Fixed Prosthesis Applications: It is the process of completing the teeth with excessive material loss or loss by using materials that are compatible with their texture and color. While applying fixed prostheses, first anesthesia is given and the tooth is reduced. Then, bridge or crown applications are performed. Fixed prostheses cannot be removed and fitted by the patient.
Removable Prosthesis Applications: Appliances that can be attached and removed by the patient and replace missing teeth are called removable prostheses. There are different types of removable dentures as total dentures, overdentures and partial dentures. Which of the removable prosthesis applications will be performed is determined in line with the needs and expectations of the patient.
Total Prosthesis Applications: Prosthesis applications, known as "dentures" among the people, are total prosthesis applications. If there are no natural teeth left in the patient's mouth and the patient's jawbones are not suitable for implant surgery, total prosthesis applications come to the fore.
Partial Dentures: If the patient's natural teeth are still, partial dentures are applied if the missing teeth in the mouth are partial. Partial dentures made of one-piece casting or acrylic are attached to the jawbone with apparatus such as nails or hooks.
Implant Prostheses: Implant prostheses that can be placed either as removable or fixed meet the stability needs of patients. Implant-supported prostheses, which have a visually complementary effect, are designed considering the smile aesthetics of the person.
Precision Retainer Dentures: Precision retainer prostheses, in which the prostheses are not attached to the jawbone with retainers, thus do not harm the aesthetic appearance of the patients, are preferred for patients who have a certain degree of tooth loss.