How to install temporary teeth and what do they cost in Egypt? - المركز الطبي لرعاية الأسنان

How to install temporary teeth and what do they cost in Egypt?

Temporary teeth installation, Dental implants are one of the latest treatment techniques followed in recent years, and there are two types of implants: fixed and removable implants in addition to the temporary type, and this article will include complete information about temporary dental implants that can be used to solve problems of missing teeth gaps and many other damages that may occur.

Materials used in the manufacture of temporary dental implants

Materials used in the manufacture of temporary dental implants

Temporary teeth installation

Temporary teeth implants are a therapeutic technique that has been used recently to solve the problems of missing tooth gaps and trying to fill or close their place in the gum cavity so as not to cause any complications or serious problems for the patient afterwards, and they are plastic teeth that were made in two days on the same dimensions of the patient’s teeth, and the doctor tries them until they are modified to match his teeth in shape, size and color, and they stay in the patient’s mouth for a period ranging between 8 and 12 weeks and help the teeth to perform all their functional tasks in the best way, safe and high quality temporary teeth for you at The Dental Center, rest assured that you are in trustworthy hands.

What are temporary dental implants?

Temporary dental implants are teeth made in the lab from plastic that are quickly prepared in a few days to be installed in order to fill the gap of missing teeth and stay with the patient for two or three months until the permanent teeth are prepared.

Materials used in the manufacture of temporary dental implants

Materials used in the manufacture of temporary dental implants

Materials used in the manufacture of temporary dental implants

Dental implants are manufactured from many different raw materials that can be mentioned in the following points:

  • Stainless steel: One of the most effective materials in pediatric cases.
  • Metals: Gold, silver, platinum are usually used in the manufacture of metal dental implants. There is also an opportunity to manufacture them from cobalt, chrome and nickel, and these implants are pressure resistant.
  • Metal implants coated with porcelain: One of the most commonly used implants in cosmetic operations.
  • Gum and resinous materials: These are fragile and brittle implants.
  • Ceramic implants: Suitable for patients who have previously been sensitive to metals.

What is the difference between fixed and temporary dental implants?

There are several differences between fixed and temporary teeth based on several factors that will be clarified as follows:

  • Price: The price is determined based on the patient’s condition and health status, and the difference in cost between fixed and removable teeth is due to fixed teeth requiring more surgical intervention and procedures.
  • Medical history: The patient’s condition, number of damaged teeth and location of damage are factors that determine cost.
  • Expected results: Choosing the appropriate set for the functions of the teeth that help them perform their functional role in the best way.

Types of temporary dental implants

There are two types of temporary dental implants:

  1. Quick installation removable teeth: These are easy and quick fixing teeth that aim to fill missing tooth gaps and help the rest of the adjacent teeth in the mouth to perform their functions of either speech or eating, and these teeth are substitutes for two or three months until the permanent removable teeth are prepared later.
  2. Traditional removable teeth: These are permanent removable teeth that are installed as substitutes for missing or extracted teeth so that they perform the same functional tasks and these teeth resemble the natural teeth that were lost in shape, size and color, and these teeth take 8 to 12 weeks to prepare in the lab.
How much is the price of installing a temporary dental set?

How much is the price of installing a temporary dental set?

How much is the price of installing a temporary dental set?

The price of installing a temporary dental set is determined based on several factors, most notably the price of raw materials from which dental implants are manufactured, in addition to their price change with the change in the dollar price, and the factor of the treating physician’s experience and the professionalism of the medical team assisting him is a key factor in assessing the level of service provided and the price for it, and the extent of the patient’s dental damage and the extra procedures they may need, which changes the cost price, so we may notice a fluctuation in prices between services provided in centers and clinics, so we will notice that the price of dental implants ranges between 500 and 5000 Egyptian pounds.

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Do removable dentures have any harms?

Maybe, removable dentures are one of the safest therapeutic methods and do not cause any harm, but ulcer signs may appear in the mouth resulting from the friction of these removable teeth with the gums, and these ulcers continue to appear due to improper fixation of dental implants or the presence of protrusions from them and their unsuitability in shape and size with the shape and size of natural teeth.

Steps to get a temporary denture

Steps to get a temporary denture

Steps to get a temporary denture

There are steps and procedures performed by the doctor in order to install temporary teeth with the aim of filling the gap of missing teeth, and the steps are arranged as follows:

  1. Medical examination of the patient’s mouth, especially the jaws.
  2. Taking measurements of the teeth of the jaws.
  3. Determining the desired distance between the teeth.
  4. The temporary plastic teeth are manufactured in the dental lab according to the measurements of the patient’s teeth.
  5. The doctor tests these molds on the patient’s teeth until the patient approves the size and color and determines their suitability or not so that they can be modified.
  6. The molds take a maximum of 3 months to manufacture in the lab.
  7. Installing the teeth in the patient’s mouth as a substitute for missing teeth. Restore the strength and functions of your teeth with our modern temporary denture technology at The Dental Center.

