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Beautiful teeth look appealing, make you attractive

Larger dental defects and missing teeth are treated by the insertion of dentures. The aim of a dental prosthesis is to restore the aesthetics and function of the natural dentition. Each dental prosthesis is an individual dental prosthesis made only for the respective patient.

The primary goal of dentures is to restore the function and aesthetics of the natural dentition.

Aesthetic dentures are an interplay of function and form. There is more to it than just getting the colour right:
the shape, the texture, the function, the consideration of the initial situation, the respective material used, the exact determination of the space conditions, the technique and above all the attention to detail all play an important role.
For us, the interplay of all these points results in “aesthetics in dental prosthesis provision”.

Due to ever new advances in dentistry and especially in dental technology, there is nowadays a great variety of possibilities for aesthetic dental care with dentures for the patient.

A natural smile with beautiful teeth is attractive and appealing. Aesthetic dentistry offers a wide range of possibilities. Fixed, removable – all in ceramic? These are just some of the questions we ask ourselves together with our patients.

Not every type of restoration is equally suitable for every patient, but modern dental technology offers every patient a solution that suits him or her – completely individual, high-quality and, of course, aesthetically pleasing.

We will gladly take the time to discuss with you which treatment options are suitable and sensible for you. We will thoroughly explain the advantages and disadvantages of each option. You can then choose the treatment solution that is right for you.

FAQ - Frequently asked questions

Why should large tooth defects and gaps be treated with dentures?

Tooth defects and gaps can lead to overloading of the neighbouring teeth in the long term and cause additional damage to them. Restoring the chewing function is an important treatment to avoid craniomandibular consequential damage in the long run.

Larger tooth defects

With larger tooth defects, the inner layer of the tooth – the dentin – is exposed and continues to be dissolved by the process of caries. In addition to the lack of functionality of the chewing surface, the consequence can be the dissolution of the tooth from the inside or the development of severe inflammatory processes.

Tooth gaps due to missing teeth

As soon as teeth are missing, the neighbouring teeth often have a hard time. They lack support among themselves in the row of teeth and are loaded incorrectly. Hypersensitivity, tooth loosening and tooth displacement are often the result.

Dental Treatments

Innovative treatment concepts, sensibly planned treatments and optimal dental restorations enable us to keep your teeth healthy into old age.


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More quality of life with new dentures through a natural smile and the ability to bite powerfully again.

Root Canal Treatment

With modern root canal treatments, even obliterated root canals can often be prepared. The aim is to preserve the patient's own tooth.


With state-of-the-art dental technology and up-to-date dental knowledge, we enable our patients to receive high-quality aesthetic treatment and care in our Dental Clinic.