Dental prostheses can replace missing teeth. They can be mobile and therefore removed or used by the patient according to his need for mobility, or fixed on the teeth or on artificial roots (implants).
Mobile prostheses are recommended for people who do not wish to undergo dental surgery, including people who have suffered partial or total loss of teeth due to trauma, an accident, old age or other, people with a health problem contraindicated to surgery or people with inadequate bone density.
It is a very economical and popular solution. However, it is less comfortable and less convenient (feeling of a foreign body, chewing inefficient, the behavior in the mouth is not always obvious ...) that fixed prostheses.
Indeed, fixed prostheses are the most recommended solution in terms of stability over time, comfort, aesthetic result and chewing efficiency.
There are several models of fixed prostheses indicated according to each case: ceramic
crowns, dental implants, dental facets ...
There are 2 types of prostheses; complete and partial dentures. They are both made in a
laboratory, from tooth impressions.
Full dentures are used when all teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when natural teeth are still present in the mouth.
The result of dental prostheses is visible immediately. Your dentist will consider the shape and color to make a denture suitable for your mouth. Once you are used to the device, you will not experience excessive salivation or difficulty eating or speaking: complications
that may occur after the application.