Bridges are used when teeth are missing, i.e. when a patient is missing teeth between his or her own existing teeth and where implants are not suitable. Depending on the chewing strength and the number of missing teeth, bridges can be shaped differently and from different materials.

Our aim is to have an aesthetically pleasing solution without negatively affecting strength. The development of porcelain has come very far, especially the development of zirconium dioxide porcelain. This porcelain has an incredible durability and can often replace gold alloys. The benefit here is the improved aesthetic quality. The materials we work with today are Procera® AllZirkon, Denzir® and Xawex™.