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06 Jan 2015

Dentures Rome Important variations in load of the entire masticatory apparatus may also occur with the loss of a single tooth. Through the use of dentures, you have the option of replacing the lost items.

There are two different tipolodie of dental prostheses: dental prostheses mobile and fixed dental prostheses. Dentures The dentures are backed to the gums in the case in which the teeth are totally non-existent or fixed to the remaining teeth. This type of dental prostheses tend to have a negative action against the teeth by which they are supported; these elements are in fact forced to abnormal loads and forces that can compromise its stability.

Among the advantages that count the prostheses is that of simplicity to the cleaning and hygiene daily home, both of the prosthesis that of the oral cavity. They are also economically more modest compared to a fixed prosthesis. Fixed prostheses on natural teeth The fixed prosthesis allows, in almost all cases, the reconstruction of damaged or missing teeth own (via crowns or capsules). The fixed prosthesis is unable to be removed as cemented to the natural teeth of the patient. One of the most used materials for the construction of the outer coating of such prostheses is the porcelain, because of its special aesthetic features and hardness.

The modern dentistry allows the implementation of fixed prostheses ceramic indistinguishable, from the point of view of aesthetic and functional, from natural teeth. Fixed prostheses on implants Dentures on implants yield osseointegrated implants as anchorage and support. The plants themselves are firmly attached to the jaw bones thus acting as a new root. The characteristic of this stem is to stimulate bone cells to join perfectly to it. From the moment in which the implant was placed is necessary to leave it to rest for 3 months or more; in this time bone cells can "bind and unite" perfectly to the artificial root. The final result is therefore to obtain a new root perfectly stable, capable of supporting a new artificial tooth (porcelain or other material) which replaces the original tooth.

 

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