Reasons for Opting for Dental Prosthetics

There are several medical conditions that require the installation of dental prosthetics for therapeutic purposes, including:

  • Filling the gap resulting from extraction or loss of teeth in order to protect the adjacent teeth from becoming crooked or damaged due to the pressure placed on them for the various functional tasks of the teeth.
  • Assisting in biting and chewing food, which slightly reduces the pressure on the rest of the mouth’s teeth.
  • Maintaining the shape of the jawbones, which causes the face to appear in its natural form without any negative impact on its appearance.
  • Maintaining a healthy and bright smile as a result of preserving the facial muscles from any sagging, and you can learn about how to install dental prosthetics with pictures through this article.

How to Clean Dental Prosthetics

There are some tips that can help keep the teeth clean, which can be mentioned as follows:

  • Removing the denture after each meal and cleaning it with water to remove any accumulations on its surface.
  • Handling the denture gently due to the sensitivity of its components and the ease with which they can be damaged, especially the clasps.
  • Cleaning the mouth and natural teeth with a soft brush and suitable toothpaste after each meal to get rid of any lingering residues or deposits that may accumulate on the set after reinserting it.
  • Cleaning the denture daily with a special medical rinse to wash its openings or debris on its specific clasps.
  • Placing the set in warm saltwater solution overnight to maintain it from any type of bacteria or infection in its parts, in addition to keeping it moist.
  • Thoroughly washing the dental prosthetic with water before placing it back in the mouth to get rid of any residue of medical solutions used for soaking and cleaning it so as not to cause any harm to the patient.
  • Adhering to medical appointments with the doctor for prosthetic examination and mouth cleaning.
  • Always consulting the treating doctor in case of any problems in the mouth or discomfort from the prosthetic.

How to Care for Removable Dental Prosthetics

There are many medical guidelines that help in maintaining removable dental prosthetics from damage or exposure to any harm, summarized as follows:

  • Cleaning removable dental prosthetics daily with their specific medical solution.
  • Being careful when removing removable teeth for cleaning to prevent them from falling and breaking.
  • Preventing any potential damage caused by bending the dental set.
  • Brushing the removable teeth slowly and gently to prevent them from falling.

Signs that Indicate the Need to Replace Removable Dental Prosthetics

There are some signs that indicate the need to change removable dental prosthetics with new ones, which may include the following:

  • The presence of crack marks in the structure of the artificial teeth.
  • Difficulty in biting and chewing food after a period of time from the installation and adaptation to them, indicating a problem in their fixation and poor installation.
  • Movement of the teeth from their natural position in which they were fixed.
  • The appearance of mouth ulcers frequently.
  • Bad mouth odors.

Who Are the Candidates for This Type of Prosthetics?

There are some conditions that must be adhered to in order to ensure the suitability of the prosthetics for patients and their effectiveness in achieving the desired results, represented in the following points:

  • Oral health and the absence of any disorders that may cause mouth drop.
  • Not suffering from any chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, tumors, and autoimmune diseases.
  • Having healthy and strong bones capable of withstanding pressure or facing any changes, thus prosthetics are not suitable for patients with osteoporosis.

What Are the Advantages of Removable Dental Prosthetics?

There are many advantages that removable dental prosthetics add to the patient, which can be listed as follows:

  1. Suitable for patients with chronic diseases and the elderly, especially those with osteoporosis and various gum diseases.
  2. Helps protect the adjacent teeth to the missing teeth and prevents them from being damaged, maintaining a healthy mouth and teeth that perform their functional tasks.
  3. They have no serious side effects compared to other therapeutic technologies.
  4. They do not require the patient to be under anesthesia, making them suitable for patients who are allergic to anesthesia.
  5. They are cost-effective compared to other technologies used in treating gaps in teeth such as implantation.

What Are the Disadvantages of Removable Dental Prosthetics?

As we mentioned the many advantages of the prosthetics in the previous paragraph, we will mention some of the disadvantages and damages that the patient may suffer from after installing removable dental prosthetics as follows:

  • Somewhat large in size, causing discomfort to the patient in addition to the feeling of heaviness after their installation.
  • They may fall out when speaking or eating, causing embarrassment for some patients.
  • The psychological effect and the feeling of aging, causing harm to some patients.
  • Potential signs of inflammation and ulcers in the patient’s mouth, whether it affects the cavity or the teeth and gums.
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