Fixed prosthesis

Fixed prosthesis is the branch of dentistry that allows us to restore lost or compromised teeth with a non-removable solution similar in appearance/comfort to natural dentition.

The prosthesis allows the patient to resolve functional, aesthetic and phonological deficits.

Thanks to the strong evolution of materials and biomedical technologies, it is now possible to accomplish a successful aesthetic and biologic integration of prosthetic restorations; minimally invasive procedures reduce dental preparations and guarantee an intact structure, thereby favouring the longevity of the restorations.


The possibility of operating with minimally invasive procedures, capable of preserving the structural integrity of the natural teeth has encouraged the spread of treatments for purely aesthetic purposes. Veneers, in particular, allow you to idealize the structure, the tooth proportions and the color improving the aesthetics of the smile.