A locator prosthesis is a combination of fixed and removable dentures to provide a complete edentulous jaw. As a rule, a locator prosthesis with four implants per jaw is attached. Each implant contains a so-called locator. This construction element has at the upper end a flat male part, which fits exactly into the counterpart in the removable denture, the female part. Both fasteners fit together to provide a strong and stable connection, similar to a button on clothes or bags. The titanium locators are easy to care for and offer a defined hold for the actual plastic locator prosthesis.