Dental Prosthesis

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  • Fixed Partial Dentures (Implant Supported Bridge)
  • They are known as Bridge, Crown, Veneer.
  • Bridge :It is a form of treatment applied by shaping the adjacent teeth to fill the gaps that occur in the case of the loss of one or more teeth.
  • Crown :When the damage to the tooth as a result of caries or impact is great, sometimes the filling is not enough. In such cases, where the loss of substance in the tooth is high, the veneer made with metal-supported or full ceramic (zircon) porcelain that provides the shape, color and function of the tooth is called a crown. Sometimes it can be applied for aesthetic purposes only.
  • They are dentures applied in the absence of a small number of teeth in the mouth.
  • Immediate Dentures
  • These dentures are used after tooth extraction.
  • When you lose one or more of your front teeth due to injury or tooth decay, it can cause embarrassment with new cavities in your mouth. Temporary (immediate) prostheses can be used to fill these gaps immediately.
  • Overdentures (Implant-Retained Dentures)
  • These dentures are made on natural tooth roots.
  • They are often made on implants so that the person can control the dentures while chewing and speaking.
  • It solves the problem of tooth loss,
  • It eliminates psychological problems caused by toothlessness,
    Provides a healthy chewing function,
  • Thanks to the acquired chewing function, the biggest obstacle to a balanced diet is eliminated. In this way, a beneficial solution is produced for general body health.
  • Speech impairment caused by tooth loss improves. At the same time, sounds that cannot be produced are made audible again.
  • Damaged oral tissue regains its former health thanks to prosthetic teeth. At the same time, oral health is protected.
  • Cleaning of removable dentures is done with a number of cleaning agents. Dentures are cleaned with effervescent tablets placed in water. If a denture cleaning agent is not available, the denture can be cleaned with a toothbrush or a denture brush. In addition, partial removable dentures can be removed from the mouth and the denture can be cleaned and replaced after the existing teeth in the mouth are cleaned. However, for total dentures, it is sufficient for the patient to remove the teeth and rinse the mouth.
  • After meals, wash your denture in water to remove food residue.
  • You should brush your denture regularly after certain meals, especially before going to bed. This prevents plaque and stains.
  • Brushing uses water and various toothpastes or denture care products. Abrasive powders should not be used. Otherwise, the surface of the denture will be scratched and debris will start to collect and discolor on these surfaces.
  • Special denture brushes or normal toothbrushes can also be used.
  • You should take care to clean all surfaces of the denture.
  • From time to time, you can soak your denture in special denture fluids. If your denture has been exposed to chemicals, you should use it after washing it.
  • Stains and tartar embedded in the denture can only be removed by a dentist using ultrasonic tools.
  • The most effective way to keep the denture clean is to soak it in chemical liquids several times a week in addition to daily brushing.
Proccesing Time : 10 Days
Anesthesia Method: Local
Return to Work: Immediately
Persistence of Results: 5 Years

Dental health is not just about healthy teeth. It is also the key to your smile and self-confidence.