Orthopaedy is a branch of dentistry, the main purpose of which is the recovery of the integrity of the dentitions from arisen defects, as well as their aesthetic look. There exist different orthopaedic methods, and they all bring to excellent resultsThe Specialists of Dental Clinics ‘Mateevi M.D.’ determine, after diligent analysis and on a strictly individual basis for every patient, which one is most suitable for him.

Cost of orthopaedic services




Photopolymeric inlay


Temporary teeth


Blend ceramics

Removal of a crown

Total prosthesis

Soft prosthesis

Partial prosthesis

Pattern-cast prosthesis

Pattern-cast prosthesis with locks

Cutter prosthesis

Bonding of a pinned crown

Overall direct re-basement

Repair of a removable prosthesis with print

Internal detention with collets


Cutter elements

Pure ceramics


Adapta with ceramics



Pinlay cermet

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Inlay presents an obturation (filling), which we make in the Laboratory of our ‘Mateevi MD’ Clinics.
It is applied in the following events:
– destruction of the tooth (after caries, fracture, or endodontic treatment carried out);
– in zones where the applied masticatory forces are very big and the clinical fillings made would not stand the loads;
– places difficult to access, which do not allow that the form and contacts between the teeth are adequately restored by the Dentist;
– when we have greater requirements for the aesthetics and a ceramic or Zirconium structure would be the most suitable solution.
The practise for making of inlays in our ‘Mateevi MD’ Clinics is the following – The Dentist cleans the tooth from the old filling or from caries, after which he/she takes a precise print, which is sent to the Laboratory. An inlay is made based on the print, which can be made from different materials – precious and non-precious alloys, pure ceramics (press ceramics), Zirconium, photopolymer. From the aesthetic viewpoint, the making from metal is more suitable for the back part of the mouth, while ceramic fillings are more suitable for the front and visible teeth. The ready-to-use filling is sent to the Dentist, after which he/she cements it to the respective tooth with dental cement.
Inlays are distinguished for their exclusive strength and durability.

At ‘Mateevi MD’ Clinics, we offer a universal way of treatment of partial or total edentulism. In the case of loss of several or all teeth, changes can be observed in the oral cavity, which lead to deterioration of the speaking and chewing functions, to changes of the look of the person (the chin protrudes forward, and the cheeks and lips go hollow).
Prostheses may be partial (in cases of a single missing to a single left tooth) or total (in case all teeth are missing). Each prosthesis is built from a prosthesis plaque and artificial teeth while, with the partial prostheses, means for detention and stabilisation (different types of sleepers, hooks, joints, etc.) are also built. The materials are metal, special pink plastic, or a combination of both.
Before we make your prosthesis we need some preparation and planning – two stages that are equally important. Destroyed roots are pulled out, broken fillings are replaced, artificial crowns of the teeth are made when needed, and in order to avoid inconvenience, sharp edges in the bone are being corrected.
The advantages of prostheses: they may be applied with many and different tooth defects and their combinations; the price, which is significantly lower; the possibility for correction and repair.

Pinlay presents a technique of building of a tooth with pin, and it is applied in cases when the bigger part or the whole anatomic crown of a given tooth is missing (because of trauma or caries). It helps to recover sufficient tooth tissues, on which a tooth bridge or a tooth crown is put.
The Inlay is made in the MDT Laboratory, with extensive exactness and precision, to make difference pre-fabricated pins. It may be made from precious and non-precious alloy, ceramics.
The practise for making of pinlay in ‘Mateevi MD’ Clinics is the following – a canal is drilled to accommodate the pin in the root of the tooth, a suitable print is taken with a plastic prototype of the pin set in the root canal. The print is taken to the MDT Laboratory and the MDT casts a plaster pattern, which recreates the situation in the mouth. The MDT makes the pattern of the pin and the waxen tooth stump from the cast-out pattern, after then casts them from metal. The cast structure – the pinlay, is then taken back to the dental surgery, where it is stuck with dental cement in the root canal of the tooth. Now the prepared pinlay is ready for taking of a print for the crown. In some cases fine filing down is needed.