The denture-shaped prostheses that can be attached and removed are two types as full dentures and half dentures. Half prostheses consist of prosthetic base fasteners, which are fixed to existing solid teeth. Complete prostheses are applied to the mouths that have no teeth, and they remain completely in the mouth with support from the cheek muscles, tongue, chewing muscles and palates. The important thing in both cases is the preparation of personalized, fully fitting prostheses.
Half prostheses, on the other hand, are prostheses that are applied to the extracted people and are supported with clasp muscles, tongue, cheek muscles and sensitive attachment holders, also known as hooks or snaps, from existing teeth in the mouth.
In some cases, the jaw bone melts too much and does not allow us to insert as many implants as we want. In such cases, it is not possible for the patient to use it completely with fixed teeth on the implants. It is ensured that the palate prosthesis, which the patient should use, can stay tight and firm in the mouth, and the patient will eat less and place the prosthesis in the jaw bone, so that the patient can take his daily life without fear of accidentally coming out of the mouth, and the prostheses in the shape of the palate are supported and not removed by mistake. In this way, the patient can use the palate prosthesis as if using fixed porcelain teeth. In this type of implant supported prosthesis, the prosthesis does not play in the mouth, does not fall and there is no need to use adhesive.