Dental prosthetics

DENTAL PROSTHETICS– restoration of function and aesthetics of the dentition.

It is very important to understand which doctor deals with prosthetics and restoration of masticatory efficiency of the dentition! An orthopedic dentist is exactly the person who can help you solve problems related to tooth loss, the aesthetics of your dentition, will be able to determine the indications for a particular type of prosthesis and the choice of orthopedic design. 

Why do you need dental prosthetics?

Dental prosthetics are indicated primarily for patients that:

In " Verbitsky Dentistry " we use removable and non-removable types of dental prosthetics for complete restoration of teeth. 

Types of dentures and their selection criteria

Removable dentures are orthopedic structures that the patient can use in case of partial or complete loss of teeth. They are made in the dental laboratory specifically for the patient, taking into account the characteristics of his oral cavity.


Advantages of removable dentures:

Dental prosthetics are indicated primarily for patients look for:

Removable dentures have a number of disadvantages - they require regular care, are difficult to fix on the lower jaw and when used for the first time have the ability to rub the gums a little. 

Types of removable dentures that we use in our dentistry

Types of dentures based on bracing:

Types of dentures based on materials:

When choosing a removable denture to restore dental function, you should consider all of the above options and weigh all the pros and cons. 

Basic caring rules for removable dentures:

Non-removable dentures - these include all types of structures that are fixed by a dentist.

Modern methods of fixed dentures, which we use in our dentistry, can practically solve almost any problem for the patient in the absence of teeth. Our specialists are regularly trained by leading world and European specialists and use this experience in the clinic. 

Types of fixed dentures:


How to choose the type of dentures?

It is very important to carefully examine the oral cavity, as well as with the help of computed tomography to choose the right treatment plan for you in terms of functional and aesthetic rehabilitation. In our "Verbitsky Dentistry" we offer several treatment plans, and the patient chooses the most optimal for him. 

Is there a need to remove a nerve during teeth prosthetic procedure?

The nerve of a healthy tooth does not always need to be removed if it is not required, for example, at small preparation of tissues of a tooth. In any case, we try to keep all healthy teeth during prosthetic operations. 

How often do you need to change dentures?

Removable dentures are recommended to be changed every 4 years, but non-removable ones depend on the type of prosthesis - they are mainly changed according to the standard, that is, every 10 years. However, with proper care and professional hygiene, the term of their use can last almost a lifetime. 

How long will it take to get used to dentures?

Patients get used to removable prostheses from 2 to 3 months, but to non-removable ones, almost in the first 7 to 14 days. 

And what happens if the lost teeth cannot be restored?

There are usually several risks here.

The first risk is an increase in the likelihood of gastrointestinal disease. Since food will get into the stomach poorly chewed, this will eventually lead to a disease.

The second risk is the loss of other teeth due to their displacement on the side of the lost tooth which eventually leads to their decomposition.

The third risk is inflammation of the maxillofacial joint with impaired occlusion and speech.

The fourth risk is premature aging of the face. 

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