Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics

What is Prosthodontics?

This field of dentistry replaces missing teeth with prostheses.

The goal is to provide the patient with the best prosthetic solution to restore their health and self-esteem.

Treatment stages

In a first assessment visit, the patient's oral health status will be assessed. After making the diagnosis, our team of Oral Rehabilitation experts will outline the best dental solution for the case in hand.

Case study
Through X-rays, among other diagnostic methods
Type of Prosthesis
Upper or lower or fixed total prosthesis
Surgery
Placement of dental implants
Maintenance
Routine consultations
Types of Prostheses
There are different types of dental prostheses that can be adjusted to the individual needs of each patient:
Fixed Dental Prostheses
In addition to restoring the masticatory and aesthetic function, fixed prostheses aim to replace all teeth. The surgical procedure for fixed prostheses consists of placing four or more implants to provide better prosthesis fixation and greater patient peace of mind.
Partial Dental Prostheses
Fixed unitary or partial dentures are used in situations of partial loss of one or more teeth, in which dental fragments still exist. Strategically placed to replace missing teeth, they create a bridge that connects the empty space to neighbouring teeth.
Dental Prostheses on the Tooth
Commonly known as "Crowns", these are indicated in cases where there is a need to cover a fragile or deteriorated tooth. Their purpose is to allow greater comfort to the patient, but they can only be placed if the root of the tooth supports the treatment.

At CEROA, the Oral Assessment Consultation is free of charge.

Fixed dental prostheses are permanent, providing the best solution to replace missing teeth.
Advantages of Fixed Prostheses:
Permanent Fixation
Natural fit
Facial harmony
Easy cleaning
Maintenance

Regular visit to the dentist

The care and maintenance of dental prostheses must be kept up during the post-surgery period, with reinforcement of daily oral hygiene habits and regular visits to the dentist.

Hygiene

Regarding rehabilitation with fixed dental prostheses, it is necessary for the patient to reinforce their hygiene routine with a mouth irrigator to prevent the accumulation of bacterial plaque.

IF YOU ARE A PATIENT WHO PRIZES:
Quality
Comfort
Expertise
Safety
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