Removable prostheses are applied in cases where the abutment teeth cannot bear the future load, in cases involving large tooth deficiency or in missing tooth areas that do not end with teeth. If there is a tooth to be taken as a fulcrum in the mouth, it is called a partial prosthesis if there is no tooth left and if it fits on the tissue surface, it is called a total prosthesis. Partial prosthesis are dental and tissue supported prosthetic applications. For tooth support, the part of the tooth under the curved area close to the gum is provided with the ends called crochet. The tissue support provides the tissue surface where the prosthesis sits. Thus, the force is distributed to the teeth and tissue.