The implant-supported prostheses are fixed and instead of being held by your teeth they are attached to the dental implants, achieving a great hold and firmness, they can be screwed or cemented.

A complete single-arch prosthesis is usually placed on 4-6 dental implants, although this depends on the type of prosthesis used and whether it is the upper or lower arch.

The prostheses are designed in a 100% personalized way in the laboratory by means of our revolutionary technology CAD/CAM of design guided by computer. In this way we will achieve the most similar appearance to the rest of your natural teeth. There are two types of fixed prostheses depending on the material used, metal-ceramic prostheses and zirconium prostheses.

The result is the closest thing to enjoying your own teeth again. Thanks to this support you will improve your ability to speak and chew, giving you a young and natural look.


They are fixed prostheses that are screwed to the implants, are made of a computer designed metal reinforcement, on which will go pink artificial gum and prefabricated veneer of gradia (tooth), which is a type of composite, have the advantage that they have no palate and veneers can be easily repaired in the clinic, are very aesthetic.

To make an implant-supported hybrid prosthesis, a minimum of 4 implants per arch are required. They consist of biocompatible titanium dental implants that attach the structure to the bone. We then attach to the implants a prosthesis with a metal base and a resin structure, with all the dental pieces.

When the lack of all the teeth has caused the bone to lose volume, the most appropriate solution is a hybrid prosthesis screwed onto implants. This way you have an aesthetic solution, which recovers the expressiveness and functionality of your mouth.


This type of prosthesis has a system called locator (male-female) that gives it a greater support.

It is the best solution in cases of patients with little bone to which a fixed prosthesis can not be placed.

They require 4-6 implants for placement. They are made of resin with a reinforcement of chromocobalt in its base that avoids that they break easily, they are more economic than the fixed prosthesis but sacrificing an aesthetic part, since the teeth are of resin and in general they have a greater volume than the porcelain or zirconium prosthesis.