Dental Prosthesis

A dental prosthesis is a type of dental appliance that can replace a missing tooth, fix existing tooth problems and even cover up tooth defects. Dental prosthetics can be removable or permanently fixed in your mouth.

What is Dental prosthetics?

In order to fix problems like missing teeth, missing roots or cracked teeth, dentists use fillings, crowns or bridges. But, as with anything else, there are many ways to achieve a great result.

In a case of complete tooth loss, the prosthesis is attached to a dental implant. Dental prosthetics is crucial for the recovery of functionality and aesthetics of teeth.

When do you need prosthetic dentistry procedures?

Prosthetic dentistry is a way to restore your smile after tooth loss. In some cases, the teeth are damaged so badly that they will no longer support their own structure. In others, tooth decay has weakened the teeth enough that they are now likely to fall out at any time.

In a situation where there is tooth loss, a complete tooth crown can be replaced by the attachment of the crown to the implant in the bone.

Types of dental prostheses

Ceramic Crowns:

Ceramic crowns are one of the most popular solutions for replacing missing or damaged teeth. These ceramic crowns match the look and feel of natural teeth and do not require any extra work on the patient. They are also strong and durable.

Zirconium is biologically compatible with the human body. It has excellent biocompatibility, which means that it is not toxic and does not cause allergic reactions. Zirconium is also used for the production of dental crowns, which is used when teeth are severely damaged by dental caries, large fillings or other potential factors.

Metal Ceramic Crowns:

Metal ceramic crowns are made by covering a metal frame with a layer of porcelain. When teeth are severely damaged, dead or have large fillings, crowns are recommended as they provide a strong foundation for restoring a damaged tooth.

Crowns are used when teeth are dead, severely damaged by dental carries or have big fillings. This is a common treatment for those who want their teeth to appear bright and white.

Dental Veneers:

A veneer is a thin ceramic material used to enhance the appearance of a tooth or dental restoration. It’s basically a cosmetic procedure similar to an aesthetic filling, except that the tooth surface is covered with ceramic instead of a filling.

Veneers are the most common way to reshape teeth and to repair chipped teeth. It is a procedure in which a thin layer of a durable, non-porous material is attached to the surface of a tooth.

Dental Bridge:

When a patient is missing teeth, the options include implants, dental crowns or bridge prostheses. Bridges are an option that can replace the gap created by missing teeth.

A dental bridge is a piece of restorative dentistry that helps replace missing teeth. It connects two healthy teeth or implants with a crown. An implant is a dental implant is an anchor made of titanium that is surgically inserted into the jawbone and serves as a foundation for a replacement tooth or bridge.

Complete Denture:

Complete dentures are used when the patient is missing all or a part of their teeth. Dentures are made of a pink plastic base and white teeth. Dentures are attached to remaining teeth with hooks. The best type of dentures is the heat injected ones because they fit better than the traditional ones.

Partial Dentures:

Partial dentures are often used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Partial dentures are usually made from acrylic plastic, and they are either held in place by metal clips or attached to the patient’s gums.


What is the cost of these procedures?

Each patient’s case is different, so we only set the price after a thorough analysis of the patient’s condition. Contact us and we will determine the best possible price for you.

What is the difference between a dentist and a prosthodontist?

Dentists are trained for routine dental care and minor dental procedures while prosthodontists deal with replacing teeth and restoring oral health.

When should I visit a prosthodontist in Bangalore?

If you have decayed tooth, cavities, teeth removal, etc. then you must visit a prosthodontist. It is suggested you take advice from your regular dentist before visiting a prosthodontist.

Is there permanent artificial teeth?

Permanent dentures are also known as dental implant dentures, snap-in-dentures, and overdenture dental implants. Simply put, these are a set of prosthetic teeth attached to a framework that fits perfectly on the dental implants (screws) placed in the jaw.

Can I replace all of my teeth?

Yes, it is possible to get a whole new set of teeth. This is often the route chosen by those who have been dealing with dental distress for years. Permanent dental implants are made with metals like titanium or zirconia. They are embedded well into the gum line and act just like the roots of your teeth.

How many types of artificial teeth are there?

All dentures can be broadly divided into two types – complete and partial. Dentists prescribe partial dentures when some teeth are remaining.

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Teeth may be missing due to several reasons, like trauma, dental decay or damage of connective tissue. Congenitally missing teeth aren’t very uncommon, either. Prosthetic dentistry in Bangalore implies the replacement of soft tissue, missing teeth or all teeth by way of various artificial methods. Prosthetic dentistry as well entails the replacement of damaged teeth with crowns, that is replacing the noticeable section of the tooth.