Means the patient can remove the denture at any time.
This is a situation where patients are suffering from complete or partial edentulousness.
With the removable denture it is possible to rehabilitate a part or the whole dental arch. It is made of special personalized materials for each patient.
Partial (semi-removable) denture:
The semi-removable denture requires implants which may vary from 2 to 4 teeth per jaw.
In that case, the implants are interconnected with a metal structure and can be fixed as a guarantee that the denture will not move during normal everyday use.
The denture is removed when the patient has to perform regular oral hygiene habits.
The semi-removable denture fixed by implants ensures that the result is, from an aesthetic point of view hardly noticeable compared to natural teeth and that it has a very high functional quality that will allow the patient to eat and speak without any problems.
Complete (fixed) denture
A fixed denture is absolutely the most effective and most long-lasting method.
The dental arch is replaced by implants attached to the dental bone (six on the upper, six on the bottom jaw).
Twelve metal-ceramic or zircon ceramic crowns will subsequently be added to the titanium dental implants.
In that way, the implantology allows the returning of functionality to the teeth without neglecting the aesthetics.