These are the prosthetics that are applied when there is partial loss of teeth or when a large amount of substance is lost in a single tooth. They replace the patient's missing teeth that cause problems with speech and aesthetic appearance. The goal is to be resistant to the patient's chewing force and to be aesthetically similar to other teeth. Failure to replace missing teeth harms the health of the mouth and teeth because the teeth are designed to complement each other, and when one tooth is missing, the other teeth move or lean over time towards the space created by the missing tooth. These unusual tooth movements cause pressure on the teeth and gums. In addition to all of this, gum and bone tissue is damaged. Because the teeth do not align naturally, the situation becomes more suitable for the formation of cavities due to the inability to clean the teeth naturally. Support is received from adjacent teeth or dental implants to eliminate dental defects.
Single Crowns (Veneers)
It is the name given to crowns applied to strengthen and restore the aesthetics of damaged, broken or discolored teeth that do not look good from an aesthetic point of view. Crowns are obtained from metal-supported porcelain or full ceramic (Zirconium - Empress), and the measurement is taken and sent to the laboratory. The duration of treatment is about 3 sessions (one week).
Fixed prosthetics (dental bridges)
In cases of tooth loss, adjacent teeth are used to provide support and close gaps. For this purpose, it is necessary to reduce the adjacent teeth. The artificial tooth, which will fill the gap, is attached to the crowns prepared on the natural tooth. Following the reduction process, a bridge is obtained from metal-supported porcelain or full ceramics with the measurement taken . After checks are conducted for compatibility, aesthetics and length, it is installed on the tooth to be fixed. Bridges are made in our clinics within 4 sessions (10 days).
Implant-supported fixed dentures
Although restoration with a bridge over the teeth is easy, less expensive, and is performed within a shorter period of time, it requires preparation of the adjacent teeth, which in turn leads to their weakening and the loss of part of the healthy dental tissue. In dental implant treatment, the treatment is completed without the need to perform any operation on the adjacent teeth. Although the treatment period for dental implants is longer compared to bridges, they are more durable prostheses that do not affect the health of the adjacent teeth and gums, are highly aesthetic, and have excellent biological acceptance by the body’s tissues. Implants can also be used to eliminate the problem of using removable dentures in cases of multiple loss of teeth and the inability to make bridges, and they can be used even in cases of complete loss of teeth with fixed restorations.
Partial mobile prosthesis
They are prosthesis that are applied in cases where there are many missing teeth and it is not possible to make fixed dentures. They are removable dentures by the patient and take advantage of the support of the remaining teeth and hard and soft tissues to compensate for the functions of speech ,chewing, and cosmetic aspects. These prostheses, despite their name being mobile prostheses, provide very good stability if they are made correctly and with experts. The basic structure of these dentures is made of metal to ensure complete fit with oral tissues and acceptance by the body. The stability of these dentures is ensured by good compatibility with the tissues and by the clasps that connect these dentures to the teeth in the mouth. Usually, these compensations require approximately six sessions (two weeks).
Precision attachment prosthesis
In precision attachment prosthesis, the clasp system used to support the teeth in modern dentures is not used. Since the attachment remains inside the prosthesis, aesthetics is easily achieved in the anterior tooth support. At the same time, since the retention of sensitive connections is higher compared to modern prosthesis, the movement in the prosthesis is almost non-existent. It takes less time for the patient to get used to the prosthesis. The teeth to be supported must be coated to ensure the attachment. The treatment takes approximately 3 weeks. You can contact our clinic for detailed information.
These are prosthetics that are used when there are no teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or both, and because of their reliance on support taken from the remaining soft tissues in the mouth only, they cannot provide the functions of mouth and speech comfortably as in fixed prosthesis, but when they are made correctly done by specialists, it offers very acceptable functional and aesthetic aspects. After a period of starting to use these devices, the dental tissues, tongue, and lips begin to adapt to them and become easier and more comfortable to use. The treatment period required to make these prostheses is approximately 2-3 weeks, and after delivering these prosthesis to the patient and starting to use them, the patient may experience some discomfort in certain areas of the interior of the device, for this reason, we have check sessions after the prosthesis is attached.
Implant-supported removable dentures
The use of removable prostheses supported by implants provides an excellent alternative to the total prosthesis used in the case of complete loss of teeth. These implants will provide sufficient support and provide excellent stability to the prosthesis and help reduce their size because they depend more on the implants than on the soft oral tissues for their stability.After developing the appropriate plan and applying four implants in the upper jaw and 2-4 implants in the lower jaw, the removable prosthesis are installed using multiple techniques to make their movement almost non-existent, and the patient’s adaptation period to using them is shorter, and with them it becomes possible to eat solid foods that are very difficult to chew with total prosthesis . You can contact us now for Prosthetic Teeth via whatsapp