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Removable prostheses

Removable prostheses

The goal of the prostheses is to restore the harmony of the face and the chewing ability decreased due to the absence of a tooth. The wrinkles appeared due to the lack of the tooth will vanish, the face will be relaxed, and it will regain its original shape.

Prosthesis has an important role in phonation too, so it will terminate the speech disorder. We can classify the types of prostheses, the crowns and the bridges according to their materials, while we can split the removable prostheses according to the rate of the missing teeth. The combined prostheses mean the combination of the fixed and the removable prostheses.


After losing all the teeth, denture will appear, due to which not only the teeth, but the supporting tissues, the gum and the bone will atrophy. The lips will sink, the structure of the face will change, this way the aesthetic appearance will be spoiled.


In case of a denture we prepare a removable prosthesis, which will replace the teeth and the gum as well. The prosthesis leans on the mucous bone. The material of the entire prosthesis is a special acrylic, which we often make firm with a gold-mesh. We can prepare these teeth from acrylic material or porcelain (from teeth of state of the art). To make it we need imprinting and dental probe more than once. We can increase its stability with implantations.


Partial denture


Absence of teeth can be replaced with removable prosthesis at any time. If we cannot make a fix bridge, because of the low number of the existing teeth, we have to make a partial denture.


This is a denture leaning on teeth with a clasp, fixed on the mucous bone, having a metal base-plate replacing both gum and teeth.

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