A dental implant takes over the same function as the natural dental root. It is fixed into a toothless section of the lower or upper jaw directly into the jaw bone. An implant usually consists of three components: The implant body fixed to the jaw bone. The neck and the crown fixed thereupon. more
A bridge is a, most often fixed, dental prosthesis attached to abutment teeth via the so-called “anchor” (usually crowns). This type of dental prosthesis is therefore called “bridge”, as one or more tooth gaps are bridged over by artificial teeth. more
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There are many different options of dental prostheses.
There are different kinds of dental prostheses:
Fixed prostheses, this includes crowns, partial crowns and bridges.
The second main area areremovable prostheses.
These can be full dentures or partial dentures.
Combined prostheses consist of a cemented, fixed part, and of a removable part.
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