Treatment Concepts

Follow the individual stories of our patients for an interactive learning experience and learn more about the modern possibilities in aesthetic dentistry.

Ceramic Veneers and Occlusal Onlays for Worn Teeth – Kathrin’s Story

How to plan and create a minimally invasive ceramic veneer and onlay preparation for worn teeth.

A young patient was complaining about the appearance of her smile. She presented worn dentition, extremely increased sensitivity to temperature (hot/ cold food and drinks), and symptoms in static and dynamic occlusion. Watch this step-by-step preparation and rehabilitation of her anterior and posterior teeth.

Zirconia Bridges and Crowns for a Partial Anodontia Treatment- Alina’s Story

Planning and implementation of a therapy for a patient with partial anodontia using Lava™ Plus zirconium oxide frameworks for aesthetic and functional rehabilitation.

This story describes a full-arch rehabilitation of a young patient suffering from dental agenesis. The treatment has compensated for the reduced vertical dimension of occlusion thus restoring both esthetics and function at a minimal biological cost. This requires precise planning and maximum patient compliance during the preprosthetic phase.

Nobel Biocare Implant for Single Tooth Replacement – Anna’s Story

Nobel Biocare's two-piece zirconia implant that is placed in an esthetic area - in the clinical and laboratory phases.

The metal free concepts replace titanium as abutment screw material to the use of a carbon fiber-reinforced screw that shows high resistance and stability. The cement free internal connection highly reduces the plaque affinity and the system also shows high fracture resistance.

Immediate implant – CAD/CAM supported implantology – Nadia’s Story

Why an immediate root analog implant? - Preservation of tissue structures and reduction of necessary surgical interventions

Immediate implantation has established itself as a possible procedure in the aesthetic field to preserve peri-implant tissue structures on the one hand and to reduce the number of surgical interventions on the other. Immediate implant placement with a root-analog hybrid implant.