Prosthetic dentistry; It is a science of treatment which is effective in diagnosing the shape of the teeth, form disorders and external deficiencies, planning the treatment, rehabilitation, completing the oral functions and managing the occlusion, ie improving the appearance and the aesthetic of the patient.
The prosthetic approach consists of four main topics:
Complete Prostheses: These are removable removable prostheses that are made as a result of the loss of all the teeth in the mouth. It is prepared by using acrylic or porcelain dies on a structure made of special acrylic. It can also be called full palate prosthesis.
Movable Partial Prostheses: These are prostheses that provide dise attachment with a piece of metal called hooks (crochet) which are prepared by using special acrylic and / or metals which are lost in a partial lack of the teeth and a part of the body is lost.
Implant: It is artificial dental roots prepared from titanium in the form of tooth rostrum and placed in the jawbone with a small operation, in the absence of the teeth or teeth. It is held cell-by-bone where it is placed in a special bag with the bone. When this attachment is complete (2-6 months), we go to the upper body structure preparation process. Today, natural diseases are the best alternatives to implants without debate.
Fixed Prostheses (Kuron-Köprü): Supports on both sides of the toothless body are made of porcelain and / or metal restorations which are prepared by reducing the teeth at a certain ratio and sticking them on these teeth