The loss of teeth leads to changes in the morphology of the maxilla.
In the case of complete tooth loss, edentuolism only a mucosa-supported denture can be made, because the “factors” that play a major role in anchoring and supporting, the teeth, are no longer available for anchorage.
This of course has an impact on the stability and functionality of the denture and thus on the patient’s chewing ability and quality of life. In the case of a well-preserved alveolar crest, there is still a good chance of realization of a complete denture with good functional stability. There are partial and complete removable dentures.