No need to bite on granite

Crowns and bridges – full ceramic high-​tech dentures

Crowns or bridges – each denture is uniquely made by a dental techni­cian in many steps. Computer-​based technolo­gies are an integral part of this type of work, as they deliver precise results.


Almost every tooth that is still well attached to the bone can be saved with a crown, even if a large part of it has already been destroyed. A crown is a protec­tive cover, mostly made of ceramics or metal, which is placed over the tooth. The tooth thereby regains its stability and shape.


Missing teeth have a huge effect on a person’s appear­ance. Also, the opposing tooth does not have any opposi­tion left and there­fore keeps on growing. It so to speak grows into the gap. Through this shift, the teeth lack perfect align­ment. This will eventu­ally lead to increased stress to the temporo­mandibular joint and the attached muscles.

Partial Dentures  

High quality partial dentures don’t have anything in common with the typical cliché of remov­able false teeth. Perfectly adjusted, they don’t inter­fere with natural condi­tions such as aesthetics, talking and chewing.

Model cast prosthesis  

These simple types of partial prosthesis are attached through cast metal braces, which are placed over the teeth like small brackets. It is possible that these prostheses can be noticed when talking and laughing. The great advan­tage, however, is the easy handling.

Precision attachment dentures  

Preci­sion attach­ment dentures are two-​part connector systems, which enable an invis­ible attach­ment of the partial dentures. The patient’s own teeth are capped for this. One part of the attach­ment is soldered to the fixed crown, the other part is fixed to the dentures. When inserting the prosthesis, the connec­tion lock latches, which guaran­tees a tight and secure fit.


Overden­tures are a high-​quality dental prosthesis option. They can be removed easily, cause no wear and tear and are almost imper­cep­tible. Nothing indicates that there is a denture when you smile or talk. They are attached to the patient’s own teeth through a double crown – an outer and an inner crown. The mostly ceramic inner crown will be firmly attached to the patient’s tooth. When inserting the prosthesis, the outer crowns will then be capped over the inner crowns.

Dental practice

Bezirksstraße 50
85716 Unter­schleißheim

08932 14 56 78
Fax 08932 14 56 60

Opening Hours  

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. /​1:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. /​2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m. – by appointment

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. /​1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m. – by appointment

and by appointment

Emergency Service