We offer parking places on the other side of the street next to the Kurpark.

Multi-storey car park

There is a multi-storey car park 100m away next to Königkarlstrasse 1 that you can use.

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Temporary replacements have to be made to bridge a certain period during the rehabilitation phase. There are various kinds of temporary replacement, depending on the nature and extent of the rehabilitation measures:

Temporary fillings

Once old fillings or inlays have been removed from the molars, temporary plastic fillings are inserted to see how the teeth react to the drilling procedure. If the old fillings were made of amalgam, these temporary fillings will give the body enough time to recover from the effects of exposure to this metal. We will also perform a heavy metal detoxification treatment if required.

Our temporary fillings meet all the requirements for a stable, perfectly functional filling. However, the plastic used is not suitable for the molars in the long term.

When the final inlays or crowns are fitted, the temporary filling is not removed completely; instead, the bottom layer remains in the tooth. This means the deep areas around the tooth no longer have to be touched; this prevents any further irritation of the dental nerve.

Temporary crowns and bridges

Long-term temporary replacements

After removing old crowns and bridges, it is often impossible to construct the new replacement right away as further preliminary treatment will be necessary.

In such cases, our dental technicians make long-term temporary replacements in our laboratory. These are usually reinforced with metal to make them more stable. In these instances, we use only precious metals to avoid the risk of allergic reactions - even if the temporary replacement will only be in the patient's mouth for a few months.

Short-term temporary replacements

Immediately after the old tooth substitute is removed, a temporary replacement must be inserted to protect the newly ground teeth and make the patient look presentable. This is a short-term temporary replacement that is comparatively easy to make and consists solely of plastic. Naturally the colour and fit will not be as good as that of a long-term replacement made in the laboratory under a microscope.

Temporary prostheses
In order to bridge the period while the implants heal, patients who have lost most or all of their teeth often need temporary partial or full prostheses.

As a full prosthesis is invariably a hazard for the implants underneath, this should be supported by temporary implants that can be easily removed once the site of the permanent implants has healed.