Allergy to dental prostheses: does it happen and on what materials?

Аллергия на зубные протезы: бывает ли и на какие именно материалы?Regular readers and visitors, happy to welcome you! For certain reasons, we sometimes need to change the natural teeth to dentures. In modern time this procedure is relatively inexpensive, thus demand.

It would seem that replace natural teeth artificial and don’t know more problems. But, unfortunately, the problems after such an operation can occur, and more serious than the trip to the dentist.

Allergy to dentures — a terrible thing can ruin not only the aesthetics of the mouth, but also your health. I propose to study this type of Allergy in detail and determine what dental restorations can provoke negative reaction from organism.

The reasons for rejection by the body dentures

Negative reaction after the installation of artificial teeth can affect anyone, regardless of gender and age. Provoke not the procedure itself, and the materials from which are made artificial replacements of teeth.

Intolerance can cause anything: metal, plastic, drugs used during the operation, etc. please see list of materials potentially dangerous to hypersensitive people.

The dentures provokes hypersensitivity?

Are you curious about what materials are used in dentistry, can cause allergic? Then here is a small list of hazardous constituents dentures.

Аллергия на зубные протезы: бывает ли и на какие именно материалы?Metals — Nickel, cobalt, copper, chromium, and metal alloys. These are the most common stimuli that often provoke allergic disorders.

Metals are used for attaching the prosthesis to the jaw. They are present in the construction of removable and permanent dentures, and also in the cheap crowns.

The combination of different metals that causes «galvanic syndrome». If the mouth are different metals at the same time, it may be pseudoallergy due to the fact that they do not contact with each other.

Between different metals, galvanic currents arise that are harmful to humans as it leads to sleep disorders, severe salivation, poisoning.

Plastic — exclusively Monomeric. Allergic intolerance to plastics-monomers appears infrequently, but still. In addition, the disorder can provoke acrylic and other dyes used for the restoration of dentures.

Safe for hypersensitive people artificial teeth.

Modern dentures can truly be hypoallergenic. A hypersensitive person should choose artificial dentures:

  • ceramics — a material that does not enter into any reactions with the mucous membranes and saliva;
  • gold and other precious metals, as they are not oxidized;
  • titanium is more affordable than precious metals, and equally safe;
  • dentures, Quadrotti — nylon made from soft plastics.

Assuming you already have inserted the dentures. Suddenly you became ill. How to determine that this is an allergic attack and not something else? This will help the symptoms, described in detail below.

Signs of intolerance of artificial teeth

What is the adverse reaction of allergies to dentures? It is characterized by the following features:

  • redness, itching and swelling of mucous membranes in the mouth;
  • irritation inside the cheeks, tongue, and lips;
  • discomfort in the oral cavity of a different nature, such as dryness or excessive salivation, bitter taste, sour taste, sore throat;
  • the aggravation of bronchial asthma;
  • rashes of different nature in the mouth, on the skin near lips, on the hands;
  • temperature rise;
  • the most dangerous — swelling Kwinke, when swollen throat, lips, neck, eyelids, genitals and deterioration of breathing.

What to do if your body reacts negatively to new false teeth? Of course, to treat the problem.

Allergy treatment: how is the reaction on the prosthesis in the oral cavity?

The body can tell us about intolerance at any time — half an hour after the installation of artificial teeth, a day or a month later. In any case, you will have to immediately remove the stimulus.

If the dentures are removable, remove them immediately and rinse the mouth thoroughly with plain water. If persistent, contact the clinic in which you set them.

The symptoms of the disease will help to relieve antihistamine. Popular these days are:

  • Suprastin;
  • Tavegil;
  • Desal;
  • Zyrtec;
  • Zodak;
  • Claritin.

Such drugs should appoint an allergist, so do not neglect the services of the doctor if you experience an allergic attack. Than to treat the disorder in addition to an antihistamine? Can use antiallergic recipes of traditional medicine.

Аллергия на зубные протезы: бывает ли и на какие именно материалы?Traditional medicine, namely decoctions of herbs, will accelerate the healing process of the mucous membranes in the mouth.

Against allergic irritations and rashes are used decoctions of herbs: celandine, chamomile, calendula and others, possessing anti-inflammatory and astringent effects.

In the future, the hypersensitive individual must determine what it reacts with the body.

To do this, hold Allergy tests: local tests, excluding therapy, blood tests for antibodies. Knowing what you can’t, you can make yourself hypoallergenic dentures. By the way, these are already on sale.

«Aqua-Fri» — a new generation of artificial teeth, is completely safe for Allergy sufferers

Dentures «ACRI-fries» are so named in honor of the upgraded and improved material — plastic, in which there are no available monomers. Above, we discussed that hypersensitivity cause the monomers of the kind of components of plastic.

Аллергия на зубные протезы: бывает ли и на какие именно материалы?Thus, the «ACRI-free» absolutely hypoallergenic.

«ACRI-free» is a detachable design is made individually for each patient. They have many additional advantages, e.g., easy, realistic, simple, hygienic.

With such prostheses, anti-allergic treatment you need.

And finally, view helpful videos about the types of dentures.

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The author: Elena Smirnova (dermatologist)

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