Language: ENG

Currency: EUR


Language: ENG

Currency: EUR


Partial Dentures

What are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are removable dental devices that can replace teeth that are missing. They consist of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base made of materials like acrylic or a combination of acrylic and metal. Partial dentures are customized to fit a patient's mouth and match their remaining natural teeth.

Partial dentures are used to fill gaps in a patient's mouth where some natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. They help restore the look of the mouth, improve chewing, and maintain the mouth's structure.

There are different types of partial dentures, such as acrylic-based, metal-based, flexible, or a combination of materials. Dentists will choose the best type of partial denture based on the number of missing teeth, location of the gaps, and the patient's preferences.

Types of Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are dental appliances that can replace missing teeth when you still have some natural teeth left in your upper or lower jaw. There are different types of partial dentures that can meet different needs and suit different budgets. Here are some of the common types:

  • Removable Partial Dentures (RPDs)
  • Cast Metal Partial Dentures
  • Acrylic Partial Dentures
  • Flexible Partial Dentures
  • Precision Attachment Dentures
  • Implant-Supported Partial Dentures
  • Flipper Dentures

To choose the right type of partial denture, you should consider factors such as your oral health, budget, and aesthetics. It's important to talk to your dentist or prosthodontist to help you find the most suitable option for your individual needs..

Process of Getting Partial Dentures in Dental Tourism

If you need new teeth, you can go to another country to get them. It's called dental tourism. Here are the steps:

  1. Do some research to find a good country and clinic.
  2. Contact the clinic to talk about your needs.
  3. Plan your trip and make appointments.
  4. When you arrive, the dentist will check your teeth and make a plan.
  5. The dentist will make the new teeth and put them in your mouth.
  6. The dentist will tell you how to take care of your new teeth.

Remember to ask questions and take care of your teeth.

Care and Maintenance of Partial Dentures

If you have fake teeth that aren't all your teeth, you need to take good care of them. Here are some ways to do that:

  • Be careful when you hold them because they can break easily.
  • Clean them every day with a brush and special soap.
  • Rinse them after you eat.
  • Put them in water overnight so they don't dry out.
  • Brush your gums, tongue, and roof of your mouth in the morning.
  • Go to the dentist to check them and fix them if they are broken.
  • Don't use hot water or strong soap or cleaner because it can hurt them.
  • Use both hands when you put them in or take them out.

If you do these things, your fake teeth will last longer and stay in good shape.