Dentures in Albania - Best Prices & Rated Clinic
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Dentures in Albania - Best Prices & Rated Clinics - Trio Dental Center

At Trio Dental Clinic we know how important it is to enjoy your favorite foods, to be close to your loved ones and to feel confident about yourself. Nowadays, dentures provide an affordable solution for patients who have lost all or most of their teeth. Our philosophy is based on the fact that we always try to find solutions for all our clients. In our clinic, we always try to put ourselves in the position of the patient so as to offer him the best and fastest solution to his dental problem. 

We ensure the aesthetics of your smile but at the same time the perfect operation of your dental block, in a clinic equipped with the latest generation of technological means. At Trio Dental Clinic, we approach our patients with complete and partial dentures, with particular sensitivity, experience and knowledge. We give solutions that concern your functional restoration and at the same time your aesthetics. 

In our clinic you will find a friendly environment with the most affordable dentures near you. If you are looking for the best denture adhesive then Trio Dental Clinic is here for you. Do not hesitate to contact us now, and schedule an appointment. Our team will detect your problems and will focus on your dental needs as well as we will create a customized dental treatment program which will complete all your desires.

Our Team of Specialists

We’ve hand-picked an exclusive team of the country’s leading dentists.

Our team is here to help you identify which of our consultants is the right choice for you.

Essen Bilani

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

  • 2001-2006 Faculty of Medicine branch Dentistry, Tirana
  • 2006-2010 Specialization in Orthodontics University “La Timone” Marseille, France.
  • 2013-2014 Master Level I 2 in Orthodontics, University “La Sapienza” Rome.
  • 2018-2021 University Master Oral Surgery and Implantology “Aldo Moro” Bari.
Dr. Essen Bilani, a dentist at Trio Dental Center.
Dr. Ilda Meta, a dentist at Trio Dental Center.

Ilda Meta

Orthodontist

2016-2021 Albanian University, Faculty of Medicine, branch Dentistry.

Dr. Kristina Beqiraj, dentist at Trio Dental Center.

Kristina Beqiraj

Dentist

2018-2021 Faculty of Dentistry, branch “Dental Hygiene”

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Recent clinical cases for Dental Implants in Before and after

What is Denture?

Artificial dentures are a removable prosthetic restoration used to replace missing teeth. They provide a solution for patients who have lost either all of their teeth or a group of teeth in one or both jaws. Complete dentures are essentially fake plastic or porcelain teeth on an acrylic skeleton base.

Until a few years ago, the use of dentures was something almost natural and expected for older people. Fortunately, in recent years, developments in the field of dentistry have helped us understand that tooth loss is not an inevitable consequence of aging. With proper oral hygiene and regular dental care, we can keep most of our natural teeth for the rest of our lives. Other alternatives such as dental implants today offer a more effective solution for replacing lost teeth, but at a much higher cost than conventional dentures.

What is the Procedure for Getting Dentures?

The process of making and installing an artificial denture varies depending on the type of denture. In general, it includes the following steps:

  • Tooth extractions (if there are still some healthy teeth they can be preserved and used as a base for a denture)
  • Oral prints (before or after exports, depending on whether a direct or conventional denture will be made)
  • Construction of prosthetic restoration by the dental laboratory
  • Test installation and final adjustments

What Types of Dentures are Offered?

There exist the following main types of dentures:

Partial Dentures

This type of denture fills the gap which is created by missing teeth when the patient is still retaining some of the natural teeth.

Complete Dentures

The Complete Dentures replace all teeth in either the upper or lower jaw. These are the classic ‘jaws’.

Implant Retained Dentures

Implanted Dentures can be complete or partial. They are applied in two or more natural teeth or dental implants, and they offer significant advantages in terms of stability and comfort.

Another classification categorizes dentures into conventional or direct, based on whether they are placed immediately after the extraction of any remaining teeth or after several weeks of healing.

What are the Benefits of Dentures?

The benefits of artificial denture placement mainly include:

  • No anesthesia is required
  • Has the lowest cost of prosthetic restoration
  • Provides support to the cheeks and lips and thus prevents premature aging and wrinkles that develop around the mouth
  • Since from the beginning it had no functional restraint and application problems, it remains comfortable and does not move during chewing
  • Improves appearance
  • Has minimal pigment absorption
  • Protects the health of other oral tissues
  • Quick and easy process
  • Enhances facial aesthetics
  • Modern dentures are designed to be comfortable, as well as perform the functions of natural teeth. It may take a few dentist visits to get the correct fit, but it is a small price to pay for renewed confidence in chewing and talking. They are created and customized only for your mouth
  • They are ease to clean
  • The loss of teeth also means oral bone structure will begin to perish. Dentures decrease the rate at which these bones disintegrate
  • You no longer have to have restrictions on what you can eat. With dentures, you can eat all the foods you used to eat before you lost your teeth. However, your dentist may advise what foods to eat in moderation to preserve your dentures

How to Take Care of Your Dentures

Proper care of a denture is the best way to avoid problems and extend its lifespan. Below, you will find some ways that can help you take care of your dentures:

