Complete supplier of dental prosthesesNo matter what type of prosthesis and what materials you choose, Permadental offers you 100% quality with up to 70%* savings. As a full-range supplier, we can manufacture any dental prosthesis or orthodontic appliance that your dentist recommends.
5 years warranty on fixed denturesThanks to the combination of modern techniques and digital manufacturing, our dental technicians are able to deliver outstanding quality. That is why we offer a 3-year guarantee on our removable dentures and a 5-year guarantee on our fixed dentures.
*Compared to other dental labs, based on BEL II highest price list NRW.
Crowns and bridges
A crown completes the prepared tooth to its original shape. Can be made of various materials such as gold alloys, zirconium or non-precious metal. Can be completely or partially veneered with tooth-coloured material. A fully tooth-coloured crown is often referred to as a ‘ceramic crown’.
A bridge is used to fill gaps in the teeth. This dental prosthesis consists of one or more crowns or inlays which are connected by bridge members and thus replace missing teeth.
Zircon crowns and bridges
A zircon crown is a crown milled from zircon, veneered with special zircon ceramics. Zirconium bridges are used to fill tooth gaps. This dental prosthesis consists of one or more crowns or inlays, which are connected with bridge elements and thus replace missing teeth. Very aesthetic prosthesis. The framework is made in CAD/CAM process.
Also available as full ceramic (monolithic). The crown/bridge is milled from a zircon blank and ceramic-coloured/painted. An extra veneering is therefore not necessary.
Saves costs, is very stable. Aesthetically especially recommended for the posterior region.
Inlays, onlays, veneers
Inlays and onlays replace missing tooth substance with a precisely fitting cast or milled “filling” made of a gold alloy, zirconium ceramic or other materials. Advantage: very good fit and little loss of tooth substance.
Veneers are wafer-thin ceramic or composite veneers that are usually bonded to the visible areas of anterior teeth to improve esthetics. Protects hard tooth substance with little or no preparation (non-prep veneers).
An implant is a specially shaped screw that is inserted into the jaw to replace a lost tooth root in its place. Different sizes (length and diameter) and materials (titanium, ceramic, a combination of both) can be used. Special coatings and geometries of the threads ensure good ingrowth into the bone. If there is not enough bone available, bone reconstruction measures must be taken beforehand. Fully healed implants can be loaded similarly to natural teeth and serve as abutments for dental prostheses. From single crowns to bridges to complex restorations of entire jaws: almost any restoration is possible on implants, even in combination with natural abutment teeth.
Telescopic prostheses are used to replace missing teeth by attaching the prosthesis to two or more remaining teeth using telescopes. For this purpose, the teeth to be crowned must be ground. A telescope consists of an inner and an outer telescope. Gold alloys, as well as non-precious metals, but also zirconium in combination with electroplated gold are suitable for the manufacture of telescopes. Due to the frictional force that acts on each other when the prosthesis is inserted or removed, the two parts hold the prosthesis in position. This type of prosthesis is well suited for the treatment of a wide variety of gap situations and can be easily extended. Due to the good economic efficiency and individualizable aesthetics, telescopic restorations are used very much for restoring jaws that are only partially toothed.
Combined dentures are a combination of removable and fixed dentures. Crowns/bridges are fixed to the remaining teeth and allow temporary anchoring of the removable part of the prosthesis in the mouth by means of anchoring elements such as telescopes, attachments or bars. Such restorations are also called combination restorations.
Attachment dentures: missing teeth are replaced by anchoring the dentures to two or more existing teeth with the help of attachment crowns. For this purpose, the teeth to be crowned must be ground. A attachment consists of an inner part (attached to the prosthesis) which is pushed into the outer part (attached to the crowns). This creates a friction force that stabilizes the prosthesis body in the mouth.
Bolt prostheses: missing teeth are replaced by anchoring the prosthesis to two or more existing teeth using crowns with one or more bolts. For this purpose, the teeth to be crowned must be ground. A bar is a mechanical anchorage of the dental prosthesis in the remaining tooth population.
Telescopic prostheses: missing teeth are replaced by attaching the prosthesis to two or more remaining teeth with the help of telescopes. For this purpose, the teeth to be crowned must be ground. A telescope consists of an inner and an outer telescope. Due to the frictional force that acts on each other during insertion or removal, the two parts hold the dental prosthesis in position.
Removable dental prosthesis
Removable dental prosthesis is only temporarily fixed in the patient’s mouth due to sucking effects on the oral mucosa or with the help of anchoring elements on teeth. Advantage: Easy to clean.
Partial dentures: missing teeth are replaced by attaching the prosthesis to the remaining teeth. The denture body can be made of solid or soft plastic. The prepared teeth match the colour of the remaining teeth. The integrated denture should restore function and aesthetics and stabilize the remaining teeth.
Full dentures: Prostheses for the replacement of entire edentulous jaws. Pre-assembled teeth and prosthesis bodies are usually made of plastic. The risk of breakage can be reduced by inserting metal reinforcements. This denture restores chewing functions and normal aesthetics for edentulous patients.
Clamp prosthesis (also: model casting prosthesis): the missing teeth are replaced by a prosthesis body which is attached to the remaining teeth with bent or cast clasps. This prosthesis usually consists of a metal framework and plastic.
Rails, snoring rails
Snoring splints: the lower jaw is shifted forwards and downwards. This enlarges the pharynx and allows better breathing without snoring. Such a protrusion splint must be worn during sleep and requires a certain acclimatisation. Snoring subsides relatively quickly and enables a more restful sleep. There are different snoring splints available, which differ in wearing comfort, durability or the possibility of adjustability.
Splints :Various bite or grind splints can be used to correct the bite or protect the teeth from excessive wear.