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Dental Prosthesis

Prosthodontic Treatment

In the case of breaking or losing a tooth due to cavity, gum disease, or an accident, it will be artificially restored to enable chewing and pronouncing functions. If you leave the space due to the loss of a tooth, the teeth on both sides of the space will be driven into the space or an occluded tooth will form. It will make another space allowing food and tartar to easily get stuck there, which can cause cavities and gum disease.

Eventually, you will need to pull out the tooth next to the lost one. Also, it's harder to chew, so the digestive function could be weaker and can lead to other diseases.

The muscle around your mouth can shrink or deform and this makes your face change.

Especially as is the case with losing the front teeth, pronunciation is affected and it doesn't look good. This might threaten your social life.

To restore a lost tooth, fixed prosthesis, false teeth and implants will be used.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth dictate one's appearance. Cosmetic Dentistry makes teeth healthier, straighter, whiter, and more beautifully balanced, as well as more functional. Usually, for the front teeth, aesthetic improvement is needed. So it' s helpful for discolored, broken, or open teeth and too artificial-looking prosthetics.


Types of Dental Prosthesis