Prosthodontics has different types and it’s the same artificial Dentures or tooth replacement.
Simple dental crowns that are used for teeth and prostheses that are fully used for teeth are all part of the prosthesis.
The prosthesis is performed in various parts, including the part of the tooth, the entire tooth or part of the jawbone.
Prosthesis prevents caries, fractures and erosion of other teeth that are healthy (healthy ones). Otherwise, it may be displace or tilted between the teeth.
If a part of the tooth is lost or broken, the dentist will mold the desired portion then place a metal or porcelain Template in place after the Bandage.
Types of denture prostheses
The prosthesis has a variety of types that can be fixed, movable and implanted. When the tooth is weak, it needs a coating that protects it. These covers are the same fixed tooth prosthesis, but sometimes they use a lining for the beauty of the tooth. Other constant prostheses can be named bridges that are common among people and these bridges are used when the patient has lost a number of teeth.
When tooth is lost and no prosthetic denture can be used, a prosthetic stimulus is used.
There is a type of prosthesis that is placed quickly after it has been removed, and no one notices the prosthesis in the mouth, which they call an instant prosthesis.
What are the Advantages of using dental prostheses?
If you lost your teeth and it created an inappropriate appearance on your face and having difficulty in biting and speaking, you can use a prosthesis that is made due to the form and condition of your mouth.
Disadvantages of Prosthodontics
Difficulty in chewing some foods: After a prosthesis, you can easily eat your favorite food, but you should be very careful around chopping or sticky foods for a while.
Dental comfort: At first, when the prosthesis is placed in the mouth, patient may feel uncomfortable, but after a while, the discomfort disappears.
Care: After taking the prosthesis, you should do the necessary cares . and After removing the prosthesis, keep it wet or in the water. You must clean it at least twice a day.
Talking: At first, talking with the prosthesis in your mouth may be difficult , but over time, this problem will resolve.
Prostheses can never take the place of the natural teeth and it takes time to get used to them. After performing the prosthesis, you should consult with your dentist about how to care and other things