Insertable teeth: peculiarities of dental prosthetics
Removable dental prosthetics is aa certain milestone in the life of each person. This is the time when all kinds of dental props (crowns, seals) are completely replaced with false teeth. Do not make surprised eyes if the dentist recommends you a removable prosthesis in the event that the loss of teeth is not so great. For example, when parodontitis is started, the teeth are mobile, which means they are completely unsuitable for non-removable prostheses that need to be attached to them. If there was a need to replenish the latter in a row of teeth, then the inserted teeth can perform this task. To correct a large defect (from 3 teeth or more) in other ways is almost impossible.
Many people mistakenly believe that teeth are insertablewill make them less attractive. But do not judge the removable dentures that were worn by our grandfathers and grandmothers. Modern dentistry offers beautiful, light and very comfortable to use artificial teeth. In most cases, they can not be distinguished from the real ones.
So, you decided on false teeth. Their cost depends on several factors: complexity and duration of work, as well as on the materials and preparations used. In any case, this service has a moderate cost with its high-quality implementation.
The manufacture of a removable prosthesis is made withtaking into account all the features of the patient. This makes its further wearing comfortable and safe. I must say that in recent years, removable prosthetics has significantly advanced in aesthetic terms. Now those who have false teeth, do not need to be afraid of unpleasant situations with laughter and festive feast.
Prosthetics offer us different types of removableprosthesis. The most popular and known option is the plate prosthesis. It ensures the replacement of complete tooth loss. To produce such prostheses, special dental plastics are used, characterized by great strength, reliability and durability. Insertable teeth are selected from the finished set. The shape, size and shades of the teeth can be varied.
If most of the teeth are preserved, then mosta suitable option will be partial prostheses, which are easily removed. They too are lamellar. Prostheses of this kind are used to restore several missing teeth located next to each other. The advantages of partial removable prostheses include their affordable cost, speed of production, simplicity and ease of use. Longevity of lamellar prostheses depends on how well they were fitted to the gums.
With a large loss of teeth used socalled clasp prosthetics. Unlike previous versions, such prostheses allow the distribution of the gum load between the gums and teeth that are preserved in the patient. Clasp prostheses enjoy incredible popularity in patients and dentists themselves. They are made quite quickly, and the places of their connection are completely invisible to the eyes.