Project Description

Dental prostheses represent a fundamental solution in dentistry, aimed at restoring the masticatory, phonetic, and aesthetic functions of patients who have lost one or more teeth. At Polizzi Luongo Studio in Verona, we offer personalized prosthetic solutions designed to perfectly fit the individual needs of each patient, ensuring maximum comfort and optimal results.

What are fixed prostheses?

Crowns and Bridges: Fixed solutions installed on natural teeth or implants, ideal for replacing one or more missing teeth, restoring function and aesthetics.

Dental Implants: Provide a permanent solution for missing teeth by integrating with the jawbone for stable and long-lasting support.

What are removable prostheses?

Removable prostheses are divided into complete dentures and partial dentures.

Complete Dentures: Commonly known as dentures, complete dentures are used when a patient has lost all teeth in one or both dental arches. Made to fit perfectly to the gums and mouth of the patient, they restore aesthetics and functionality, allowing comfortable eating and speaking. They are fully removable and require proper oral hygiene to maintain the health of the gums and entire mouth.

Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are indicated for patients who have lost one or more teeth but still have several natural teeth. These prostheses attach to the remaining teeth via anchoring devices, filling the gaps and preventing the natural teeth from shifting.


A temporary crown is a protective cap placed over teeth undergoing prosthetic rehabilitation while awaiting the final prosthesis.

A bridge is a fixed structure cemented onto two or more dental elements that serve as pillars. Suspended crowns extend between the pillars to replace missing teeth.


In the event of a removable prosthesis fracture, it is necessary to schedule a dental appointment to assess the possibility of repair.

This can be done through direct procedures, or in more complex cases, the device may need to be sent to an external laboratory.

It can happen that a crown becomes decemented, especially if a soft, temporary cement was used initially. In such cases, it is necessary to schedule a dental appointment and, if possible, bring the crown with you to the visit.

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