Modern prosthetics is a whole range of solutions that allow you to rebuild your lost teeth in a completely safe way, with an outstanding natural teeth effect.
CROWNS AND BRIDGES
Full-porcelain crowns are an ideal way to rebuild teeth that have been broken or that have been weakened by cracks, very large filling or root canal treatment. Crown strengthen the rest of the tooth giving it a natural look. Crowns also used to implant-based reconstruction.
They replace missing teeth and provide a cheaper alternative to implants. The bridges consist of two or more combined crowns installed on the teeth at the sides of the gap. This solution not only restores the biting function, but also beautifully enhances the look and gives the patient a natural look.
VENEERS (see ESTHETIC DENTISTRY)
These are removable prostheses that complement the larger tooth defects. The solution is maximum functional because the prosthesis physiologically transfers the chewing power without destroying the alveolar bone. Often they provide an alternative to implant treatment when a patient is deprived of the back teeth. Skeletal dentures are durable, do not break, and the metal provides high durability.
- Standard skeletal prostheses – based on the patient’s own teeth with metal buckles and hooks. They are springy, which promotes a better position on the teeth without causing them to fall while eating. They can now be replaced with precision fasteners such as latches. It is necessary put crowns the patient’s own teeth, which gives a very good cosmetic effect and a greater comfort of use.
- Dentures on latches are excellent in the oral cavity – with no visible braces (hooks) – in combination with porcelain crowns. This gives a very good esthetic effect.
- Partial prostheses
- Total prostheses
They are used in the case of extensive partial or total lack of teeth. Various types of plastics are used for their construction. To increase the comfort of wearing a prosthesis, it can be covered with soft plastic inside. Over time, however, due to the ongoing alveolar attrition process, these prostheses have to be replaced with new ones at least once in every 5 years.
Dental prostheses can also be stabilized in the mouth if the latches are attached to the implants.
Splints are used for patients with periodontitis (gum disease). These are frame prostheses that stabilize the twisting teeth. This solution slows down and sometimes even stops the process of tooth loss when attacked by periodontitis. Additional holdings are placed on the inside of the mouth and remain hidden.
* Dear Patient, it is necessary to treat the caries and remove the tartar and plaque before doing the prosthetics work.