Dental Prostheses are all artificial materials prepared for the purpose of regaining the appearance of functions such as chewing and speech of teeth lost in the mouth for various reasons. In general, tooth and bone loss occurs as a result of untreated gum diseases. In the prosthesis, the lost oral health is corrected. For this purpose, lost lip, cheek support, speech function, chewing function are restored.
Types of Dental Prostheses
They are bonding prostheses such as crown-bridges that the patient himself does not remove. Fixed prostheses are non-disassembly, non-removable and non-fitted prostheses that are glued to the mouth with special material.
Moving prostheses are types of prostheses that are attached and removed by patients and need daily care.
It is applied to the mouths where all teeth are missing.
It is partially applied to toothless mouths. Retention is ensured with nails and hooks on the teeth.
Precision Holder Prostheses:
It is partially applied to toothless mouths. They are aesthetic prostheses that do not have any external apparatus, such as hooks.
Fixed: They are bridges or crowns made with support from the implant.
Moving: Total-like prostheses made with support from preferred implants in mouths where bone support is not sufficient.