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Dental prostheses applied as a result of damage to teeth, gums or surrounding tissues due to many different reasons are specially prepared for the person. Thanks to the prosthetic tooth, the person gets his teeth, which are considered as the beginning of the digestive system, and the chewing activity takes place smoothly.

Dental prostheses are a dental design designed in such a way that they cannot be distinguished from real teeth. The tooth color of the patient is also an important factor when preparing the prostheses. The patient’s tooth color is found from the color scale and compatible dental prostheses are prepared. In this way, both natural and compatible dental prostheses are made.

Prosthetic teeth are just as functional as real teeth. Sometimes it is done for a part of the mouth, and sometimes dental prostheses can be made for the whole mouth according to the needs of the patient. In our clinic, appropriate dental prosthesis treatment is applied by specialist and experienced physicians according to the patient’s mouth structure and expectations.

 What is a Prosthetic Tooth?

Dental prosthesis is an artificial tooth that replaces the lost teeth, can be used easily, is compatible with the natural bone color of the patient and looks aesthetic. The main purpose of the application of dental prostheses is to fulfill the chewing function that the patient has lost. However, the patient gets a better aesthetic appearance with prosthetic teeth. In our clinic, we use the latest technology methods that will minimize the application time by eliminating the fears and concerns of the patient with prosthetic dental treatment. You can visit our clinic for fast and reliable dental prosthesis solutions for your person.

What are the Advantages of Dental Prostheses?

Dental prostheses provide both the improvement of the patient’s speech and the improvement of the aesthetic appearance. This gives the patient self-confidence and increases the quality of life. Dental prostheses are designs that are produced specifically for the patient, can be inserted and removed at any time and adapt 100% to the patient’s mouth structure.

Prosthetic teeth are comfortable to use. It may take several months for the patient to get used to these artificial teeth. For a while, dental prostheses may make the patient feel strange, but over time, the patient’s tongue and cheek muscles get used to the prosthesis. In our clinic, dental prostheses that are compatible with the patient’s mouth structure are treated by our specialist physician. Advantages of prosthetic teeth:

  • Prosthetic teeth can be used instead of natural teeth because they have a very robust structure.
  • Dental prostheses can be used for many years if they are cleaned and maintained correctly.
  • Although dental prostheses are difficult to get used to in the first place after they are attached, they offer a comfortable and comfortable use after getting used to them.
  • There are various problems in the loss of both front and back teeth, aesthetic appearance and speech. With the application of dental prostheses, all these problems are eliminated.
  • Patients complain of not being able to fully perform the functions of speaking, eating and chewing due to tooth loss or obsolescence. With the application of dental prosthesis, the patient performs speech and chewing actions comfortably.

In short, thanks to this procedure, the patient can have both a functional and aesthetic smile. Of course, in this process, doctor controls and attention to oral care are very important.

What are the Types of Prosthetic Teeth?

Dental prostheses are the last preferred method of dental treatment. In broken teeth, dental prosthesis is used in cases such as insufficient filling. In other words, if the discomfort in the tooth cannot be corrected with other treatments, dental prostheses are used. The important point in the application of dental prosthesis is the protection of the person’s healthy teeth. Dental prostheses are of two types as fixed and removable prosthesis.

What do we do in the application of fixed dental prostheses?

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It is a dental prosthesis that is adhered to the mouth with a special adhesive. This treatment is usually applied in single tooth loss. Fixed dental prosthesis is prepared using the person’s own tooth. The patient’s existing tooth is cut and shaped, the tooth is covered and a prosthesis is attached to it. After the existing tooth is cut and shaped, the sensitive size of the tooth is prepared. Then, the color of the prosthetic tooth is decided together with the patient. During the visits, the prepared tooth is rehearsed and its compatibility with other teeth and surrounding tissues is examined. If there is no discomfort, the prosthetic tooth is replaced using adhesive. Glue residues are removed. The patient is informed about the care of the tooth and the life of the prosthetic tooth.

The patient cannot insert and remove fixed dental prostheses at any time. Chewing functions are more comfortable in dental prostheses that are fixed in place. It contributes to both the speech and the aesthetic appearance of the person. With the advanced dental prosthesis technology, zirconium and laminated dental prostheses are preferred today.

Fixed dental prostheses are a treatment process that requires expertise. At this point, you can get a more aesthetic and at the same time functional tooth appearance by getting our expert physician support.

You can make an appointment with our clinic to get more information about fixed dental prostheses and start the treatment process with our specialist after a comprehensive examination.

What do we do in removable dental prosthesis applications?

We use removable dental prosthesis applications in patients where natural teeth are present but not sufficient. In practice, support is obtained from existing teeth and tissues. Removable dental prostheses are easy-to-use prostheses that can be inserted and removed by the patient himself. In our clinic, 4 different types of removable prostheses are made:

Total Prostheses: Total prostheses, which are generally produced in acrylic, are known as dentures or palate-teeth among the public. Total prosthesis is applied separately to the lower and upper jaw as there are no teeth in the patient’s mouth. When the total prosthesis is first inserted, excessive saliva secretion can be seen in the patient’s mouth with fullness and stimulation of the glands. The patient gets used to the total prosthesis in a few months. To get used to these teeth, we recommend that the patient read aloud and repeat words that are difficult to pronounce.

Emergency Prostheses: They are temporary prostheses. With the extraction of the patient’s tooth, swelling in the tissues and a cavity in the mouth are formed. Immediate prostheses are used until the permanent tooth is prepared. In this process, the tissues in the extracted tooth also heal and become incompatible with temporary prostheses. Then, the permanent prosthesis is applied to the patient.

Implant Removable Prostheses: The implant is a structure that acts as a tooth root and is the application of a screw-like structure produced from a titanium-like metal alloy to the patient’s jawbone in patients with tooth loss. It facilitates the attachment of the dental prosthesis on the implant and increases its strength. Thus, the dental prostheses of the person are applied by attaching them to the implants in the jawbone. In this way, it is ensured that the patient has more robust dental prostheses.

Partial Dentures: These prostheses, which are popularly called snap tooth prostheses (sensitive connected dentures), are applied when there is no part of the patient’s natural teeth. Partial prosthesis is installed to replace lost and missing teeth, improving both aesthetic appearance and functionality. Partial dental prostheses are usually made of acrylic material. It is attached to the existing teeth using crochet wires. In order to hide the appearance of the wire, aesthetic prosthesis application with sensitive connections is used. In our clinic, all removable dental prosthesis applications are performed by our expert and experienced physician.

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