Prostheses are artificial formations that replace the lost teeth for the aesthetic, phonation, function and psychological needs of the person.
Even a missing single tooth can pose a serious danger to other teeth and the lower-upper jaw system. As the missing tooth disturbs aesthetics, other teeth around the space begin to lean over. And the teeth opposite the gap extends into this space. This situation activates chain changes in other teeth and, the jaw joint pains, headaches and muscle pains occur. Therefore, restoring the space of the missing teeth prosthetically without wasting time is very important for the surrounding tissues and the general health of the person.