We offer parking places on the other side of the street next to the Kurpark.

Multi-storey car park

There is a multi-storey car park 100m away next to Königkarlstrasse 1 that you can use.

More details here Journey.

Removable prostheses on teeth
Our skills and expertise in the field of implantology mean that we mainly provide fixed dental substitutes. However, in some cases, the patient may not be able to have fixed implants inserted on medical, age or cost grounds or for some other reason. In such cases, we provide our patients with attractive, high-quality connecting pieces and constructions offering maximum comfort.

Most of these are "telescopic crowns". The main component of this highly precise telescope technique is an interior crown made of precious metal that is cemented onto the tooth. The perfectly fitting external crown fits so precisely on the shiny interior crown that practically no spaces are left. This exact fit is due to the physical phenomenon of adhesion, which guarantees that the crown will remain firmly fixed and consequently provide optimum tooth replacement.

Under normal circumstances, we only make simple clip-in or full dentures as a long-term temporary solution.

Removable prostheses on implants
Patients with few or no teeth cannot always be provided with fixed substitutes in the form of bridges.

If the bone has already broken down so much that the patient's lips and cheeks are drawn inwards when he removes his prosthesis, ageing him visibly, a new removable prosthesis must be made. This is the only way in which the lip and cheek region can be built up enough to restore a natural, attractive appearance; for this, artificial gums made of plastic are used.

These days, removable dentures are by no means an uncomfortable solution. Anchoring the prosthesis on the implants using telescopes or bar-retaining connections meets the most stringent requirements, both functionally and aesthetically. One major advantage of these constructions is that they are easy to clean. Moreover, they can easily be modified in the event of the patient losing any of his implants.