Sir, I have undergone dental replacement with
brige cera, mic fixure in the upper and lower jaws. The lower jaw replaced ceramic teech is very good while the upper jaw teeth has
fallendown and I could not get the denture fixed again and thereby I am not able to chew and when consulted a dentist he
roped it with a removable teeth. But, I am
not at all comfortable as it fells down every
time when I chew. I am at a dilama what
to do and please let me know whether there
is any way to keep the teeth fixed not with
ceramic but with fancy teeth and take
my meals without any disturbance.
Please find me a way.
Sir I agree with your problems. I wish to know certain things, like do you have couple of natural teeth in your upper jaw or not. And if de r der den are they strong or loose. Whats your age now, please let me know and den I may suggest you better. Regards.
If a bridge couldnt be placed back there is surely a strong reason for it, which is not very clear in your question. There are lot of options you might want to try depending on the clinical possibilities. 1. Implants
2. Implant retained removable dentures
3. Precision attachment removable dentures
4. Semi rigid dentures
5. Flexi dentures all of these options are based on the actual clinical scenario and possibility
If you don't find the current treatment comfortable, you can opt for a fixed replacement for your upper teeth. If there are a few natural teeth remaining, the option for bridges is open for you. Alternatively, you can opt for dental implants for a stable and permanent solution. These implants can either be done to replace some or all of your missing teeth.
Yes implants is the best way to support entire jaw teeth. If you don't like removable and bridge too has failed then implant should be a good solution for you. We can plan all your treatment using computer software. Kindly visit me so that I can help you better.
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