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Dental treatment is a fundamental part of our vision at Dental Center Sarajevo. An unmatched team of specialists will transform your smile forever.

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Dental treatment in our case is a delicate and strictly professional process, with an aim to give you the perfect smile you have always wanted.

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Featured dental treatments

Dental implants

Dental implants are biocompatible prostheses made of titanium, which are surgically implanted in the bone and mimic the root of the tooth.

Dental crowns

Dental crowns or fillings are a type of fixed prosthetic replacement that reconstructs the crown of a natural tooth.

What are the indications and conditions for implant placement?


Indications for implant placement are lack of one tooth, multiple teeth or all teeth. The conditions for implant placement are good and healthy bone that is analyzed by 3D CBCT imaging.

What is the protocol in case of lack of bone for implant placement?


In case of bone deficiency, there are the following solutions: PRF treatment in combination with own and artificial bone, sinus lift surgical treatment.

What is the procedure for implant placement?


The implant is surgically implanted in the bone, the implantation process lasts 20-40 minutes per implant, surgical sutures are placed, which are removed in 7-10 days. After the surgery, the process of osseointegration of the implant begins (fusion of the bone and the implant for the implant to be fully functional). The process of osseointegration lasts 4-6 months. With the completion of osseointegration, the first phase of implant placement was completed. After 4-6 months, patients come to the office to continue therapy.

When can the work be done?


After the process of osseointegration, the gingiva of the former is placed on the implant for 7-10 days to shape the gums around the implant. Impressions are taken and superstructures (abutments) are made for dental restoration. Making a replacement takes 5-10 days. The replacement can be a prosthesis, a bridge or a crown - depending on the patient's wishes. The most popular are zircon ceramic crowns that perfectly mimic a natural tooth.

Dental restoration options

Dental crowns

Dental crowns or fillings are a type of fixed prosthetic replacement that reconstructs the crown of a natural tooth.

Dental bridges

A bridge is a restoration used to replace teeth by joining an artificial tooth to adjacent teeth or dental implants.


Dentures are prosthetic devices made to replace missing teeth and supported by surrounding tissues of the oral cavity.

Featured dental restoration - Dental crowns

What to think about before making crowns?

We advise you to think about the desired colour of future work, and whether you want a major aesthetic transformation before making crowns, especially if they will be in the aesthetic zone of a smile. It will largely depend on how many teeth need to be covered with crowns or maybe e.g. combine the making of crowns with veneers, and whether it is necessary to whiten other teeth beforehand. If you suffer from some form of bruxism (gnashing, clenching of teeth) it is important to inform the dentist about this problem before making crowns. Namely, after cementing the crowns, it will be necessary to make a night shield or splint that will protect your teeth and crowns from damage.

Why should you decide to make dental crown?

Their production is indicated for major destruction of tooth crowns (eg broken crowns, darkened endodontic treated teeth additionally weakened by large fillings, for aesthetic reshaping of rotated or inclined teeth ...). In addition to aesthetics, with this type of restoration, we restore the strength of the tooth crown, prevent its further destruction and restore its lost function.

How are crowns made?

Crowns are made in the dental laboratory based on the impression taken in the dental office. After making in the dental laboratory, the crowns are cemented to a previously ground tooth, dental augmentation or implant, and covered like a cap.

What is the process of making a crown?

After the examination and diagnostics, which we use to determine whether the production of crowns is indicated for you, an agreement is made regarding the appearance of future work. and work plan and definition of terms and times of production.

Dental crowns procedure

First visit to the dentist

Grinding teeth

Grinding teeth to make a crown means reducing the volume of tooth mass so that there is room to make an artificial ceramic crown that will fully function functionally and aesthetically after cementation on the tooth. In the same visit, after grinding, prints of your in mouth situation are taken and an aesthetically acceptable makeshift crown is made. The impression is sent to the dental laboratory where the crown will be made.

On the next visit, the finished crown is tested, if you are satisfied with it, it is immediately cemented. If there is a need for correction, it is returned for finishing in the dental laboratory.

When the lab gets an imprint it starts with designing your teeth and smile. As a result of their work, we get temporary crowns as a simulation of the future shape of your teeth. The lab takes one to five days, which is the period until your future arrival at the office.

Second visit to the dentist

Temporary crowns

During this visit, we will try temporary crowns that simulate future teeth. In this way we have together (therapist and patient) the opportunity to experience a possible look, to comment on whether we like or would like to change something. This will take 20 to 45 minutes. Sometimes, in simpler words, this phase is not even necessary.

Then again there is a period of one to five days in which the laboratory makes your future crowns in the same shape as they were during the simulation. Production of ceramic crowns with CAD-CAM technology and final production of crowns.

Third visit to the dentist

Permanent crowns

The third and final step is the step in which the crown is permanently fixed. This visit lasts from 20 to 90 minutes and after that, you have a quality and long-lasting solution for a more beautiful smile.

The crown (or crowns, if we make more than one) is cemented when you are completely satisfied with it.

How long does the process of making a crown take and how long do you need to come to the dental practice? The duration of the whole process of making crowns from grinding to their cementation takes about 10 days on average, but if necessary, they can be completed in 4 to 5 days. During this time you need to come 2 to 3 times to the dental office.

After treatment care


- Do not eat for an hour after cementing the crowns
- When the anaesthesia subsides, mild pain and hypersensitivity to thermal stimuli (hot, cold) are possible. This sensitivity is normal and usually disappears after one to two weeks.
- Follow proper oral hygiene, use soft brush and gently massage the gums
- A few days after cementation, it is recommended to pay extra attention to the care of the gums (eg: use Gengigel). Feel free to floss.

Approximately seven days after the cementation of the crowns, a check-up is required. It is extremely important to determine e.g. possible premature contacts in the bite or sliding movements, due to soft tissue response, due to possibly still present sensitivity and toothache and the like. It is important to strictly follow the instructions of your dentist to make your crowns last as long as possible.


Non-metal zircon crowns

Today we prefer crowns made of metal-free ceramics due to their biocompatibility and aesthetic superiority. Zircon – ceramic is one of the latest materials for the production of prosthetic replacements used in dentistry. If we talk about the most important criteria that crowns need to meet when restoring teeth, then these are biocompatibilities, functionality and aesthetics. Zircon – ceramics provide all three. Metal-free ceramics are made with computer technology (CAD / CAM), which achieves superior precision. In the case of metal-free ceramic crowns, the possibility of the appearance of dark edges is sometimes avoided, which is sometimes encountered in metal-ceramic crowns (due to the edge screening of the material).

They do not have the possibility of corrosion and release of metal particles. Zircon ceramic crowns are of excellent strength and breakage resistance. Because of their white colour, they transmit light in a way that best mimics our natural teeth and their transparency, thus ensuring superior aesthetics in terms of tooth appearance, because with zircon-ceramic crowns you will not notice whether they are real natural teeth or crowns, but only a bright smile

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