Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic

Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic

Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic

Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic

Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic
Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic
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Dental Prostheses

Factors such as neglected oral care, long-term medication use, malnutrition, processes such as pregnancy that changes the absorption of vitamin, and genetics, may impair the natural tooth structure and cause loss of teeth. Dental prostheses are artificial tooth applications that are individually prepared by using artificial materials to protect tissue health, eliminate aesthetic concerns and increase the comfort of patients.

Dental prostheses can be applied by different methods considering the patient’s tooth structure. Removable denture, fixed denture, complete denture, implant-supported denture, precision attachment denture and partial denture are the prosthetic procedures.

We, as Dentasey, offer special dental prosthesis treatments to our patients who want to get rid of the problems caused by missing or impaired teeth. We maintain the chewing and speech functions of our patients and eliminate the concerns of facial aesthetics due to missing teeth.

Dental Prosthesis Procedure

Fixed Dentures: This is the process of completing teeth with excessive material loss or missing teeth through the use of materials that are compatible with their texture and color. When fixed dentures are applied, anesthesia is first administered and the tooth is minimized. Then, dental bridge or crown is performed. Fixed dentures cannot be attached and removed by the patient.

Removable Dentures: Retainers that can be attached and removed by the patient and replace missing teeth are called removable dentures. There are different types of removable dentures as complete denture, overdenture and partial denture. Removable dentures are determined according to the needs and expectations of the patient.

  • Complete Dentures: Prosthetic procedures that are colloquially known as “false teeth” are complete dentures. If there are no natural teeth left in the patient’s mouth and the jawbones of the patient are not suitable for dental implant surgery, complete dentures become prominent.
  • Partial Dentures: If the patient’s natural teeth remain, partial dentures are activated when the missing teeth in the mouth are partial. Partial dentures made of one-piece casting or acrylic are attached to the jawbone by means of rests or hooks.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures: Implant-supported dentures that can be placed as removable or fixed meet the stability needs of patients. Implant-supported dentures have a visually complementary effect and are designed considering the person’s smile aesthetics.
  • Precision Attachment Dentures: Precision attachment dentures are preferred for patients who have a certain amount of missing teeth, because the dentures are not attached to the jawbone by the holders and thus the aesthetic appearance of the patients is not damaged.

We, as Dentasey, aim to improve the chewing functions of our patients and maintain their aesthetic appearance with dental prosthesis procedures. In line with the expectations of our patients and their oral health, we determine the most appropriate prosthetic application method and make them meet with solutions that are compatible with their faces.

Dental Prostheses - Dentasey Oral and Dental Health Clinic
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