The prosthesis in the shape of a palate, which can be inserted and removed, is two types as full prosthesis and half prosthesis. Half prostheses consist of connecting elements based on prosthetic bases, which are fixed to existing intact teeth. Full dentures are applied to mouths with no teeth and stand entirely in the mouth with support from the cheek muscles, tongue, chewing muscles and beaks. In both cases, it is important to prepare the prosthesis that fits perfectly to the jaw.
Half dentures are prostheses that are applied to most of the teeth of the teeth and which support the chewing muscles, the tongue, cheek muscles and the teeth existing in the mouth besides the wrists with hooks or hooks known as hooks.
In some cases, the jawbone dissolves too much and does not allow me to place the desired number of implants. In such cases, it is not possible for the patient to use a completely fixed tooth on the implants. It is ensured that the palate prosthesis is supported by the implants and that it does not come out accidentally, by placing the palate prosthesis which the patient has to use in the mouth more tightly and firmly in the mouth and by having fewer implants in the jawbone so that the patient can eat comfortably and continue his daily life without fear of accidentally coming out of the mouth of the prosthesis. In this way, the patient can use the palate prosthesis as if using a hard porcelain tooth. In this type of implant supported prosthesis, the prosthesis does not move in the mouth, does not fall, and does not require the use of adhesives.