Prosthesis

What are full dentures?

A full denture, also known as a complete denture, takes up the whole mouth rather than just a part of it. It’s a removable device that can be used to replace missing teeth and is used by someone who has lost all of their teeth.

Who is eligible get full dentures?

Complete dentures can be applied to almost all patient with edentulism (no teeth). If the person does not have any teeth in his mouth, does not have allergies to some foreign substances, if the jawbone is in accordance with the standard dimensions of the prosthesis (checked by our radiologist), if there is no excessive melting or deformation in the jawbone then the patient can get a full denture. 

How long does a full denture take?

The specially produced prosthesis takes about 10 days, during this time, the person needs to see their dentist 4 to 5 times.

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