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Prosthetic dentistry is a reliable technique used to correct chipped, misshapen, or worn down teeth, as well as to disguise crooked teeth or gaps between teeth without the use of orthodontics. Prosthodontics involves the diagnosis, treatment planning, allowing to restore the tooth structure and maintenance of the oral health and the function of chewing and aesthetics of patients with missing teeth, deficient teeth with the use of biochemical substitutes. The appliances can be fixed or removable.
It includes Crowns, Bridges and Inlay/Onlay. Crowns – With crowns, the tooth is reduced from the sides and the top, and then is capped with a fake tooth cemented in place. A crown restores the form and function of the original tooth. Crowns can be done in either tooth-colored materials porcelain or in metal fused with porcelain. Nowadays zirconium abutments are attached to the implant post, to assure that the new porcelain tooth possesses translucency properties similar to a natural tooth. After impressions are taken a crown is made and shaded to match your existing teeth. The crown is then slipped over the post and cemented. The final prosthetic crown appears as a natural tooth.
Bridges – A bridge is used when a patient is missing a tooth but has a tooth on either side. Both of those teeth can be prepared as for a crown, but instead of a single “cap”, a bridge connects all three teeth together and is cemented in place, thereby “bridging the gap.” Again, these can be either tooth-colored or metal.
Inlay/Onlay – Sometimes a back tooth needs to be restored, but may not require a full crown. In some of these instances an inlay or onlay can be used to replace portions of a tooth. This is also sometimes a good option for the replacement of old fillings that have given a tooth an undesirable appearance.
Partials – A partial denture is used to replace several missing teeth in an arch. With a traditional partial denture, metal clasps are used to grab onto some of the remaining teeth to hold it in place. Acrylic is added to the metal framework to replace missing soft tissue (gums), and teeth are added to replace the missing teeth.
Dentures – A complete denture is used when a patient is missing all of his or her teeth in an arch. These consist of fake teeth in an acrylic base that simulates the lost soft tissue (gums). The size, shape, color and positioning of the teeth is customized for each patient to provide optimum aesthetics and speech.
Combined fixed/removable – In some instances, fixed and removable treatments can be combined. In these cases, some teeth are restored with crown and bridgework, while larger sections of missing teeth are replaced with a partial denture. Often in these instances partial dentures can be directly attached to the crowns or bridges, thus removing the need for the metal clasps that often show with conventional partial dentures.
Implants – Implants are titanium fixtures that are placed in the bone of the jaw. Once integrated into the bone, implants can be used to support fixed crowns and bridges, and complete and partial dentures. Implants can even be used as a safe and reliable method to replace an entire arch of missing teeth.
Dental veneers are ultra thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your appearance. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, or length.