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Prosthetic Dentistry is a dentistry treatment method that is applied to compensate for the tooth or teeth that people lost due to different reasons, by determining and applying the most suitable type of prosthesis, and to eliminate aesthetic and functional problems.

There are many alternative techniques that can be used depending on the area of the missing tooth in the mouth and the general condition of the patient in these applications, which are also referred to as Dental Prosthesis or Prosthetic Dental treatment.

Prosthetic Dental Treatment methods are the most frequently applied application in patients who neglected and postponed treatment after tooth loss. Within the scope of the treatment, dental prostheses are placed in place of the teeth that the patient lost, while providing an aesthetic and natural appearance, while not disrupting the integrity of the person's mouth.

Thanks to this application, also known as Prosthetic Dental Treatment, the functional deficiencies (such as chewing, speaking) experienced by the patient due to tooth loss are eliminated, while at the same time the aesthetic concerns of the person are eliminated. With a safe, comfortable and successful treatment process, the patient's dream mouth and tooth structure is achieved, and the lost self-confidence and smile are regained.

As a result of the Prosthetic Dentistry Treatment successfully performed by the Prosthodontists in the dental clinics serving in many different locations in Turkey and abroad within the body of EST Point, the patient's tooth loss is eliminated in the most appropriate way for the mouth and teeth structure.

In order to eliminate the aesthetic and functional problems that you are exposed to as a result of tooth loss due to different reasons, with a safe, comfortable and effective treatment process, you can contact us immediately and make an appointment, and you can create the most suitable treatment plan as a result of the examination to be made by our Prosthodontists.

What is Prosthetic Dentistry

Prosthetic Dentistry, also known as Prosthetic Dentistry, is an oral-dental treatment application. In this treatment application, it is a treatment process that is applied to eliminate tooth deficiencies caused by tooth loss due to various reasons, or delayed dental treatment due to various reasons.

Prosthetic Dentistry is applied in line with the procedure of placing prostheses suitable for natural and aesthetic appearance in place of missing teeth in a way that does not disrupt oral integrity in terms of aesthetics and / or does not disrupt oral integrity in terms of aesthetics.

With Prosthetic Dentistry applications, it aims to make patients who have missing teeth due to various reasons and who are late for treatment feel better aesthetically. In addition to eliminating aesthetic anxiety, the gap created by missing teeth in the mouth area as a result of delayed treatments also negatively affects the patient's oral comfort and the general function of the teeth.

With this Prosthetic Dental Treatment method applied to the patient, the patient feels good in terms of aesthetics, while at the same time, the oral comfort of the person is restored thanks to the Prosthetic Teeth placed in the tooth cavity. For this reason, Prosthetic Dental Treatment methods also make a positive contribution to oral health by restoring chewing and speaking functions to the patient.

What is Dental Prosthesis

Dental Prosthesis is the treatment applied to the mouth area of the patient in case of damage or loss of teeth, gums and surrounding tissues due to various reasons. It is a very important treatment both in terms of aesthetics and in terms of better and more efficient oral functions by filling the missing teeth of the person with dental prostheses specially prepared for the person.

Dental Prosthesis also eliminates the situation where the person cannot fully perform functions such as chewing and speaking due to missing teeth. In addition, it helps to increase the self-confidence of the individual by making the person feel better in terms of aesthetics.

Prosthesis is produced in line with the personal needs of the patient, fully adapting to the mouth, the teeth look natural and have the feature of easy use, and patient comfort is taken into consideration.

Dental Prosthesis can be used as an alternative to one or more teeth for various reasons or due to delayed treatment, or it can be used instead of all teeth.

During the dental prosthesis applications, firstly, the protection of the existing teeth in the patient's mouth is at the forefront, and the prepared Dental Prosthesis is produced in the most suitable tones for the bone color of the person in order to present a natural appearance. Thus, it is tried to ensure that the patient has an aesthetic and natural appearance by having a natural appearance in the color of the Prosthetic Tooth.

What Prosthetic Dentistry Looks Like

Prosthetic Dental Treatment applications are a treatment method that is generally applied as a result of patients losing their teeth in case of delay in treatment due to various reasons. Thanks to this method, various prostheses are put in place of the teeth lost by the patient, in a way that does not disturb the integrity of the mouth, with Prosthetic Teeth and Prosthetic Dentistry applications, which are individually and specially prepared.

Dental Prosthesis Treatment is a procedure applied by prosthodontists, who can be defined as Prosthodontists, who receive extra specialty training apart from the training of dentists. Prosthodontists, also called Prosthodontists, are trained in the Prosthodontics department in addition to dentistry.

