Fixed dental prosthesis

The replacement and/or restoration of teeth with artificial substitutes that are fixed in place in the mouth is the focus of the fixed prosthesis, a subset of the dental prosthesis. The fixed prosthesis can be anchored or securely retained in dental implants, natural teeth, or dental roots. Fixed prosthodontics offers advantages from both a functional and aesthetic point of view and can be perceived as pretty much exactly like a patient's very own natural dentition. A rigid prosthesis that is perceived to be more comfortable has a noticeably reduced mass, and because no mucosal support is required, patients can bite more forcefully and swallow a wider variety of meals

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