Implant Centre Martinko Offers Dental Crowns Service In Croatia And Italy

June 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Implant Centre Martinko, based in Trieste, Italy, has announced that they are now offering their dental crowns service in Croatia and in Italy. They want to point out that the placement of a dental crown is one the most common treatments that they provide in their dental clinic. It is often used to replace the natural crown of a tooth or a ceramic crown on a dental implant. Also, when a tooth with caries has to be opened as part of the treatment, a dental crown is often required after completing the procedure.

Dr. Damir Martinko from Implant Centre Martinko says, “We would like to announce that we now offer our dental crowns service both in Italy and in Croatia. There are many applications of dental crowns. A dental crown is often required for a tooth that we have to open up as part of the treatment. A crown is usually placed to prevent the break up of the remainder of the tooth. These are situations when the standard filling cannot prevent what remains of the tooth to break down.”

A dental crown may also be needed after the removal of an inflamed dental pulp, using a process known as nerve extraction. After the process, what is left would be devitalized teeth with a dark brown or dark gray color and aesthetically no longer appropriate to the rest of the teeth. This situation usually arises when the dental caries have caused sufficient trauma so that the usual filling is no longer able to restore what was lost.

Another important application of dental crowns is when the patient has a tooth that is incorrectly positioned but the patient doesn’t want to wear orthodontic braces. A ceramic crown can be used to modify the position and shape of the tooth efficiently and quickly. For this situation, the dental ceramic crown will greatly reduce the dental balance rehabilitation time. Restoration of the balance of the teeth has to be done as soon as possible because it can result into too much wear of the teeth because certain parts are exposed to excessive load of the chewing forces that will likely result into tooth damage.

With regards to the question on whether a dental crown can replace a natural tooth, it has been found that the ceramic dental crown can be used as an optimal replacement for a natural tooth. The dental crown has also been observed to be helpful in the case of a devitalized tooth, which is a tooth where biological processes no longer occur and the damage is such that it can no longer be compensated by the standard fillings.

Dr. Martinko also wants to point out that in the case of amalgam dental crowns, the composite filling has to be replaced. And in certain instances, the dentist may decide to replace the whole dental crown.

For patients who have a missing single tooth, the recommendation may be to replace it with a dental implant. This is beneficial because the loss of the natural root of the tooth can be compensated through dental implant therapy. This will prevent the reabsorption of the volume of the maxillary bone, which can be damaging to the entire dental system. This is because reabsorption can accelerate the consumption of other teeth that are subjected to a combination of various forces that can cause damage to the remaining teeth.

In addition to the dental crowns, Implant Centre Martinko also offers dental bridges. Dental bridges have been observed to be an excellent prosthetic replacement for one or more missing teeth. They are composed of a number of elements that is equal to the number of missing teeth. In between the elements of the dental bridge, an adjacent tooth must be present on each side to serve as pillars for the dental bridge.

People who are interested in dental crowns or other dentistry services provided by Implant Centre Martinko can visit their website or contact them by telephone or send them an email. Meanwhile, those who need more information regarding Dr. Markinko can visit his Twitter page at


For more information about Implant Centre Martinko, contact the company here:

Implant Centre Martinko
Dr. Damir Martinko
+39 (0) 4098-35469
Via Dante Alighieri 7, Trieste 34121 Trieste TS, Italy

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