If the patient lacks one or more teeth, those can be replaced by a classic bridge when adjacent teeth are used as carriers or by an implant that serves as a single tooth or bridge carrier. Modern types of ceramics, such as zirconia and non-metal ceramics, meet all of the essential requirements for function, but also for complete aesthetics.
First of all, when one or more teeth are to be compensated in the front, visible part of the jaw on which more light shines, the transparency of the zirconia crown is very important, as its permeability is almost equal to that of natural teeth.
Non-metal ceramic crowns are recommended in the frontal area to maintain natural tooth aesthetics, but their degree of strength is not sufficient to be used when replacing molars and premolars.
When all these procedures are summed up, we achieve the “Hollywood” smile that most of us want.