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Metal Free Dental Prosthesis (Restore Teeth Functions)

$64 - $403

It Is Suitable For

· Those travelling to Hungary for at least 2 weeks.
· Those with missing teeth or teeth gaps.
· Those who wish to replace missing teeth permanently.
· Those who wish to restore the function of their teeth effectively.
· Those who wish to correct defect and improve quality of their teeth and smile.

What is Dental Prosthesis?

Dental Prosthesis is an artificial intraoral used to restore dental functions. Implants, bridges, crowns, veneers or dentures are all categorized under Dental Prosthesis. They are commonly used to improve dental defects such as missing teeth, missing parts of teeth and mission soft or hard structure of the jaw and palate.

Most of the Prosthesis offered at our affiliated clinic are metal-free ones.

How It Works

Dental Prosthesis may be captured in place by connecting to implants or the teeth itself. This can be done by suction or by being held passively by the surrounding muscles. They can either be fixed permanently or removable. Although they share a number of similarities, different types of prosthesis serve different functions.

Types of Dental Prosthesis

There are many kinds of Dental Prosthesis. For Metal Free Dental Prosthesis available at Our Affiliated Clinic are:

· Crowns
Crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over a tooth that is chipped or broken to restore its function. 2 kinds of crowns available are: Porcelain and Zircon Crowns.

· Root Abutment
Root Abutment is a prosthesis built to support the lateral pressure of the replacement teeth. Often used when crown is extremely damaged but the root can be restored with treatments.

· Inlay
Known as indirect restoration, inlay is usually made outside the mouth and fixed inside the mouth using adhesives. Its common used is to fill the are between the cusps. 3 kinds of available inlays are: Golden, Porcelain and Ceramic.

· Occlusal
Defined in dentistry term as to which its use is to prevent excessive contact between the posterior and anterior teeth and disengage the posterior teeth in all excursive movements.

Advantages and Limitations of Dental Prosthesis

· Reduces bone loss
· Provides support
· Effective oral rehabilitation
· Effective maintenance solution
· Provides better quality of life
· Improves aesthetic

· Teeth may become more sensitive to hot and cold

Dental Prosthesis Post Care

Dental Prosthesis require regular care:

· Brush your teeth at least twice a day - after eating and before bedtime
· Floss your teeth once or twice a day
· Rinse vigorously with fluoride rinse for at least one minute before bed
· Be careful in chewing toffees, gum, and tough food
· Go for regular dental check-ups


Q1: How soon after tooth extraction can I have an implant?
A1: This depends on your dental condition. Sometimes, it is doable to place the implants on the same day as your tooth extraction procedure. But usually, you need to wait for about 3 to 6 months for proper healing before you can have the implant. Too long of a wait is not good too as it may result in loss of bone and causing implant placement more difficult.

Q2: Which is better, implants or bridges?
A2: Implants are permanently positioned while bridges must be replaced every 10 to 15 years. Implants do not put strain on other teeth like bridges do and at the same time can be used to replace more than 1 missing tooth. In a case of a bridge, a healthy adjacent teeth for support is a requirement to place the bridge.

Q3: Can this be done in 1 day?
A3: Yes, it it possible to have this done in 1 day. But it also depends on your dental condition.

Q4: Will I be put to sleep for this procedure?
A4: No, you will usually only be given local anaesthesia.

Q5: Will it work like real tooth?
A5: The only difference between implants and real teeth is that it is not real. Other than that, implants are customized to look, feel, fit and function like all the other teeth.

Q6: Is it true that crowns are bad for my teeth?
A6: They commonly say that crowns can save teeth, but that also mean you need to put more effort in maintaining them.

Q7: How long do the prostheses last?
A7: All differ in durability and life span. Veneers can last 5 to 7 years. Crowns may last up to 15 years. Implants are mostly permanent or otherwise can potentially last up to 25 years.

Clinic Information

[Clinic Name] Dentium Implant Center
[Location] Hungary
[Nearest Station/ Nearest Tourist Destination] 1 min to train station; 3 mins walking distance to Full Moon Hostel Budapest and Ministry of Defense; closely located to shops and easy access to public transportation
[Clinic Opening Time] Monday to Friday (8:00AM - 8:00PM)

Operation Time 15 - 60 mins
Recovery Time 2 - 14 days
Number of Postoperative Visit 1 - 2 times
Hospitalization Not Required
Other Information Additional fee of USD 32 will be charged for Consultation Fee, Evaluation Fee and Treatment Plan
Cancellation Policy No cancellation fees will be charged if you notify your cancellation at least 48 hrs in advance.
Location Dentium Implant Center, Budapest, Hungary

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