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Dental Prosthesis

What is Dental Prosthesis Treatment ?

Dental Prostheses are divided into two types as complete (full) and partial prostheses. A complete prosthetic tooth is used when all the teeth are missing, and a partial prosthetic tooth is used in cases where it provides the stability that adheres to the teeth remaining in the mouth with a prothesis. Teeth are one of our organs that help smile and directly affect human physiology. In this context, a prosthetic tooth is used instead of missing teeth or missing teeth to remove the negative effects mentioned above. Reasons for use; if you have lost all of your natural teeth, if you have experienced gum disease, tooth decay or dental injury, a prosthetic tooth should be used as the fastest and most appropriate solution. When prosthetic teeth are used, the facial muscles regain their former appearance, noticeable changes in speech and smile.

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When the Decayed teeth are removed and it may take several months for the tissues to heal, after the tissues heal, the procedure begins by taking a mouth measurement. After taking the measurements, your dentist will start making your jaw model. Prosthetic teeth produced according to your jaw model are placed in your mouth and tested for a few days using it. At the end of the test, the prosthetic tooth user submits to the dentist about the discomfort caused by use and the repair of the problem areas begins. Usually new made dental prostheses cause a strange feeling for the first few weeks. The cheek and tongue muscles can not feel the new prosthetic tooth at first, the prosthetic teeth constantly evoke a feeling of looseness. Nov. They are likely to experience minor irritations or pain, there may be drooling and discharge in the mouth, as the salivary glands work more than normal due to dental protoses. Traveling to remote places is not recommended until you get used to prosthetics. Because after the prosthesis is inserted, a doctor's check-up is needed at the appropriate time periods. If irritation or pain persists, it is recommended to consult your dentist.Patients using prostheses are also provided with education about the hygiene and maintenance of prostheses. Dentures stimulate tissues to speed up blood circulation in the gums Any tear or irritation that occurs here, plaque and food residues that accumulate under the denture or between the teeth can lead to infection, and then inflammation. The brush should be cleaned every morning before installing dental prostheses, and the gums, tongue and roof of the mouth (palate) should be brushed with a soft bristled brush.After consuming soft or sugary food, it is recommended to rinse the dental prostheses with water. In order to avoid any scratches on the prosthesis, slowly all surfaces of the prosthesis should be cleaned with a soft bristled toothbrush that does not have abrasive properties. Keep it in a safe place in a container filled with water at night, that is, during a period of time when the prostheses are not used.Sometimes, prosthetic wearers If you are using one of the products such as glue, cream, powder, airbag or pillow used between the tooth and the prosthesis, be sure to read the instructions and make sure to follow the substances written in the instructions. Decontamination. Your dentist can recommend cleaners and adhesives suitable for your skin to you. If you have any questions about the prosthesis, regular CHECK-UPs should be scheduled and necessary appointments should be made.

Is There an Alternative Treatment Method Other Than Prosthesis?

Dental implants have eliminated the need for prosthetics and can be seen as a treatment that creates an alternative to prosthetic treatment. But factors such as the patient's age and the condition of the tooth to be prosthetised or implanted can affect the choice of treatment. For this reason, although there are alternative treatment methods, it is the healthiest option to proceed with the treatment that your dentist has chosen specifically for you, knowing that it may get you some health problems.

How is Dental Prosthesis Performed ?

An appointment should be made first for the prosthesis development process. In the past, for prosthetic dental treatment, the measurement of the tooth to be prosthetised was first taken and sent to the necessary institutions for mold preparation. For this reason, when the mold is ready, the patient comes to the clinic again and tries the mold, and if the mold does not hold, he should have made another appointment again. This old method, which leads to a significant loss of time, is not used by Myra Dental. Thanks to the state-of-the-art Cerec CAD/CAM machine at Myra Dental, the measurement of the tooth to be prosthetised is taken at a single appointment, tooth construction is completed in a very short time thanks to 3D technology, and your prosthetic tooth can be attached right there after the trial. In this way, your prosthetic tooth is inserted as soon as possible and your treatment is terminated.

Will It Be Difficult to Eat with the New Prosthesis ?

There will be some discomfort for the first few weeks during the adjustment process, but as a result of the practices, the person will get used to this situation. In order to get used to the new prosthesis, it is necessary to start with soft foods cut into small pieces, gradually chewing using both sides of your mouth. Be careful when eating hot or hard foods, as well as foods with sharp-edged bones or crusts. Stay away from sticky and hard foods as much as possible. Also, do not use gum or toothpicks while the prosthesis is attached.

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