A removable denture without a roof of the upper jaw refers to a type of dental prosthesis in which the dentures are attached to the teeth or implants in the lower jaw and do not cover the roof of the upper jaw.
This prosthetic method is usually used for people whose upper jaw teeth are completely missing or are not in a condition where a fixed prosthesis can be made for them. In this way, by installing a removable prosthesis without a roof of the jaw, a person can place artificial teeth in his lower jaw and effectively improve the ability to bite, speak, and chew.
To prepare this type of prosthesis, it is better to go to a specialist dentist and get professional advice about the types of prostheses, preparation and installation steps, costs, and necessary care.
The cost of this type of prosthesis may vary and depends on various factors such as geographical location, materials used, expertise and experience of the dentist, number of artificial teeth, and other factors. In general, removable dentures usually have a significant cost.
Removable dentures are suitable for people whose upper jaw teeth are completely missing or are not in a condition for which fixed dentures can be made. This type of prosthesis is suitable for people with the following conditions:
Proper maintenance of the removable prosthesis without a high roof is very important to increase its useful life and avoid possible problems. Below are some maintenance guidelines: