The loss of our teeth may lead to changes in the morphology of our jaws.
In case of completely edentulous patients we can create only prostheses that are supported by the mucosa, since the important aspects - the teeth - used to anchor and support the prostheses are no longer available.
All this has an obvious effect on the stability of the denture, its functionality and this way on the biting ability and life quality of the patients. If the alveolar crest is well kept, there is a high chance to create a good, functionally stable complete prosthesis. There are partially and completely removable prostheses.
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