What kind of prosthetics to choose?
I will need to put a couple of crowns on my teeth. Tell me which kind is better to choose metal ceramics or all-ceramic prosthetics?
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Answered on September 16, 2017 23:49
Have you already been to the doctor? I think that he will advise himself based on the condition of your teeth. If you put the metal-ceramic, you need to cut down a lot of teeth and remove nerves. But this is still the most popular type of prosthetics. Apparently because the price is quite affordable. My father has been such 10 years already, quite durable material.
Answered on September 17, 2017 00:12
If only a few crowns are needed, then make ceramics. They look much prettier. Or put the implants. But according to them, the doctor himself has to prompt - they cannot be placed anywhere in the dentition.
Answered on September 18, 2017 14:20
The doctor will tell everything in detail
Answered 4 December 2017 16:01
I also have problems with my teeth, I want to put in implants, but I’m very afraid, and I still can’t understand how it all happens. Who put it - what are the nuances and where should they be put in Ulyanovsk?
Answered on December 4, 2017 16:10
Implants are certainly better than crowns. My friend did, at first there they insert the pin into the bone and wait for it to take root. Then he went about half a year, something was twisted up to him ... But now he walks with beautiful teeth.
Answered on December 4, 2017 16:19
In any case, you need to go to the dentist. By the way, in Ulyanovsk, you can learn more about dental implantation here. But you should understand that this is not an easy process. First, the implant is implanted into the bone and time must pass so that it would settle down. And only then you can install a tooth on it.
Answered on January 11, 13:39
And my doctor stubbornly advises the prosthesis. I read on the Internet horror stories about the deformation of the gums, the discomfort of the prostheses, and now I'm afraid. Advise how to be, which dentures are better and which ones are better not to install? And where can this be done in Moscow?
You can put implants, it is certainly more expensive, but there are no gum deformities or discomfort in the mouth. And if you still choose a prosthesis, then with partial absence of teeth, so-called byugel dentures are now being made.There are also dentures on implants and simply removable dentures, it all depends on your capabilities.
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