Prosthetic Dental Therapy

Prosthetic Dental Therapy

In our time, the use of non-metal ceramics that are used in the making of prosthesis, increases rapidly. The most important factor in the increasing of popularity of ceramics is that they have good esthetics, are hygienic and durable.

Teeth are covered prosthetic, if there is too much material loss in teeth, and if the filling is not possible. These coverages are called crown. Today, the crowns are made from ceramics and metal support porcelain materials. In the case of tooth loss, it’s made 3-teeth-fixed veneer as a single block, making the teeth in front of and behind the loose tooth smaller. This type of prosthesis is called bridge. That means, 2 teeth take the function of 3 teeth.

Crowns and bridges are a kind of fixed prosthesis. They are not removable. In the case of more tooth loss, removable partial prosthesis is made. In this kind of prosthesis the support of teeth and the gum and bone is useful. These are the prosthesis which known as “prosthesis with hook” in public. In our time, removable prosthesis with snap fastener and with other holder elements that are more fine, without metal look of hook are made instead of hook.

If all teeth are lost, total prosthesis are made. This prosthesis that are called prosthesis-set or palate, is sat in the supporting tissue in mouth. Through this kind of prosthesis, front teeth can be made from porcelain, so a better esthetics is provided.


  • Crown-Bridge applications (fixed),
  • Total-partial prosthesis (removable),
  • Prosthesis above implant.


  • Saving of teeth through removal of lesions (cleaning infections) in root ends,
  • Removal of cysts in root end through operation,
  • Correction of anomalies in root end,
  • Extraction of wisdom teeth,
  • Eruption of wisdom dog teeth through operation,
  • Surgical support for other teeth during eruption.


  • Surgical removal of cysts that occur in birth or after birth,
  • Application of implant for missing teeth,
  • Correction of abnormal bone structures in jaw bone,
  • Reconstruction of bones in ground by orthognathic surgery,
  • Bone graft replacement.


  • Removal of big tissues that are growth related to pain because of prosthesis,
  • Removal of gum and soft tissues related to irritation between teeth,
  • Removal of frenulums that cause the separation of teeth from each other,
  • Removal of tissues that are growth spontaneously or related to irritation in cheek mucosa,
  • Removal of salivary gland cysts and stones.


  • Correction of toothless jaw bone for more appropriate prosthesis,
  • Surgery before prosthesis to increase the sufficiency of insufficient shallow areas in gums,
  • Gum and jaw bone surgery to provide a sufficient distance for prosthesis,
  • Frenulum surgery for stuck tongue.


  • Artificial root placement to complete the lost teeth with implants,
  • Preparation of this zone through bone grafts and membranes to prepare for surgery before implant, if necessary.


  • Operation of gum that supports teeth. Supporting of gum with bone graft and membranes,
  • Graft operations for this work.


  • Filling of open sinus cavities from tooth extraction,
  • Easy and complicated therapy of jaw bone breaks.

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Implant Placement Center - TURKEY

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