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Front: This patient didn't like his smile because it looked like he had no teeth. He asked for the simplest, least costly option that would give him the most teeth.
Front: A bigger smile revealed one tooth.
Front: The radiograph reveals where his teeth are, but NONE of them touch each other for chewing.
Front: His jaw closes until his upper and lower teeth hit his gum.
Front: Opening the bite shows some bad teeth.
Front: A view of the upper jaw.
Front: The lower jaw.
Front: Teeth on the right side.
Front: Teeth on the left side.
Front: This is the acrylic partial denture to be worn while his mouth changes after the removal of bad teeth.
Front: It relies on the gum tissue for support.
Front: The final upper partial denture has a precision cast titanium frame that grips and rests on the teeth for stability.
Front: The teeth share the forces of chewing with the gum tissue.
Front: The lower partial denture replaces all of the chewing teeth.
Front: The chewing forces are shared between the teeth and gums.
Front: This traditional dental treatment without dental implants restores the entire mouth with just two prosthetic parts. Appearance and chewing are greatly improved.
Front: He now likes his smile.
Front: He is happy because he can also chew his food better.