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Prosthetic dentistry procedures are required when due to damage caused by dental carries, large hermetic seals or tooth wear causes the loss of hard tooth tissues. Prosthetic dentistry is also recommended after endodontic dental treatment – the loss of tooth vitality increases the chance of tooth fractures. In a case of a tooth loss, a complete tooth crown can be restored by attaching the prosthesis to a dental implant.
Types Of Dental Prostheses
Prostheses are divided into removable and fixed dental prosthetic appliances. The latter prostheses are far more superior. Unlike removable prostheses, also known as dentures, fixed prosthetic appliances are often indistinguishable from the natural teeth. The perfect aesthetic look and comfort is something that dentures cannot provide. If possible, we always recommend using fixed prostheses.
Removable prostheses (dentures):
• Complete dentures
• Partial dentures
Fixed dental prostheses:
• Zirconium oxide ceramic crowns
• Metal ceramic crowns
• Dental bridges fixed on adjacent teeth
Fixed implant prostheses:
• Single crowns
• Full jaw restoration with fixed prostheses