If you have more than one or completely missing teeth, the dentures can restore the appearance and function of your natural teeth.
There are many denture prosthesis options available and when you come to our clinic, our dentists will help you to choose the right type of prosthesis for you. If you are looking for a plug-in solution, the dentures can be ideal for you.
It is really important to complete a missing tooth, even if it is one tooth. If it is left untreated, your chewing and speech will be affected, and the extra load will fall on the teeth on the sides of the non-tooth. The missing teeth can also cause the loss of adjacent teeth over time, sagging your face and make you look older.
How Denture Prostheses Are Applied?

Total Prosthesis

It is a type of prosthesis that can be used for all tooth losses in the mouth. The teeth made of a resin material on an acrylic base which is produced in harmony with your gums are placed in your mouth at the level of your gums.
In the first place, a detailed measurement of your mouth is taken and our laboratory technician will prepare your custom prosthesis according to these measurements. Your dentist at Dentostim clinic will give you detailed information about the care of these prostheses.

Partial Prosthesis

The partial prosthesis, commonly known as hook prosthesis, can be used in case of one or more teeth deficiency and when you have teeth in your mouth.
The teeth produced are made specifically for the tooth cavities in your mouth and are intended to stand in harmony with your natural teeth. These produced teeth are fixed to your natural teeth with metal parts that increase retention.
Sensitive Connected Prostheses (Snap-On Prosthesis – Anchored Prosthesis)
If the patient does not prefer partial prosthesis for tooth losses, the snap-on prosthesis, which is known among the public as snap-on, concealed-hooked, and Anchor are applied. Recently, movable partial prostheses have become one of the most preferred methods by patients due to their advantages.
The sensitive connected prostheses are taken their support from the concealed retainers prepared for the teeth as opposed to partial (hooked) prostheses and are therefore popularly known as “snap-on prostheses” among the public. There are sensitive parts that fit into the retainers prepared for the teeth in the snap-on prostheses. They do not move in any way when eating in function compared to the partial (hooked) prostheses and provide a more aesthetic appearance since there are no hooks.

Implant-Supported Prostheses

The implant-supported prostheses are a more accurate solution in patients with complete or partial tooth loss compared to other types of prostheses. It uses the implants as support to increase prosthesis retention.
The implant provides you to use your dentures safely by acting as a fixed and permanent anchor. The implant-supported prostheses have many advantages rather than the removable prostheses;
It perfectly fits into your gums
It provides more comfortable use
Feeling and appearance are closer to the natural teeth
Biting and chewing functions are much easier
The implants support the bone formation
It may take some time to get used to your prostheses, but the prostheses produced today are much more comfortable and close to reality than previously known prostheses.