Dental prosthesis in Turkey

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Written by Melissa

A dental prosthesis in Turkey is a dental appliance that replaces a missing tooth or covers dental defects. These dental appliances include implants, crowns, bridges, dentures and veneers, and some of them can be removable or permanently fixed in your mouth. provides information about dentures in Turkey and helps you book an operation with qualified surgeons. This content is for information purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional.

How much do dentures cost in Turkey?

The average cost of a dental prosthesis in Turkey in Istanbul is €900. Depending on your needs, the price can vary from 700 euros to 1100 euros.

ProcedureCost Turkey
Dental prosthesis900 €

What is a dental prosthesis?

A dental prosthesis in Turkey is a dental appliance that replaces a missing tooth or covers dental defects. These dental appliances include implants, crowns, bridges, dentures and veneers, and some of them may be removable or permanently fixed in your mouth.

Missing teeth can occur for a number of reasons, such as trauma, tooth decay or connective tissue damage. Missing congenital teeth are not uncommon either. Prosthetic dentistry involves the replacement of soft tissue, missing teeth or all teeth using a variety of artificial methods. Prosthetic dentistry also involves replacing damaged teeth with crowns, i.e. replacing the visible part of the tooth.

What type of prosthetic solutions are there?

Dental surgery in Turkey gives you access to removable and fixed dentures. Fixed prosthetic options use bridges and crowns, which are cemented into the mouth. Removable dentures include partial and full dentures.

What is repaired with crowns?

A severely damaged tooth can be corrected with a crown. If you have significant decay in a tooth and it has been repeatedly filled or if the tooth has darkened, for example as a result of root canal treatment, a crown is an excellent treatment option.

The crown improves the appearance of the tooth and strengthens it. The tooth to be crowned is ground into a tiny support pillar on which the crown will be made. A dental technician creates an individual crown according to the patient’s occlusion, based on models created by a dentist, and it is cemented onto the tooth’s abutment.

The crown can be made of gold, ceramic or various metal alloys, for example. If the tooth is completely missing and replaced by a dental implant, the crown is fixed to the implant.

What can be replaced by a bridge and a partial prosthesis?

One or more missing teeth can be replaced by an implant, a bridge or a partial prosthesis. A bridge is fixed to the teeth next to the missing tooth, and these will be crowned. In addition, a gap caused by the absence of many teeth can be covered by a bridge. Like crowns, bridges can be made from a variety of materials.

In contrast to a bridge, a partial prosthesis is a removable prosthetic solution. A partial prosthesis can be, for example, a plate made of metal or acrylic plastic to which artificial teeth are attached. When the partial denture is fitted in the mouth, the spaces created by the missing teeth are covered by the denture teeth.

What happens if all the teeth are missing?

If you are missing all your teeth, a complete prosthesis is used as a prosthetic alternative. A full denture is a removable device that replaces all the teeth. A dental prosthesis in Turkey can even be bonded in the mouth using certain implants. In this case, it can still be removed for self-cleaning.

How long do dentures last?

Getting used to dentures can take some time at first. In addition, the tissues in the mouth are constantly adapting, which can lead to a reduction in the fit of the denture. The fit of the denture is examined during frequent visits to the dentist, and the denture can be realigned if necessary. Good oral hygiene generally prolongs the life of dentures. Properly cleaned, dentures can last forever.

Caring for your dentures

It’s a good idea to stand over a folded towel or a basin of water when caring for your dentures, in case you drop them unintentionally. Brush your dentures (ideally with a denture brush) every day to remove plaque and food deposits and prevent them from becoming permanently stained. Avoid using a brush with hard bristles, which could damage the denture. Pay particular attention to cleaning the teeth under the metal clasps of the denture. Plaque that clings to the underside of the brackets increases the risk of tooth decay.

A mild washing-up liquid or hand soap is also acceptable for cleaning dentures. Other types of household cleaner and much toothpaste are too abrasive and should not be used to clean dentures. Dentures can lose their correct shape if they are not kept moist. At bedtime, the denture should be placed in water or a soaking solution. But if the appliance has metal attachments, they can be stained if placed in a soaking solution.

Even with a full denture, you need to maintain good oral hygiene. Every morning, brush your palate, gums and tongue with a soft bristle brush before putting in your dentures. This removes plaque and stimulates circulation in the mouth. Choosing a balanced diet is essential for maintaining a healthy mouth.

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My name is Melissa and I have been working as a medical and scientific writer since 2014. I have extensive experience in writing regulatory and medico-marketing documents covering a wide range of therapeutic areas.