Fixed prosthetic is the field of restorative dentistry where restorations are cemented into place (not readily removable). These can include a single tooth or an entire arch. Modern dentistry uses for fixed prosthetics 3 different tips of material: metal-cheramic, zirconia ceramic and press ceramic.
The process of diagnosis and treatment planning helps us attain a comprehensive and complete guide to care for any given patient and their particular situation.
Removable prosthodontics is the specialty of dentistry that replaces missing teeth with a removable prosthesis. We practice it when is impossible to do fixed work. Removable partial denture, also referred to as a partial, replaces one or more teeth in the same arch.
Removable full denture, also referred to as a denture, replaces all of the teeth in one arch. A metal-based denture is one in which a portion of the denture body is made of a substantial metal . This procedure is usually done on the lower denture.
Combined works are dentures with fixed and removable part. Mobile part is attached with special locks for fixed part of denture and must be taken out of mouth for hygiene.
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