Prosthetics on Implants

Non-removable or removable prostheses are placed on implants. To non-removable prostheses refer crowns, bridges and the so-called conditionally-removable prostheses, that patient can’t remove himself, but if necessary, the dentist can set it again.
Crowns and bridges on implants are made with a small loss of bone tissue of the patient. If there is a big loss of bone tissue, so the prostheses should replace not only teeth, but also the missing parts of gums.