Fixed Denture

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IntroductionWhat Is a Fixed Denture?

Problems with oral health could lead to tooth loss. Losing teeth can make it difficult to speak and eat, as well as raise aesthetic concerns. Fixed dentures are one of the procedures used to improve this circumstance. Due of the highest strength and retention of a dental fixture, this method is more preferable. Dentures that mimic gum tissue are fixed on the original teeth that have been diminished after teeth are filed down. Materials used in fixed dentures differ. Dentures made of zirconia, porcelain, or laminate are the options.

How Long Does Fixed Dentures Last?

For five years, fixed dentures can be used. Due to the tissue injury, the denture may come loose and fall. The length of use may be increased with frequent dental appointments.

Advantages of Fixed Dentures

Patients who have fixed dentures can regain their abilities to speak, eat, and maintain their aesthetic appearance. Since there is no chance of them falling out, they are simple to use.

The patients feel much more like they have their own teeth because they have a natural and attractive appearance.

Disadvantages of Fixed Dentures

Oral hygiene issues can cause discomfort, but the pretreatments and posttreatments reduce the risk. The system costs more than other dentures, but considering how comfortable and natural-looking it is, this drawback may be disregarded.

How To Apply Fixed Dentures?

The doctor does the evaluation during the pretreatment session and then gets to work on getting prosthesis ready. It is measured and filed down to the predetermined tooth (or teeth). Following measurement, the dentist creates a dental impression using the selected material. Dentures should look good and adequately complement other teeth. The impression is sent to the lab following patient approval. Following the cementing of the dentures, the patient is given instructions on how to care for their new set of teeth.

Treatment Summary

Of Transactions


Processing Time

10 days

Anesthesia Method

Local anesthesia

Sensitivity Process


Return to Work


Full Recovery Process


Persistence of Results

5 year

Eating - Drinking

2 hours later


Zirconium Coating 400+
Root Treatment 250+
Bleaching 90+
Filling 450+


Zirconium Crowns 1.400+
Laminated Veneer 350+
Bleaching 100+
Filling 250+


Zirconium Crowns 2.500+
Root Treatment 2.000+
Bleaching 300+
Filling 1.400+


Detertraj 1.440+
Küretaj 7.650+
Flap Operation 650+
Gum Inflammation 450+