In dentistry, dentures are devices made to restore the chewing function, contribution to speech and aesthetics of lost teeth or tissues, as well as to help maintain the health of existing tissues.
We can divide prostheses into two separate classes: fixed and movable prostheses.
It is the treatment of covering the teeth with porcelain. In this personalized treatment, a treatment is planned that is appropriate for the color of the teeth and the shape of the teeth. It gives a long-lasting and lasting result. Cosmetics is an easy and quick way to improve appearance.
It is a hard, white and ceramic material. It is more aesthetic compared to metal-supported porcelain because it has a high light transmittance. With zirconium, a transparent and more natural appearance is achieved. It is resistant to hot and cold, does not cause sensitivity. Because it does not have a metal substrate, it is an ideal treatment for patients who are allergic to metal.
Complete Denture ( Must be Installed and Removed )
Total (Complete) dental prostheses are movable prostheses that sit on the lower and upper jaws with tissue support in cases where all teeth are lost due to caries, trauma, bone resorption.
Partial Denture ( Segmented Dentures )
A hook prosthesis is a prosthesis that is preferred in cases where the number and location of teeth in the mouth is not enough for a fixed bridge prosthesis, and can be easily reattached after being removed and maintained by the patient if necessary.
Precision Attachment Denture ( Snap-on Prostheses )
These prostheses, popularly called ‘snap prostheses’, are the preferred prostheses when there are many tooth Dec and treatment with fixed prostheses is not possible. There are hidden holders on the teeth that fit into the prepared slots. These holders provide a more aesthetic appearance, since they do not take on the appearance of hooks.