Permanent Dental Prostheses

4 Advantages You Should Know

Dental prostheses are made to look as similar as possible to the original teeth in order to restore function, aesthetics, and stability.

There are traditional dentures, called removable dentures, which are generally removed for cleaning and sleeping, then put in again during the day.

What are the types of permanent dental prostheses?

Also known as fixed prostheses, they are used permanently to replace missing teeth.

Metal-porcelain  are resistant, but not particularly aesthetic, which is why they are indicated mainly for the posterior teeth.

What are the Advantages of having Permanent Dental Prostheses?

Known as dental bridges, they replace one or more adjacent teeth.

Jaw stimulation: Unlike traditional dentures, fixed prostheses offer protection against bone loss and prevent damage to the jaw bone

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