In Dental Prosthesis Treatment methods dealing with replacing the damaged or lost tooth with prosthesis applications, one of the most important factors is to determine the prosthesis according to the needs of the patient and the prosthesis to be the same size and color as the natural teeth.

During the application, the natural teeth are not damaged in any way and they are protected. Prosthetic Dentistry is generally known as Aesthetic Dentistry, due to the use of Prosthetic Teeth instead of existing tissue. Although the aesthetic appearance is very important, the main thing in Prosthetic Dental Treatment is to restore the chewing and speaking skills of the person.

How Prosthetic Dentistry Treatment Is Done

Prosthetic Dentistry is a dentistry practice that requires expertise by using personalized prostheses to regenerate the teeth and oral surrounding tissues that the patient has lost due to different reasons, and to regain the aesthetic, phonation and function that the person has lost.

As a result of Dental Prosthesis Treatment, these prosthesis additions made to the cavities in the patient's mouth for various reasons, provide tissue support between the gums, and patients with missing teeth can regain their teeth.

Even though Prosthetic Dentistry Treatment is generally preferred in terms of aesthetics, its primary purpose is to restore the necessary functions such as chewing and speaking due to the teeth lost by the patients.

It is a treatment process applied in the form of replacing the natural tooth by specialist physicians by producing dental prosthesis in the number and size determined according to the dental prosthesis needs of the patient who is examined during the procedure.

Prosthetic Dentistry, which can be applied in a single missing tooth, can also be applied to the teeth in the entire mouth area depending on the patient's condition.

How Long Does Prosthetic Dentistry Take?

It usually takes 5 sessions to examine the patient, to examine the tests obtained as a result of the examination, and to take the dental measurements in the patient's mouth before the Prosthetic Dentistry Treatment is applied to the patient.

As a result of these 5 sessions, which take place in an average of 2 weeks, the patient's dental prostheses are made. If porcelain veneer is not required after Prosthesis Teeth, the application can take 5 to 6 sessions. However, when the dentist deems it necessary, he or she can increase the number of sessions.

There are various factors that affect the process of Dental Prosthesis Treatment. Among these factors;

  • The number of teeth to be prosthesised by the patient,
  • The person's mouth and teeth structure,
  • The patient's age and genetic characteristics,
  • Oral and dental problems in the person,

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All these issues can prolong this process by affecting the duration of the treatment, and on the contrary, they can ensure that the treatment ends in a shorter period of time. For this reason, it would not be correct to give a definite and clear time for the treatment process.

As a result of the examination performed by the Specialist Dentist, the duration of Prosthetic Dental Treatment can be determined clearly depending on the oral and dental health status of the patient.

Types of Dental Prosthesis

Prosthetic Teeth Types are increasing day by day thanks to the innovations brought by modern technology to the field of health and constantly developing conditions. During Prosthodontic Treatment, various factors such as the patient's mouth structure, expectations, and existing jaw structure are examined, and the most suitable type of dental prosthesis is determined and applied.

We can classify the types of dental prosthesis widely used today under 3 basic categories. These categories are;

  • Fixed Prostheses
  • Removable Prostheses
  • Implant Top Prostheses

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In the continuation of our article written by the Specialist Prosthodontist, you can read the summary information we provide about each of the types of Dental Prosthesis, you can reach our clinic by using our communication channels for more detailed information...

Fixed Prosthesis
Fixed Prosthesis It is a type of prosthesis used by fixing the tooth inside the mouth. It cannot be attached and removed. It can be used in case of a single missing tooth as well as in cases where there is more than one missing tooth.

Removable Prosthesis
Removable Denture Teeth are also called 'dentures' among the people. It does not stay stable in the mouth. It should be cleaned regularly after use. There are also different types of Removable Dentures.

Total Prostheses
Total Dentures is an application that is applied when there is no natural tooth left in the patient's mouth. These prostheses, which are supported by the bone tissue in the lower and upper jaws, are frequently used especially in advancing ages.

Partial Prostheses
Partial Denture Teeth are prostheses that can be inserted and removed, which are used to replace missing teeth if some of the person's natural teeth are present.

Immediate Prostheses
Immediate Denture Teeth are temporary prosthetic teeth that are preferred when all the main teeth need to be extracted and the patient does not want to be toothless. The patient uses these prostheses until the prostheses that the patient will use continuously are prepared.

