When dealing with a lack of multiple teeth in a row, this issue can be addressed with a semi-fixed or fixed solution. A fixed solution typically involves implant placement. Depending on the situation and the number of missing teeth, it is possible to place a minimum of two or more implants. The implants can then, depending on the situation and the patient’s preference, be connected in a dental bridge or a crown can be individually placed on each implant.

Unfortunately, in some cases, patients may not have sufficient bone volume for implant placement and bone augmentation may not be feasible. In such cases, we suggest semi-fixed options in the form of a partial wironit prosthesis. As the name suggests, it is a partial prosthesis that attaches to natural teeth that have been previously crowned, providing a certain level of stability in the mouth. Unlike traditional acrylic dentures, this prosthesis is made of cast wironit metal which does not cover the entire palate, reducing the feeling of a foreign object in the mouth and significantly improving daily functionality.

If you are unsure which option would be best for you, feel free to contact us and schedule a free specialist examination with our specialist in oral surgery, Dr. Marko Miličić.