Artificial teeth and implantology

Removable prostheses

The simplest way to fill a gap or an edentulous (toothless) jaw is to make a partial or full prosthesis to replace or supplement the missing teeth.


Bridges are used to fill gaps between teeth. This method involves grinding down the neighbouring teeth so that the bridge can be fixed to them.


With implants, a kind of artificial tooth, we can replace individual or multiple missing teeth and fill gaps without having to grind down the neighbouring teeth.