Natural Partial Dentures
Dr Dean Lloyd
Health & Wellbeing
56 pages (PDF)
There are many factors to consider when choosing a partial denture appliance. Factors such as cost, longevity, natural looks, mechanical stability, ongoing tooth additions to name a few. All these and more will be explained in detail as we go through the chapters.
Your decision to purchase a new partial denture.
In almost all cases partial dentures are purchased because the patient requires the appliance, to either fill a gap created by missing or lost front teeth and/or, to replace missing back teeth.
When deciding on the type of dental appliance, the following points must be taken into consideration:
How long do you believe you will require the dental appliance for, before your remaining teeth are removed?
If your remaining natural teeth have a life expectancy of fewer than five years, then a simple, inexpensive acrylic partial denture will suffice. If; however, you believe your remaining natural teeth will remain intact for eight-to-ten or more years, you would be better off paying the extra money for a metal frame partial denture. ...
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