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Prosthetic dental treatment is a branch of dentistry used to replace or repair lost or damaged teeth. This treatment includes aesthetic and functional corrections, that is, it aims to restore not only the appearance of the teeth but also the chewing function. Prosthetic dental treatment usually includes a variety of applications such as dentures, crowns, bridges and implants.

Here are some basic issues regarding prosthetic dental treatment:

  1. Prostheses (Artificial Teeth): These are artificial teeth used to replace lost teeth. Full dentures are used to replace all teeth, while partial dentures are used to replace only a few missing teeth.

  2. Crowns: These are coatings used for the restoration of damaged or decayed teeth. It is placed on the tooth and provides aesthetic and functional improvement.

  3. Bridges: When one or more teeth are missing, a bridge is placed on the adjacent teeth to replace the missing teeth.

  4. Implants: Titanium screw-like structures used to replace lost teeth. It is placed on the jawbone and a prosthesis or crown is applied on it.

  5. Orthodontic Prostheses: These are appliances used to arrange teeth and correct the jaw structure. Various orthodontic treatment methods such as brackets, braces, and transparent plates can be included in prosthetic dental treatment.

  6. Repairs and Adjustments: Includes procedures performed when existing prostheses need to be repaired or made suitable.

Prosthetic dental treatment is applied by dentists and prosthodontists. The treatment plan is customized based on the patient's condition and needs. Prosthetic dental treatment is important for preserving chewing function and general oral health, as well as improving aesthetics.


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