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Individually tested, toxin-free dental care
After the contaminants have been removed from the body and an individualized detoxification process has been performed, we can investigate which materials are best to use for your functional and/or cosmetic dental prosthesis.
We use only metal-free materials to prevent further corrosion and new contamination.

Single crowns and inlay fillings
We use layered ceramics with a high silicium oxide content and a low aluminum dioxide content. We do not use ceramics that contain feldspar because of their slight but measurable radioactivity.

Bridges can be used to replace up to four teeth and are manufactured from a zircon oxide mineral base . This offers two advantages. Not only is the patient spared exposure to metal contamination and corrosion, but these bridges offer an aesthetic advantage as well. Since no metal substructure is visible, the tooth retains its natural transparence.
The high-silicium content ceramic is not compressed onto the base but arranged in several layers and baked layer by layer.
We use the mineral zirconium dioxide for implants as well, specifically two phase zirconium dioxide implants.
If the jawbone allows, we use a minimally invasive procedure to place the implants with a pre-made drill guide without opening wide back the gum tissue.
For patients with high bone density, a temporary denture can be placed on the implant right away. However, the implants can also be allowed to heal submerged without denture placement.
Patients with inadequate bone mass or bone density must first undergo a preliminary operation to augment or increase the density of the bone.

Model casts and telescopic crowns
Model casts, telescopic crowns and attachments are made from acetal, nylon and monomer-free synthetics and undergo additional processing to reduce the release of harmful substances. Of course, materials are tested in advance for individual tolerance.

Jaw position and clenching
When occlusal height, clenching and/or chewing motion need to be corrected, any materials used for prosthetic rehabilitation should be tested for individual tolerance. Furthermore, the interaction between the temporomandibular joint, the spine and posture must be taken into account in order to avoid or eliminate problems caused by jaw misalignment.