A denture is a removable prosthesis that replaces some or all of the teeth of a jaw. If a denture substitutes all teeth in the arch, it is called a full removable denture or a complete denture. If some of the natural teeth are still present, than the prosthesis replacing the missing teeth is called a removable partial denture.
TYPES OF DENTURES
IMPLANT RETAINED DENTURES ABROAD
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Loose dentures can now be remedied with the addition of implant anchors placed by our dental surgeon. Fitting dentures over implants will provide stability, increased chewing force, reduced tissue irritations, and decreased bone loss.
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Partial Dentures are recommended when a few or more of your teeth remain in your jaws. A partial denture, sometimes known as a bridge, has the replacement teeth attached to a gum colored base and is connected to a metal framework that has the role of holding the denture in the mouth. You will be able to take the Partial Denture out of your mouth while brushing your teeth or flossing. Advancements in technology have made it possible to get partial dentures without the metal clasp, but using instead precision attachements, wich are invisible.