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Acrylic dentures.

They are removable restorations made of acrylic. The main indication is toothlessness or extensive lack of teeth, when there is no possibility to perform other types of restorations (partial dentures or bridges).

Acrylic dentures should be checked every 6-12 months by a dentist, who may reline and adjust them.



Overdentures are removable prosthetic restorations, attached to the implants with a system of special attachments (eg. The ball shaped, locator abutments). These complements fulfill the requirements of aesthetics, protect against loss of bone in jaws and provide acceptable comfort for the patient. Currently, most common overdentures are supported on at least two implants in the lower jaw and four implants in the upper jaw. This solution extremely improves the comfort of wearing the dentures, compared to the traditional dentures. Dentures supported on implants are much more stable.


Immediate dentures.

Immediate dentures are removable restorations that are given to the patient immediately after the procedure of the removal of teeth. All activities related to the manufacturing of the prosthesis are carried out before removing the teeth. Doing so helps to avoid the unpleasant situation of teeth absence for the patient, provides the normal conditions of life and the ability to remain in the workforce. It affects also very beneficially for wound healing after extractions.


Frame dentures.

Frame dentures are removable partial prosthetic restorations based not only on the gums and mucous membranes, but also on the remaining teeth and because of that do not cause increased bone and gum loss. Done properly, they can serve the patient for many years.


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