Dental Prostheses
Overdentures can be preferred when there is a tooth or tooth root in the patient's mouth area. The prosthesis is processed by sitting on natural teeth or tooth roots.

Implant Top Prostheses
Implant Top Prostheses can be prepared as both fixed and removable Prosthetic Teeth. Removable Implant Prostheses are similar to total prostheses applied when there are no teeth in the mouth. Fixed ones are applied to one or more teeth.

How Tooth Prosthesis Is Made
Dental Prosthesis is the applications that need to be done by Prosthodontists and require competence in clinics with sufficient facilities for this process.

Fixed Dentures are mostly produced using one's own teeth. With the reduction of the existing tooth by cutting, the tooth is covered and then a prosthesis is mounted on it and a dental prosthesis is applied.

What is the right to dental prosthesis

As a result of the premiums paid to the Social Security Institution (SGK) or different institutions, people who have health insurance are given the opportunity to have a certain number of Dental Prosthesis every year. This situation is referred to as the Right to Denture.

Insured persons have the right to have a dental prosthesis. As the prices change every year, a dental prosthesis can be made in return for a certain percentage contribution. You can learn detailed information about this subject by contacting our clinic and forwarding the requested information.

How to Clean a Denture

During the Dental Prosthesis Care - Cleaning process, the dentures should be kept until the morning, accompanied by anti-bacterial care tablets specially produced for Dental Prostheses. In this way, your prosthesis will be cleaned.

If you clean your prosthesis with some chemical products that are circulating among the public, the life of your prosthesis is shortened. You can apply the most accurate care to your dental prosthesis by exhibiting the behaviors indicated by the Specialist Dentist who performs the treatment.

After Prosthetic Dentistry

Prosthetic Dentistry is a treatment method with a high success rate and desired results if performed by Specialist Dentists in clinical conditions with the right treatment plan. However, some conditions to be considered after treatment directly affect the success of the application and the life of the treatment.

Conditions to be considered after dental prosthesis application include;

Nothing should be eaten for 1 to 2 hours after the denture is fitted.
The adhesive placed under the prosthesis may melt over time. The melted adhesive must be re-adhered without delay.
In order to prolong the life of the dental prosthesis and to experience a quality use process, care and cleaning of the prostheses should be paid attention to.
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Prosthetic Dentistry Prices
People who have lost their teeth and teeth for different reasons can reach our clinics and get information about which treatment methods can be applied to solve the problems experienced. In this process, one of the most frequently asked questions to us is how much Prosthetic Dental Treatment Prices will be in 2023.

We invite the person to our clinic by saying that it would not be right to specify a price without examining the person in applications in the field of health. As a result of the examination to be carried out by the Prosthodontist, the treatment process and cost can be clearly stated to the patient.

Dental Prosthesis Prices There are many different situations that cause differences in 2023. Among these situations;

  • The person's mouth and teeth structure,
  • The number of tooth loss experienced by the patient and their position in the mouth,
  • The person's genetic makeup and age,
  • Dental Prosthesis Treatment method to be applied to the patient,
  • Type of Prosthetic Teeth to be used during the application,
  • Experience of the clinic and dentist who will perform the treatment,

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The dentistry treatment method applied to compensate for the teeth or teeth that people lose for different reasons by determining and applying the most suitable prosthesis type for the person is called Prosthetic Dental Treatment.

Prosthodontics is a treatment method applied to eliminate the aesthetic and functional problems caused by the gaps in the oral structures as a result of tooth loss experienced by patients for various reasons.

Prosthodontist Physicians, who receive extra specialty training outside of standard Dentistry education and can be defined as Prosthesis Specialist, are referred to as Prosthodontics Specialist and have the competence to perform this application.

In addition to dentistry, Prosthodontists, who are called Prosthodontists, are also trained within the main branch of Prosthodontics.

People who are insured by the state have the opportunity to have and renew dental prosthesis every 4 years. The financial costs of problems experienced outside this process are covered by the person.

Dental prosthesis treatment, a certain amount of which is covered by the SSI, is performed in state hospitals and SSI-contracted clinics. Please call us immediately to get detailed information on this subject and to get Dental Prosthesis Price information...

The fracture location and size of the broken dental prosthesis will cause a change in whether it can be glued or not. If you experience such a problem, it would be the best behavior to reach the clinic where you were treated and request support without wasting time.

For dental prosthesis treatment, an appointment should be made from the Prosthodontics sub-section of the Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Department. Prosthodontists who are competent in this field are also referred to as Prosthodontists and can successfully perform all the procedures that the person needs.