How it works? - Prosthetic procedures at the Eskulap London Clinic.
In our Clinic we offer:
- Crowns (to rebuild the damaged part of the tooth):
- Porcelain crowns on a metal foundation – these are the most commonly used crowns.
- Full ceramic – made entirely of porcelain, give the best aesthetic effect.
- Porcelain on a zirconium foundation – this crown is very resistant to crushing and is also covered with porcelain from the outside for an additional aesthetic effect.
- Composite crown – most often used as a temporary solution.
- Crown inlays (inlay, onlay, overlay) – are another form of classic tooth fillings. They are used in situations where there is an additional problem with support during the prosthetic treatment process.
- Veneers (small overlays glued to the teeth to hide their imperfections):
- Composite – they look very nice and have less durability than porcelain veneers.
- Porcelain – porcelain imitates our natural teeth well. It is resistant to deformation and discoloration.
- Skeletal – it is a kind of movable prosthetic restoration, which, thanks to a special attachment, does not compress the gums.
- Acrylic – used for large cavities.
Call today to arrange your consultation 07747474755.
Dr Małgorzata Lewicka-Kisiel
Face and Neck Surgery Consultant