Poor, if no teeth
Who of us is not familiar with the expression "eat so much thatbehind the ears rattle? " But the "bang for the ears" while eating can hardly boast of a man with a partial or complete loss of teeth. He has to be excluded from their diet rigid food or ingest it, barely chew. And the food is known to grind begins to be digested in the mouth, with large chunks of the stomach will have to cope with a triple force.
Mentioned already "crackling behind the ears" due to the fact thatsalivary glands are the parotid region. They produce very important hormone production, which is involved in the regulation of calcium metabolism, in addition, it affects the blood coagulation and antisvertyvayuschey systems on metabolic processes liver, stomach and other vital organs. In case of partial or complete absence of the lower jaw teeth chewing movements are limited, it invariably leads to dysfunction of the salivary glands. Hence, there are changes in the blood suddenly arising gastric and hepatic dysfunction. A violation of calcium metabolism in the body, among other things, certainly respond negative "echo" and on the remaining teeth.
In addition, a person that does not have oneor more teeth, suffering from an inability to smile broadly, laugh, live a normal conversation, which could adversely affect his dealings with others, lead to stress.
If it really happened, the conclusion is clear - prosthetics just need a person to continue normal life.
Prostheses in modern dentistry
Prosthesis allowsrecover deleted or lost due to illness or injury teeth. Modern dentistry and dental prosthetics, new technologies make it possible to quickly and accurately select the desired size, shape and color of your new teeth to achieve a high cosmetic effect. Now prosthetics ceased to be a long and painful process.
Modern dentures radicallyThey differ from the old ones, which were used even our grandparents. Differences modern prostheses - in new, strong, flexible and safe materials, as well as high technology, allowing maximum precision to make the most suitable prosthesis.
There are several methods of recoverymissing teeth and chewing function of normalization, that is, the normal chewing of food. In this article we will talk about one of the types of prosthetics - dentures.
Such prostheses are divided into full and removablepartially removable. They may be lamellar or clasp. Despite the prejudices of many people, dentures are by far the most common type of prosthesis, as this method is available to most and has the lowest number of contraindications.
Full removable plate dentures.
Modern plate prosthesis is not muchchanged structurally, but the aesthetics stepped far forward. The base plate is now not just pink and amended vial-capillaries, which creates a very natural appearance of the mucous membrane, and artificial teeth manufactured on modern technologies, have a beautiful appearance and high durability. All this contributes to the aesthetic effect of the individual prosthesis design and reliability. Full Plate prosthesis is a unique opportunity to make up all the lost teeth (if not to take into account the implantation of teeth). It is held in the mouth suction effect and anatomical features of the jaws.
Here, there is one caveat - the difference between thedenture retention in the upper and lower jaw. Large footprint, hard palate, and upper jaw structure contribute to a good fixation of the prosthesis. This can not be said of the lower jaw. The small footprint, a large number of mobile and elastic bridles and folds do not give a normal prosthesis suck. A very "lively" language makes this task even more exigeant.
On the lower jaw toothless patient canto offer the so-called "floating" dentures, which it will float and not sit tight in place. Get used to it a long time, but the special fixing cream used to accelerate the process. "Fun" is, of course, is not very pleasant, so it is not necessary to zoom. On the lower jaw to fight for each tooth. Fixation of the prosthesis is always better when there is support.
Partial laminar prosthesis is used whenlost one or more teeth. It is made entirely of plastic, with the exception of metal clasps (hooks). Prosthesis get easy and cheap, it does not take up much space in the mouth, it is based entirely on the gum. It can be simply indispensable for a temporary prosthesis.
Clasp dentures are radically different from the removable plate. Common between them is only that they can be removed and worn.
Bugel - in translation from German means "arc". Instead of a massive, almost all the jaw-closing plastic base at the clasp dentures delicate openwork casting, and support-holding clasp is very well fixed prosthesis for a specially prepared (clasp) crowns, and simply live teeth. Clasp dentures are comfortable and elegant, do not interfere with the conversation, do not violate the diction and do not affect the appearance of unwanted accent.
For clasp dentures, you must haveseveral stable abutment teeth, for which will cling clasp. This allows you to get rid of the massive base, which is designed to carry out the support and the suction function. The teeth are designed for support, you should choose very carefully, so as not to overload them during operation, otherwise you can damage the supporting-holding unit, and subsequently the teeth can become loose and fall out.
Modern technology and high-precision castingproduction allow to manufacture complicated clasp design, which set hidden Microcastle (attachment) - special mounting structure consisting of two elements working together. One element is located inside the artificial teeth or denture bases, the second crown is manufactured or may be recorded in the remaining tooth root. Attachment are different in their design, fabrication and technical complexity of the materials from which the locking member. All this affects the increase in cost and technical performance of the prosthesis to a more expensive overall.
Reliable fixation, ease of use, beautiful appearance and full secrecy by others - these are the main advantages of modern clasp dentures.
There is another kind of removabledentures - a small cosmetic prosthesis. They are made in the absence of one to three teeth. They are only one-sided and perform the function of missing teeth; they are often used for temporary, preparatory treatment, the final stage of which will be a bridge prosthesis or implant placement.