  • Brush your dentures at least twice a day.
  • When you are not wearing your dentures, place them in a glass of water, unless your dentist advises otherwise (e.g., in case of germ stomatitis).
  • If you carry your dentures in a bag, be sure to store them in special storage boxes which will be purchased from the pharmacy.
  • Visit your dentist at least once a year in order to check your dentures and oral health. Many times, the long-term use of whole dentures is responsible for damage to the mouth, which we do not always realize.
  • Be careful not to lose your dentures. Always place them in a specific place (storage box or glass).
  • Ask the dentist to “mark” your dentures, that is, to write your name on them.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Be sure to rinse your dentures and mouth with plenty of water after each meal.
  • Brush your dentures at least twice a day. Before brushing, rinse them with plenty of water in order to remove any food residue.
  • To clean them, use soap (e.g., unscented green soap or dishwashing liquid) and a soft toothbrush. You can also use the special toothbrushes for dentures. Do not use common toothpaste to clean your dentures, as it may damage their surface.
  • Carefully clean all denture surfaces inside and out.
  • To prevent the dentures from falling out during the washing and breaking, it is good to wash them over a sink with a little water or after you have placed a piece of cloth or paper underneath.
  • Clean the gums, palate and tongue with a soft brush and water (without toothpaste or soap). It is important to remove food debris in order to avoid bad breath and infections.
  • Allow the toothbrush to air dry.
  • Use dentures daily (or at least twice a week) and follow the instructions on the package. Rinse the dentures with plenty of water before putting them back on.
  • Do not boil your dentures or put them in bleach directly from the bottle.
  • If your dentures have dental stones or are “blackened”, visit your dentist and he will clean them.

Dentures are one of the alternatives for treating a patient’s total malignancy and are constructed so that they can perform the function for which they are intended for several years. The dentists of Trio Dental Clinic, provide high quality dental treatments quickly and responsibly. For this we are constantly informed and use the latest materials.

Our staff with its many years of experience and continuous retraining guarantees the complete solution of your problem. At the same time, we have the most modern dental equipment in Albania and we offer the greatest quality of dentures near you. Our goal is to provide the best, specialized, quality, painless dental treatment, at affordable prices, in a comfortable and friendly environment in Tirana, Albania.

At Trio Dental Clinic we provide dental services which cover the full range of your dental needs, thus ensuring the overall treatment of your problem. On our page you will find various cases of ours, which have been treated entirely in our office, with initial photos of the problems and final photos with their aesthetic and functional solution.

Properly made dentures are not perceived even by the close family environment. However, if you wear your dentures for many years, the material ages, makes pores and changes color, while the teeth wear out from use. Old dentures can no longer restore the anatomy of the lower third of the face and the face may look older, while wrinkles are more pronounced. Also, dentures may no longer fit well and this can be seen in chewing and speaking. Regular annual visits to the dentist can help prevent the above developments.

Chewing and nutrition can be greatly improved after the placement of dentures. It takes about a month after placement in order to adapt to the new way of chewing food. Unfortunately, there are people who, after the placement of dentures, avoid meat, fruits and vegetables and turn to soft, processed foods, rich in fats and sugar. This has an unpleasant effect on general health. Special care should be taken by those who follow a special diet for health reasons. The diet should include all types of food and definitely dairy, legumes, vegetables and fruits.

Here are some tips for better chewing with dentures:

  • If you have recently worn dentures, start with a small amount of soft food that you will place on both sides of your mouth. You have to chew the food on both sides at the same time, because otherwise the dentures are easily deflected.
  • You can consume all kinds of food with proper preparation. If you find it difficult to chew meat you can cook minced meat. You can cut the fruit and salad into small pieces. You can chew the fish without fear and easily.
  • Never bite food with your front teeth (e.g., do not bite an apple with dentures). Cut the food into small pieces and place it on the side of the mouth on both sides. Similarly, do not try to floss with your dentures.
  • There are some foods which can detach the dentures from their place. Such foods are sticky processed foods such as white rice, white bread crumbs and Turkish delights. It is also difficult to chew gum with your dentures.
  • Foods with small spores (e.g., sesame buns, kiwis, tomatoes) are annoying because the spores get under the dentures.
  • Experience shows that most people who wear complete dentures for a long time are satisfied with chewing most foods.

If the dentures are not used properly, cleaned and maintained, and especially if some general diseases coexist (e.g., diabetes), various lesions in the mouth may occur. Lesions can be present for a long time without being noticed, because they usually do not cause discomfort or pain.

The most common lesion is stomatitis, which in the Albania population reaches the percentage of 30% to 40% of those who wear dentures. It is an inflammation of the palate which is caused either by constant injury or by a bacterial infection. It is characteristic that most of the time it is not accompanied by any symptoms, while sometimes it coexists with inflammation in the corners of the mouth (conjunctivitis).

The dentist will find the cause of the problem and treat it accordingly, either by repairing the denture or by prescribing medication or both.

In order to prevent damage, it is necessary:

  1. a visit to the dentist once a year to check the application of dentures and the general health of the mouth;
  2. to remove the dentures at night so that the mouth “rests” and
  3. to clean carefully and systematically both the dentures and the mouth.

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