Dentures and partial dentures are still very common these days. However, new manufacturing technologies, improved dental know-how and new materials give the prosthesis an appearance so natural that is invisible to the eye!
Dentures and Partials
The dental prosthesis is required when there are missing teeth which cannot be repaired for physiological or mechanical reasons. It can replace the teeth permanently or temporarily.
New: precision and biofunctional dentures
Precision dentures, also called biofunctional, are a new type of modern prosthesis. It takes takes into account data specific to your physiognomy, thus making it more precise, better adapted to your mouth and consequently more comfortable. To achieve this result, we use precision dental devices (face arc and laser-measured facial proportions) to most accurately reproduce the movements of your jaw.
The teeth used to make these prostheses come from new German technologies. They are aesthetic and look like natural teeth, both in shape and color and in how they reflect the light. Made of several layers, they are durable and comfortable.
New options for partial dentures
The acetal hook is an interesting alternative to metal hooks. In addition to being less visible and hypoallergenic, it is more comfortable.
Implants and dentures
Nowadays, it is possible to have more stable dentures by using dental implants, especially if there are no teeth left on the upper and lower jaws. Implant-supported denture also improve the bone health of the jaw as well as your general health through better chewing.
To learn more, visit our page on implant stabilized dentures.