Design of seven, short animations on different types of dental restorations. These animations are used to inform the patient about the advantages and disadvantages of each type of restoration.
A dental crown is a custom-made dental restoration used to repair and strengthen a damaged or decayed tooth. The crown encloses the visible part of the tooth and protects it from further damage. It is permanently attached to the prepared tooth and provides both aesthetic and functional benefits.
Veneers are extremely thin, custom-made shells made of tooth-colored material that are applied to the front of the teeth to correct aesthetic problems such as discoloration, gaps between teeth or tooth shape defects. They are made of ceramic or composite and are permanently fixed with special adhesive
A bridge is a dental prosthesis used to replace one or more missing teeth. It consists of artificial teeth supported by crowns on adjacent teeth.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of titanium that is inserted into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. After insertion, it grows together with the bone (osseointegration). A custom-made dental crown is attached to the implant, which restores the appearance and function of a natural tooth.
A ceramic inlay is a dental filling made of tooth-colored ceramic material. It is used to repair damaged or decayed teeth aesthetically and in the long term. The inlay is customized and permanently fixed in the tooth to restore function and aesthetics. It provides a long-lasting and natural solution to restore the tooth.
A bar denture is a dental prosthesis that is attached to several dental implants in the jaw. It provides a firm and stable solution to replace several missing teeth. The metal bar connects the implants on which the artificial teeth are fixed. The bar denture provides comfort and an aesthetic result without adhesives.
A telescopic prosthesis is a removable dental prosthesis that is attached to natural teeth and/or implants. It consists of primary crowns, which are firmly attached to the teeth or implants, and secondary telescopes in the prosthesis, which provide a secure connection. The denture teeth are attached to the telescopic prosthesis, providing stability and comfort during chewing. The telescopic denture allows easy cleaning and is an esthetic and functional solution for missing teeth.
Content: Seven dental procedures. Length 0:30 to 1:00 minutes.
Utilization: Patient information, website
Specifications: Full HD – 1920*1080 Pixel
Client: Hothorn Dentalgroup
The rights of use of the illustrations shown are with the respective clients.