Dental Prothesis Treatments

In individuals with aesthetic and functional problems in their natural dental structure, treatment that may respond to all these problems is called dental prosthetic practices.

Due to trauma, poor oral care, pregnancy, traffic accidents and bruises, individuals may experience tooth loss. In this case, if the findings obtained from the economic or oral examination of the application of other treatments are not acceptable, the individual may choose dental prosthetic applications that have the functionality required for both esthetic and function.

After the initial oral examination, the dentist decides which type of dental prosthetic should be applied based on the patient’s condition.

Types of Dental Prosthetics

There are different types of dental prosthetics in the different structure to treat different oral and dental problems. These are;

  • Fixed prosthetics with metal support
  • Metalless, porcelain fixed prosthetics
  • Segmented and fully (total) moving prosthetics
  • Suitable prosthetics for individuals with problems such as tightening of the teeth, grinding of the teeth
  • In the event of loss of skin and face tissue, face, teeth, prosthetics applied to regulate the position of the mouth esthetically
  • Prosthetics applied on the patient’s own natural dental roots (Overdenture prosthesis)
  • Prosthetics applied to fill the gap after the tooth has been pulled (Immediat prosthesis)

Fixed Prosthetics

The most frequent fixed prosthetics in our country are preferred to close the shortage in the event of tooth loss.

For this application, the person is first allowed to reduce the teeth inside the mouth. So natural teeth support the protein.

  • Speech and voice change problems are resolved.
  • The ability to chew is easier.
  • Provides facial esthetics with a structure that supports lips, jaws and cheeks.
  • The material to be used in practice can be adjusted according to the individual’s budget. (zirconium, kron coating, full metal, reinforced porcelain, etc.)
  • The application varies from person to person, but requires 3-4 sessions. For some time, the condition of the prosthesis’s compliance with the patient is checked and the necessary interventions are performed.
  • Maintain esthetic structure and functional benefits for many years when regularly maintained.

Moving Prosthetics

Moving prosthetics can be removed at any time in the mouth and fitted at any time. There is a possibility that the teeth that are directly missing can be made according to the position and number of teeth.

  • There are a variety of palate, partial, full dental support, full and precise prosthesis with implant support.
  • The application takes an average of 5 sessions, but less or more sessions can be carried out than the person’s structure.
  • After anything is eaten and drank, it must be removed and brushed and cleaned smoothly.
  • The process of getting used to a person’s use of moving prosthetics may take up to 1 month.
  • It is not necessary to use toothpaste for cleaning, but must be kept in water at night when sleeping or not in use.
  • Bad smell can occur when necessary maintenance is undertaken.