Full Dentures for the toothless Patient
(Missing All Teeth in Either the higher or Lower Arch)
Traditional dentures square measure removable, and don’t use implants. ancient dentures embody AN acrylic base that’s custom-built within the dental laboratory to mimic the looks of natural gums, and this base sits over the gums, holding the dental appliance in situ. a whole (full) dental appliance is created on balance the teeth within the higher and/or jaw are removed and also the gum tissue has cured. dental appliance paste or adhesive is usually to wont to assist in holding the dental appliance in situ. Removable dentures will be removed and cleansed once not being worn.
Partial Dentures for the Patient Missing Multiple Teeth in One Arch
A traditional plate may be a removable answer for substitution several teeth in one arch once there square measure still some natural teeth gift. During this case, the acrylic base will contain some metal attachments that wrap round the existing teeth for accessorial support. Partial dental appliances may also be hooked up to crowns on either aspect of the denture. Removable partial dentures will be removed and cleansed once not being worn.
Implant Supported Dentures
Implants will be wont to anchor dentures in situ, permitting a smaller base and fewer shifting of the prosthetic device throughout use. Implants will support each full and partial dentures also as each mounted and removable dentures.
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