What is a Dental Prosthesis?
We can lose our natural teeth because of injuries, decaying or other oral health problems. Prostheses are artificial teeth made of acrylic and resin, special plastics and light metal, which are designed to look alike and replace the natural teeth.
It is also designed to help preserving the health of existing tissues while returning the lost teeth and tissues to their chewing functions, their contribution to speaking and their aesthetics.
What stages are passed through during the application of prosthesis?
1st Measure: For the preparation of the prosthesis, first a measure of the mouth is taken by using a measuring spoon and suitable measuring material.
2nd Measure: Personal measuring spoons are prepared on the gypsum model obtained from the first measurements, which are much more suitable to the mouth than the standard spoons and the measurements taken with these spoons are much clearer.
1. Jaw and Facial Prostheses
2. Fixed Prostheses (Porcelain-Ceramic Zirconia Crown Veneers, Bridges, Laminate Veneers …)
3. Mobile Prostheses ((Full) Total Prostheses and Partial Prostheses)
4. Implant Prostheses
Partial prosthesis is used when one or more teeth need to be replaced. Partial prosthesis also protects the alignment of your remaining teeth and prevents them from moving.