Dental prosthesis – a solution to restore missing teeth

There are two main types of dentures:

  1. Full dentures – are designed for patients who are missing all the teeth in the upper jaw, lower jaw or
    both. These prostheses provide a complete replacement for the teeth and allow patients to resume normal functions such as chewing and speaking.
    Full dentures are usually made of acrylic or a combination of acrylic and metal, and they are specially
    designed to fit comfortably and naturally in the patient’s mouth.
  2. Partial dentures are suitable for those who have lost some, but not all, teeth. These prostheses are
    attached to the remaining teeth using hooks or other attachment devices. Partial dentures are also made of materials such as acrylic and metal, and they provide a stable and functional replacement for missing teeth. One of the advantages of partial dentures is that they help prevent the remaining teeth from shifting, and they provide an aesthetic solution to restore smile.
    Dentures, whether they are full dentures or partial dentures, are a valuable solution for those who are missing teeth. Modern materials and fitting techniques give prosthetic patients the opportunity to restore their smile, resume normal function and improve their quality of life. By seeking professional dental treatment and following careful follow-up routines, those who use dentures can benefit from better oral health and a better quality of life.