Partial dentures are attached to the remaining, natural teeth or to dental implants. The most suitable method in each individual case is determined by your dentist in Zug, together with the patient and possibly also a dental technician.
Since a full denture cannot be attached to own teeth, the prosthesis is attached by embedding it into the surrounding soft tissue (i.e. muscles, ligaments and mucous membrane). In addition, the prosthesis is held in place by a vacuum created by the interaction of palate mucosa and saliva. Furthermore, hold can be improved with adhesive creams. If there is insufficient support, full dentures can also be anchored very well to dental implants. This then even enables the prosthesis to be designed “palate-free”, which contributes significantly to comfort and an improved sense of taste when eating.