When dental loss occurs, the adjacent teeth can move, preventing proper chewing and difficulty in oral hygiene, which can cause more pathologies within the oral cavity, such as dental caries and periodontal disease. For this reason, it is essential to replace missing teeth to maintain a correct oral health.

The mission of a dental prosthesis is to recover lost physiological functions, such as swallowing and chewing food, avoid pronunciation problems and establish aesthetics.

To do this, dental prothesis are made in a personalized and individualised way depending on the case of each patient, always under the study, diagnosis, and preregistration of the dentist.


Fixed prothesis are those that cannot be removed by the patient, being the most comfortable and aesthetic option.

  • Tooth supported crowns or fixed bridges: They are used to restore one or more teeth. These prostheses are placed on natural teeth that have been previously carved to serve as a unique support. They can be made of ceramic-metal or zirconium, a new and very aesthetic material.

  • Fixed over implant prothesis: they consist of a ceramic or zirconium metal prosthetic structure (crown) fixed to an implant (previously placed by oral surgeon in the maxillary or mandibular bone), in a screwed or cemented manner, the latter option being much more aesthetic for the patient. With this type of prothesis, the patient recovers a single piece, bridges with various dental absences to a completely toothless arch, thus offering the patient a therapeutic option with high functionality and aesthetic since they simulate completely natural teeth.

  • Hybrid implant prothesis: they combine the fixation of the implants with the mucous surface of the gum with acryl or composite materials to adjust the prothesis, especially in those patients who have lost enough bone structure.


Removable prothesis are those that can be removed by the patient, being the suitable option for those patients who are unable to undergo placement of dental implants or fixed tooth prothesis.

  • Skeletal prothesis: Indicated when the patient has several edentulous areas but still has many teeth that are in perfect conditions. They have a relatively thin metal surface made with various metal alloys providing greater patient comfort.

  • Removable partial resin prothesis: indicated therapeutic option when the patient keeps some teeth. They are attached to the oral cavity through the gums and adjacent teeth by means of metal hooks.

  • Removable complete prothesis: Placed in those patients who have lost all the dental pieces of an arch, being gum the only support for this kind of prothesis. Theses prothesis sometimes need.