The careful planning and study of each stage guarantees the success of the final restoration and the full coverage of the patients' expectations. For this reason, we have created a protocol that allows us to have consistently reliable results in every restoration.
The stages followed are the following:
Study Casts - Diagnostic Wax
With casts and diagnostic wax-up, a study is done before the incident begins, in this way the difficulties and problems that will have to be dealt with are identified.
Digital Smile Design
The digital design of the final image of the patient using dental photographs and precise measurements.
A model (mock-up), of a prosthetic design, is made before the preparation of the teeth, which applies over the natural dentition of the patient. Used to demonstrate, test and evaluate design and functionality as well as conservative and selective preparation of teeth.
There is often confusion during the color selection process in a prosthetic job, as well as in transferring the information to the lab. It is therefore necessary to take the photos under the appropriate lighting conditions and in the correct way. With our experience in the use of dental photography and the recognition of shades of ceramic materials we are able to advise you on how to fulfill this purpose to fully reproduce the color of natural teeth in the prosthetic restoration.
Choice of restoration material
Our laboratory is proud to have available the entire range of materials that modern dentistry has to offer. Always pioneers and with a lot of experience in materials, we can recommend the right one for each occasion as well as many alternatives.
PMMA - Temporary restoration
The temporary restoration is necessary not only to cover the patient until the final construction is made, but it offers us useful diagnostic information such as:
• positions, shape and size of the teeth,
• levels in relation to soft tissues,
• occlusion and voicing,
• control and modify emergence profiles.
Having carried out the above stages we can guarantee the success of the restorations for 2 years. Therefore, in the rare event of a failure, we act immediately to replace them.