Dental prosthetics

Dental prosthetics – Fixed bridges and crowns replace one or more teeth for functional and aesthetic purposes. The fixed prosthodontic denture is fixed to the prepared tooth or to the implant.

MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGIES in dental prosthetics

Based on our deep expertise and knowledge of the most modern implant dentistry techniques, we use only premium implants produced by trusted implant manufacturers, in order to ensure that all implant components are certified, and are made of the highest quality materials.

Only the best titanium alloys are used. They are biocompatible and 40% more resistant than the alternatives. All restorative suprastructures have a perfect connections with implant which guarantees long-lasting results. A variety of polymers, titanium and metal alloys, as well as high performance ceramics are used to restore a crown.

The procedure is performed according to European standards with CE-certified biocompatible materials. New digital solutions are implemented in daily practice like guided surgery, intra-oral scanning, and CAD-CAM.


To achieve perfect aesthetics, we use specific solutions and a broad range of components that are provided only by trusted manufacturers in order to fully be sure of the quality and the certification of all components.

After the treatment, VISODENT issues the certificate of work, in which the quality standards and the type of materials used in the procedure is shown.

Scientific studies have confirmed the success of certified materials in over 99% of the cases.


At its disposal, VISODENT has a team of expert professionals specialised in Prosthodontics and Implantology.

Dr Petricevic did his specialty training in prosthodontics at the University of Zagreb and in implantology at the George Eastman Hospital in Rome.

Dr Puhar spent one year as an ITI scholar at the Implant Dentistry Department, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, China.

PROCEDURE LENGTH for dental prosthetics

To successfully complete this treatment, one visit to our clinic is required. After the teeth are grinded and the impression taken, dental laboratory produces crowns, bridges and dentures. On the last day, they are fixed on teeth. It takes 1-4 days on average to successfully complete this procedure(s).

At Visodent all the treatments are organised to do the most we can in a day, without adversely affecting the quality of the treatment. Based on the medical documents and a digital X-ray(s) you provide us prior to your visit, our staff will determine the exact number of days needed to complete each step of your treatment.


To ease your pain during the treatment, conscious sedation can be used. Conscious sedation, also known as “Laughing gas”, is  the most common choice for sedation of patients with mild to moderate anxiety or fear of dental treatment.

The gas takes effect within a few minutes and within a short period, the effect disappears and has no side effects, making this method safe for use in daily practice. VISODENT offers conscious sedation as a part of your treatment, at a price of 60€.


At VISODENT, our care for you, our patient, extends beyond your visit to our clinic. Aftercare is equally important as the procedures performed at our clinic.

Therefore, you will receive detailed instructions on which medication to use after the procedure and how to maintain the treated area in order to make your recovery short and effective. The recovery period is short, between one and three days.


At VISODENT, average prices for this procedures are 3 times lower in comparison to prices in Britain. The lower price doesn’t influence the quality of the procedure, since only certified top quality components are used and our doctors are specialists in this part of dentistry. At our clinic, prices for this procedure vary between 200 € and 500 €, depending on your diagnosis. The exact price of your treatment is calculated before your trip to Croatia. Just contact us through our online contact form and our doctors will promptly get back to you with the calculated price of your treatment.

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