Prosthetics is a specialization in dentistry that deals with the recovery of teeth that we lose throughout life. It is very important that we take care of our natural teeth and do everything to avoid losing them.
We have 32 teeth in total. Even losing only one tooth reflect on the position of the other ones, as the remaining (adjacent) teeth must move and adjust to this newly created space. Hence, there will be a breakdown of the natural relation between the teeth itself and between the jaws as well. It is therefore extremely important to take care of your natural teeth, and in case of losing some of them, replace them with the new ones in order to avoid the above-described problem.
Depending on how many teeth have been lost, it is possible to create a fixed or a mobile prosthetic alternative.
They are made with distal pruning and oversized ranges, such as combination of crowns, bridges and dentures. This problem can be resolved not only by the usual method of combining prosthetic works but also in a more pleasant way described below.
The ZX-27 glass tooth carrier is made of previously manufactured pieces that the authorised dental technicians have processed thermally and mechanically to fully match the mucous membrane of the alveolar ridge of the patient concerned.
Snoring usually occurs when the soft palate vibrates to the lower jaw of the person who hurts falls backwards, and therefore the space for the airflow is reduced. The quantity remains the same, but the air must pass faster this time. These two conditions can cause the soft palate to vibrate and are known as the most common reasons that result in snoring.
By using Silensor when going to sleep, Silensor reduces the movement of the lower jaw. This is achieved by joining the lower and upper jaw.
Always check that the couplings are firmly attached before use. Clean with a soft brush, then rinse well with warm water. When not wearing Silensor device, make sure to keep it in the designated, dry box.
Appointments are scheduled via phone call or in person 24h in advance.
Appointments are scheduled via phone
call or in person 24h in advance.