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Dental bridges can be used to replace a single missing tooth or a few teeth in one area. A bridge uses. Using durable materials, we’ll create a false tooth fused to crowns which will be fitted to your existing teeth on both sides of the space left where your tooth is missing. While bridges are a great option, they can be difficult to keep clean.
Single Dental Implant
A single dental implant can replace an individual missing tooth in nearly any area of the mouth. Implants offer a stable, long-lasting, and natural looking tooth replacement. They’re easy to keep clean and can be maintained just like a natural tooth.
Implants for Multiple Missing Teeth
For multiple missing teeth in one area, we can create a bridge using dental implants in place of natural teeth as the supports for the replacement teeth.
Partial dentures are a removable option to replace missing teeth in an arch where you still have stable natural teeth. It can be supported by the gum tissue, or clasps that hook onto your existing teeth. Partial dentures have many limitations and can be uncomfortable to wear.
Traditional dentures are removable prosthetic devices that replace missing teeth. They are typically made of acrylic resin or a combination of acrylic and metal, and are designed to fit snugly over the gums. They can be full or partial, depending on the number of teeth that need to be replaced, and are held in place by suction or a special adhesive. Traditional dentures are an affordable option for those who have lost multiple teeth, but they can be less stable and comfortable than other options, such as implant-supported dentures.
We’ll show you around our office so you can become familiar with where the exam rooms, restrooms, and exits are. We also do our best to provide attentive care, so you’ll rarely be left alone during your appointment.
The next step of your appointment is a personalized consultation with our dentist. This is the ideal time to discuss what you like and dislike about your smile as well as any dental issues you may be experiencing.