A edentulous Patient needs a total prosthesis - also "false teeth" or called "Denture" to adjust the masticatory and speech function.
A edentulous Patient needs a total prosthesis - also "false teeth" or called "Denture" to adjust the masticatory and speech function. The supply of a full denture must be by dentist carefully prepared and planned.. After all, the dentures should fit perfectly in appearance and function.
The manufacturing of a full dentures needs several steps and the close interaction beetween Dentist and technician. Former photos of the patient showing can help dentists and technicians to replicate the new teeth as similar as possible.
The statutory health insurance companies contribute to the cost of the denture in the amount of existing fixed subsidies. Dentures hold due to the suction and capilar effect of the thin film of saliva between the denture and the mucosa in the mouth.
The grip of the dentures can may be enhanced by using thin implants and Special attachments to fix the denture. Thus you have a maximum comfort speeking and eating. The subsequent follow-up visits to the dentist are especially important in the adaptation of complete dentures, where appropriate, to eliminate pressure points that can occur normally in the new production of a prosthesis - because the oral mucosa and musculature first need to get used to the full denture.
Even edentulous patients regular checkup of the mucosa and the prosthesis are important - because changes of the human body, among other things. Thus, the total prosthesis fits well and comfortable, it has to be adjusted by realining at different intervals the natural remodeling of the jaw. Because even a weight gain or loss of the patient or hormonal fluctuations may affect the fit.