Dentures. About Full and Partial Dentures, Snap in Dentures, Implant prosthesis and Prosthetic dentistry.

Dentures are replacements for missing teeth that can be taken out and put back in his mouth again. Dentures will never feel like own teeth and will in all cases should be getting used to. Even though dentures nowadays made so they look natural, and is also more comfortable than before. There are several types of prostheses such as full dentures, partial dentures, implant prostheses and snap prostheses.

Dentures or Snap in dentures?

A removable dental prosthesis manufactured to exact imprint of gum. The prosthesis surrounding gum and sticking to the mucosa. Is gum very flat, which frequently occurs especially in the mouth, the prosthesis can not get stuck, leading to difficulty in controlling it during mastication and speech. People who have had implants some years, often find that your gums shrink, so dentures are less well established. Snap in dentures: Even though you have lost any teeth, it is possible to get a snap in prosthesis. It requires only that you have made implants the prosthesis can be clicked on to. In the mouth, it is often sufficient with the two pressure locks. In the mouth, where some may be bothered by the palate of their prosthesis can sometimes overcome this inconvenience by inserting six snaps in a ganefri prosthesis. Snap in dentures saver for many of the genes that may follow the use of a Full denture and experienced as natural teeth.

Keeping each natural tooth as long as possible

Although a few natural teeth can make life more comfortable for prosthesis users. They can be used in support of a so-called Unitor prosthesis, which will use a cast frame (precious metals), which is attached to the natural remaining teeth, part of the pressure by chewing them and keep the prosthesis in place - even if the gum has shrunk lots.

Reflections by remaining teeth pulled out

Before you get dragged eg natural teeth should have taken an impression of the natural teeth. Using this, the new dentures made, so the natural tooth position can be reproduced exactly, and so one's appearance does not change when you get your new teeth. Therefore, the dentist will discuss whether any of the tooth roots may be preserved. They can be a valuable opportunity to get dentures, avoiding problems with loose dentures. Many believe that if they only have a few teeth left, they may as well get them all pulled out. It is completely wrong.

Prostheses and modern dentistry

Gum and mouth conditions can make it impossible for some people to control a removable denture. Still others simply can not get used to the idea that "the teeth" are not sitting stuck. Modern dental technology, computer technology, full jaw X-ray and new operation methods make that today there actually are several new and proven solutions such as Implant prosthesis that is held with screws or snaps.

Implant prosthesis - Snap in dentures

Patients are not kept fit, healthy tooth roots, can in most cases have inserted implants (artificial tooth roots). After the bone has grown around the implant is fixed, this can be used for attachment of a whole-both the partial denture, the implant prosthesis in which a "click" on the implant implanted in the jawbone. In this way secured the prosthesis so that it feels like natural teeth. The prosthesis is removed if it is to be cleaned. Implant prosthesis is recommended for people who have difficulty maintaining a removable denture or who can not get used to the idea that teeth are not sitting stuck. The method can also be used for the replacement of individual teeth. Read about the possibility of new fixed Teeth-in-an-Hour by clicking here: Dental Implants >>

Denture on a day

After 'Braanemark Novum' method involves placing a small bar on the gum. Barren restrained by several implants which are inserted into the jaw bone. The prosthesis is then screwed onto the bar and sits so stubbornly. The treatment may be carried out on only one day. The implants are inserted under local anesthesia in the morning, and while the patient relaxes or goes for a walk, manufacturer's prosthesis. The teeth can be loaded, and to eat a few hours after the prosthesis is secured in the mouth.

Hybrid Prosthesis

By means of the noble metal press-studs secured to the prosthesis a hybrid existing healthy tooth root or tooth crowns. The system can be used for both partial dentures to replace a few lost teeth for complete dentures, replacing the entire upper or lower jaw dentition.

Full dentures

Full dentures replace all teeth in the jaw. This type of prosthesis used if all natural teeth missing. The prosthesis is stuck using the natural vacuum that arise between the prosthesis and the palate. - Click costs for dentures >>

Removable Partial Dentures

Partial shaper replace single or multiple teeth. Partial shaper observed, as well as full dentures, fixed in a natural vacuum, but is also supported by metal brackets which are adapted to the remaining natural teeth. A second type of partial denture, wherein the load-bearing part of the prosthesis are made of steel (Removable Partial Dentures), also called a Unitor. This makes the prosthesis Unitor significantly more stable, partly because the hoops are molded according to the natural teeth. This type of prosthesis used where single or multiple teeth seeks compensation.

Immediat prosthesis

Immediat prosthesis (tooth extraction prosthesis) is inserted immediately after tooth extraction, while the mouth is local anesthesia and no need to go toothless for a period. After about 3 months the jawbone and the gum healed. The prosthesis must then be re based - that is filled with a new precipitate. Immediat prosthesis can be both a Full denture and partial denture.

General information about dentures

Dentures require getting used to. Gum, which the prosthesis sits on fades with age. The shrinkage will have the prosthesis to the side insecurely. Shrinkage often results that you get a tight-lipped look, or that the mouth seems haggard. Once the gums have shrunk, the prosthesis 'diverted'. Dentists call this treatment, which is filled into the prosthesis for a 're-basing' or 'under the lining. " Some people need an 'under lining' at frequent intervals, others might do one every five years. Even if you have false teeth, you should visit the dentist at least once a year. Talk to your dentist. - Click more about dentures FAQs >>

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