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Mobile Prostheses

Mobile dental prostheses, commonly called “dentures”, are made-to-measure removable medical devices, which replace the missing original teeth, giving patients back their chewing capacity and a healthy, beautiful smile.

Advantages of mobile prostheses

Mobile prostheses are an economic alternative to fixed implants that replace one or more missing teeth, in the case of partial prostheses, or the full arch, in the case of total prostheses.
It is a solution that gives you the advantage of a firmly anchored prosthesis that can, however, be removed if necessary.
Our +HC network will carefully assess your condition in order to suggest the best solution. You can forget any fear of long operations that are expensive, painful and too invasive.

Phases involved in mobile prostheses

After the initial phase when the anatomic impression is made, a more accurate, functional impression is then taken to assess occlusion and colour. Then the prosthesis is tested and bite, shape, size and colour are checked in order to deliver the permanent prosthesis during the final phase.
Periodic check-ups with the dentist are recommended, to assess the need for further adaptation of the prosthesis due to any variation in the tissues (gum and bone) on which it rests.
We assist our patients at every stage of their treatment, including the post-op period, providing information and constant, direct support.

Innovative techniques and materials at your service

Every mobile prosthesis is made to measure, in the laboratory, based on the impressions provided by the dentist: in this way we can offer you the best solution from a functional and aesthetic point of view.
Al the materials used by +HC for are internationally certified and covered by guarantee.
Mobil prostheses can be made in acrylic and, in some cases, may be skeletal with a metal support. The artificial teeth of the mobile prostheses are, on the other hand, generally in resin, in a colour as close as possible to the other natural teeth.

Daily maintenance

To avoid any discomfort, such as gum inflammation, the prosthesis should be correctly cleaned after each meal, to eliminate any residues of food and plaque, using a simple toothbrush.
At night, the prosthesis should be removed to relieve the gums and reduce the risk of stomatitis.