Partial Denture Patients
Case Study 1: Missing and deteriorated teeth.
Before Photo: Upper Teeth With Worn Molars: If you have extremely worn or missing teeth in the back of your mouth, and if implants are not possible, a removable partial denture can be your treatment option possibly coupled with dental bridges and crowns.
Before Photo: Missing Lower Back Teeth Notice how there is a gap on one side and a row of missing back teeth on the other.
After Photos: Restored Upper Teeth: The patient’s upper arch was restored with a 3-unit bridge for the right back teeth and crowns. A 3-unit Bridge consists of three dental crowns connected together to restore a missing middle tooth. This missing middle tooth is called a pontic tooth.
After Photos: Restored Lower Teeth: The patient’s lower arch was restored with a 3-unit bridge, dental crowns, and a removable partial denture. A removable partial denture is composed of metal framework, rest seat, clasp, and denture teeth with pink acrylic.