Dental prostheses are special replacements for missing teeth, as well as for restoration of separate tooth crown defects. What types of prostheses are used?
Bugel prostheses are classified based on the method of attachment. The main advantage of all Bugel prostheses is preservation of taste and speech intelligibility, besides these prostheses don't require a lot of care and it is not necessary to take them off at night.
• On Clamping. clampings are metallic hooks covering the neck of the supporting tooth. They are attached without the removal of enamel. But these prostheses are not aesthetic enough. The hooks are visible while smiling. But very often the clampings can be merged with the gum color in order to be more aesthetic.
• Locking Prosthesis On Attachments: Attachments are valves, some of which are invisibly attached to the denture and other parts to the teeth. Such prosthesis is completely unmovable that is why the main pressure falls on the supporting teeth. This type allows to use not only gums but also natural teeth as a base. Such structures are fixed on the valve that is mounted directly Into the Prosthesis, so it is not visible from the outside. This type of attachment provides more durability and occupies less space in the oral cavity.
• On Telescopic crowns: The crowns consist of two sides. The lower part is unmovable. It is fixed on the supporting teeth (by its shape, it represents filed tooth for a crown), the upper part is movable, it is fixed on the metallic part of the Bugel prosthesis. During chewing the pressure is not only on supporting teeth, but also on chin bone spreading the chewing strength equivalent to physical one.
• On beam structures: This is a moveable dynamic structure that replaces the entire tooth arch and is fixed on the implants. It is not necessary to place an implant under each tooth for the restoration of a large number of teeth. Only some metallic structure is necessary which is merged around the whole tooth valve. It will give a chance to restore the whole tooth arch reducing the treatment payment. Due to the equal bone pressure the bone tissue between the implants isn’t reduced under the prosthesis and if necessary they can be replaced without damaging the implant or beam fastening system.
Aesthetic RestorationsAesthetic restoration implies the restoration of teeth to their previous appearance, shape, color and other elements. The desired result can be achieved through modern composite materials and special technologies.
Almond Acid peelingAlmond peeling based on mandelic acid is a superficial peeling that is obtained from the fruits of bitter almonds. Mandelic acid is an oily, aromatic acid that has an anti-inflammatory, antiedematous, anti-blackhead, softening effect.
Teeth whiteningOver time, tooth discoloration becomes an aesthetic problem and affects the quality of life. Light whitening is the most effective, fast and modern method to restore tooth color.
Sinus-lifting procedureThe main goal of the Sinus-lifting procedure is to create acceptable conditions for putting implants. For sufficient strength, the implant needs a good "base" in which it will be placed.
Metal-ceramic crownsMetal-ceramic crown is a metal-based crown with metal covering. It is used to restore damaged teeth, both posterior (back) and anterior (front).