Implant Crowns and Bridge Prosthesis

Implant ProsthesisA bridge prosthesis prepared utilizing conventional methods aims to replace missing teeth and restore their functionality, aesthetics and phonation. 
In order for a lost tooth to be replaced using a bridge prosthesis prepared in this manner, it is necessary to shape two or more of the teeth adjacent to the cavity of the missing teeth.  

Implants are artificial teeth or basically screws embedded within jaw bones that are produced from materials possessing high tissue compatibility characteristics such as titanium in order to replicate teeth or the roots of teeth in the best manner possible. 

Upon the embedding of the implants following the healing of the jaw bone tissues, the missing teeth are completed without inflicting any damage to the surrounding healthy teeth. Like the prosthesis used for treating natural teeth, the prosthetic teeth placed above implants can be produced from both metal supported or relatively more aesthetic fully ceramic systems. 

Another recent development in this area is that implants embedded in areas of the oral cavity that are visible  from the outside are also being produced from ceramic materials (zirconium) and as a result, metal reflections that may occur in individuals having thin gum structures is eliminated.