Dental prosthetics is a branch of dentistry which substitute lost teeth, aesthetically correct the existing teeth, or improve the function and aesthetic appearance of teeth. Polyclinic Medikadent offers the latest technology making dental restorations, with CAD-CAM technology (Schutz DENTAL GROUP), which is based on 3D computer programs, where possibility of human error almost doesn’t exist.

The beginning of a new era in the production of dental prosthetic replacements. The technology is based on a system model scanning system, an IT design system, machine milling and sintering.

The goal of this technology is to shorten the time of prosthetic fabrication work and minimize errors.

The crown is an artificial tooth that cover damaged natural tooth. In addition to aesthetic reasons, the crown is also used to protect the natural tooth from further damage and deterioration.

Metal-ceramic crown

The crown can be placed on natural tooth or on implant.

If you want a good and solid solution with a good price, then we recommend that you choose a metal-ceramic dental crown. Such dental crowns are very widespread because they have a good price-quality ratio. Dental crowns are very resistant and last a long time.


E.max is considered the most biologically suitable material for the production of dental crowns. It is an integral ceramic crown.

E.max ceramic crowns are stronger and last longer. With this material is obtained an excellent aesthetics because of their transparency and the characteristics of the natural tooth.

Zircon crown

Zircon is a relatively new material in dental medicine and occupies a very important position in fixed prosthetics.

In order to have teeth that can look like natural, patients require metal-free restorations. In contrast to the metallic structure of the skeleton, zircon-oxide shows white colour.

Zircon is a biocompatible material, there are no allergic reactions to the surrounding tissue, and thanks to its excellent mechanical properties, high values of strength, hardness and fracture toughness and impressive aesthetics, its use in dental prosthetics is becoming more common.