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Oral Rehabilitation

Removable Rehabilitation

Removable Rehabilitation

1. Full Denture A full denture is a denture which complements the entire jaw (in cases of complete tooth loss) and restores basic functions such as speech, eating, support for the lips and cheeks and more. The denture rests on the gums alone on the lower jaw, and so after a few years of use, it becomes unstable. On the upper jaw, it rests upon the gums and palate, and...

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Fixed Rehabilitation

Fixed Rehabilitation

Fixed rehabilitation is performed to fill in a damaged tooth or a gap due to missing teeth; the patient cannot remove it from his/her mouth. The primary methods of fixed rehabilitation are the use of crowns, bridges and rehabilitation built on implants. 1. Restoration using a crown - single 2. Restoration using a bridge - several connected crowns 3. Restoration using an...

Fixed Rehabilitation
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