prosthetics are made by our dental technician in Lausanne. He makes them to measure for you – a process that necessarily involves two steps:
Dental prosthetics help restore the ability to chew and the look of your smile, and they protect existing tooth structures from premature wear. In our practice, before we even start thinking about prosthetic solutions, we always investigate repair-based solutions involving the least invasive and time-consuming care, such as conservative treatments.
Common dental prostheses
The most popular dental prosthetics include:
Splints and aligners
There are also splints and mouthguards, removable or fixed prosthetics that fulfil several functions:
Complex restorations on implants
Complex restorations fitted on implants: they consist of all more complex suprastructures exclusively fitted on dental implants. These solutions allow you to replace several teeth or a full dental arch. They involve treatment plans spanning several months, precision down to the last hundredth of a millimetre and work of impeccable quality – both in the mouth and in the dental lab. There’s a wide variety of potential solutions.
Removable dental appliances
Last but not least, there are also removable dental appliances – the prosthetics more commonly known as “dentures”. They may be full or partial, contain metallic reinforcements, or be made from a full metal framework for the resin that holds the false teeth. A wide variety of solutions are available here, too.
All of these specific aspects of dental work involve our dental technician in Lausanne. We’ve been working together for more than 15 years and share the same aim of providing a perfect product. The ultimate quality of the end product fitted in your mouth and how long it lasts depend exclusively on the exacting standards and attention to detail of each of our partners.
An initial consultation at the practice is required for any work involving the technician. This helps us draw up a treatment plan and schedule, and estimate the charges involved. Ultimately, treatment solutions are varied and must take into account the patient’s own objective: look, lasting quality, reduced costs or treatment as part of a wider care plan, for instance.