Prosthodontics in Guntur, Hyderabad, Bhimavaram and Mancherial
Prosthodontics involves the diagnosis, treatment planning, restoration and maintenance of conditions associated with lost or missing teeth, as well as the supporting gum, bone and sometimes facial parts. A Prosthodontist is a specialist dentist who deals with the replacement of missing teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by bridges, dentures or prostheses.
Teamwork is an essential aspect for ensuring optimal patient care. An effective patient pathway includes interaction with a number of different members of the dental team, all aimed at providing the best possible outcome for the patient. Each member of the team has an influential role to play in making the care pathway as efficient and as smooth as possible, not only for the patient but also for the dental team.
Complete dentures or full dentures are a removable device that can be used to replace missing teeth. The denture teeth are made out of porcelain or acrylic and held together by an acrylic base. Partial dentures are similar but only used to replace some teeth, while a complete denture is a replacement for the full set. Full dentures may be required when you lose all of your teeth and they can help fill out your appearance again, and leaving you feeling more confident to smile.
Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) Dentures
BPS Dentures is a system of professional expertise and quality products that are the standard for aesthetics, comfort, fit and function. High quality standards ensure that BPS dentures meet the demand of patients with its unique Ivoclar natural like teeth that recreates the character of your smile. BPS dentures are fabricated from specially coordinated materials.
Flexible dentures are a kind of partial denture, but these ones are made of different materials than ordinary partial dentures. Most flexible dentures are made of a thin thermoplastic such as nylon, compared to the thicker, more rigid acrylic used in full dentures.
You may find that flexible partial dentures are a more comfortable fit than other removable partials, especially if you’re still new to wearing replacement teeth. Not only that, but most partial dentures are usually made with metal parts which can sometimes show. Flexible dentures do not use any metal parts so tend to look and feel a lot more natural.
Over dentures are replacement teeth retained by dental implants. They were developed to help both partial and fully edentulous patients regain a quality of life, which most likely has been missing since they lost their teeth.
- Promotes Better Digestion.
- Slows Bone loss by stimulating the bone in your jaw.
- Helps retain your facial features and structure.
- Dentures worn on the upper and lower jaw are more comfortable .
Fixed Partial Dentures
Fixed partial dentures are dental prostheses that are luted, screwed, or mechanically attached or otherwise securely retained to natural teeth, tooth roots, and/or dental implant abutments. During the past decades, many types of FPDs or "bridges" have been used to replace missing teeth. With the introduction and widespread use of osseointegrated implants, many missing teeth are now being replaced in this manner rather than with FPDs. Dental bridges can, of course, still be used successfully. These will include: cast-gold, stress-broken bridges; resin-bonded, etched retainers; porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) bridges; and all-ceramic bridges, including zirconia.
Metal-free crowns are a type of highly aesthetic restorations entirely made of ceramic. They can imitate natural characteristics of teeth, transmitting light like natural teeth. They fit in alignment much better, particularly if only some teeth are restored, rather than all of them. In such cases it is impossible to make a difference between Metal-free crowns and natural teeth. Their interior is made of materials described as biocompatible, which means that they do not cause any reaction of the surrounding tissue, enabling the gingiva to shape around them as if they were natural teeth. Metal-free crowns are a combination of supreme quality and durability.
Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) are terms describing software that make it possible for dentists to perform complex procedures faster, more easily and more accurately. CAD/CAM technology constructs restorations, like crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays and bridges, from a single block of ceramics, which makes the final product more precise compared to traditional fabrication methods.
Zirconia is a metal classified as a member of the titanium family and is mined around the world. It is found in dinnerware and electrical fixtures among other products. It's known for its durability, making it an ideal product to use in dental crowns, especially posterior crowns that require a lot of strength for chewing and grinding food.
Over the past few years, Zirconia crowns have grown more popular for good reasons. They’re extremely durable, and match the look of natural teeth well. Despite the hype, most patients do not know much about this type of dental crown.
E-max system is most suitable for the crowns and veneers of your front teeth. E-max is also the ideal choice for the short-span bridges for your anterior / front teeth. Long lasting, highly aesthetic, more popular and expensive. These are the main properties of an E-max crown, which make them one of the best choices to restore your front tooth. E-max has already 100 million plus restorations globally.