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A fully prosthetic or denture replaces the natural teeth and molars when these are lost.

A denture is basically floating loosely on the mouth tissue. Because of the saliva the plastic sticks to the tissues. The muscles in your mouth can be of assistance with the retention or grip.

Due to the upswing of implantology is has become easier to create retention, because in this case the denture can be clicked tightly into the jaw using the aid of screws.

At the creating of the denture ready-made teeth and molars are used. However, there are several steps needed into creating each and every denture. Every lower and upper jaw of every single individual is unique in its shape and form and therefore every denture must be custom made.

Full Prosthetics

A full prosthetic is used when a patient is edentulous (toothless).

Your advantages:

  • Being able to chew properly again
  • Natural esthetics
  • Support of the lips and cheeks

Immediate Prosthetics

A immediate prosthetic is measured when (almost) every teeth and molar is pulled. Your jaw and gums will first have to heal en by means of an immediate prosthetic you will not have to leave the operating room without denture. It is a temporary service.

The indications of the gestation differ, but generally it is 6 months to a year.

Your advantages:

  • Your jaw and gums are able to heal
  • You are not toothless
  • Easy to make fit

Frame Prosthetics

A frame prosthetic is used if there are any teeth or molars left where the prosthetics can get a grip on. Usually a frame prosthetic has metal clamps that fit around an existing tooth.

Your advantages:

  • Easily demountable and cleanable
  • You are able to keep your natural teeth and molars
  • Strong
  • Relatively a small service

Flexible Prosthetics

A flexible prosthetic is usually measured to fit, if only some parts of the teeth are missing. The advantage of this can be the comfort is much higher appreciated.

Your advantages:

  • Unbreakable
  • Easily demountable and cleanable
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Relatively a small service

Implant Prosthetics

A implant prosthetic is supported and gets grip by previously placed implants. Grip can be realised by working with locaters or by means of a Titanium grinded hedge. Implants are a great solution if your jaw does not give enough grip to your normal prosthetic.

Your advantages:

  • You will feel confident again
  • Your prosthetic will not be loose in your mouth
  • Recovery of the chewing ability