Contemporary system of education, developed treatment culture and competent staff with a desire for continuous learning and improvement influenced that dentistry, as a branch of medicine, experiences the full recognition on this territory.
Recognising the fact that a large number of dentists trained and/or specialised at clinics in the Western Europe and the USA, which along with modern equipment and materials, enables them the performance of all procedures at the level of the developed European countries, so it is clear that the choice of Novi Sad as a place where you will perform a dental intervention is a logical and rational choice.
Zirconium – this material, which is closest to diamond by its hardness, is used in the manufacture of bridges, crowns, inlays and onlays. In the fields of prosthetics, where the hardness of materials is needed, particularly in fixed prosthetics, with bio-compatibility (no allergies) and unsurpassed aesthetics, zirconium is the best choice.
Zirconia Ceramic – this combination of materials is used for making bridges and crowns. The crown base is the zirconium that is white so as not to disturb any of the aesthetic properties of ceramics.
Metal Ceramic – is one of the oldest methods of processing materials for crowns and bridges in the prosthetics. If the patient opts for metal ceramics, usually they are advised to choose between the base of gold, platinum or titanium.
Metal ceramic crowns compared to non-metal (zirconia) crowns
|METAL CERAMIC CROWNS||NON-METAL (ZIRCONIA) CROWNS|
|Frequent allergic reactions||No allergic reactions|
|Common discolouration of the gums||No discolouration|
|Aesthetically acceptable||Perfect aesthetics|
|Acceptable hardness||2 times harder than steel|
|Duration from 7 to 10 years||More than 10 years|