Removable dentures

Removable dental prostheses represent an important part of modern dentistry, offering efficient and aesthetically acceptable solutions for patients who have lost one or more teeth. These replacements, also known as dental prostheses, can be complete, covering the entire jaw in case of the loss of all teeth, or partial, serving to replace one or several teeth. They are often used as a temporary solution during the healing period of implants.

Complete removable prostheses rely on the mucosa of the entire oral palate or lower jaw and are designed to mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth. Partial prostheses are anchored on the remaining teeth using metal or plastic clasps, ensuring their stable fixation and natural appearance.

The advantage of removable replacements is their flexibility and ease of maintenance. They allow for easy cleaning and possible repairs or adjustments, contributing to long-term comfort and patient satisfaction. Moreover, they are usually less expensive than fixed replacements, such as bridges or implants, and can therefore be more accessible to a wider range of patients.

With the continuous development of materials and technologies, removable replacements are becoming increasingly comfortable and natural-looking, ensuring that patients can lead an active and satisfied life even after the loss of teeth.