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Methods of restoring missing teeth

Teeth that are missing from the smile can have a negative impact on one’s appearance. Additionally, it can result in reduced chewing, biting, and speaking efficiency. When the smile doesn’t function at its best or look the way it should, it should be addressed as soon as possible.

Missing teeth can be restored using many different techniques. Dental bridges are porcelain restorations that can be placed over the adjacent teeth to replace a missing tooth, while partial dentures can be fabricated to fit over the dental arch and accomplish the same goal. However, an alternative such as dental implants can provide maximum impact while allowing patients to enjoy one of the best replacement options available.

Missing teeth

Dental implants are titanium posts that can be placed into the jawbone and restored with a dental crown. The implant is the strongest and most stable of all replacements, as it derives its strength from the bone. This provides an unbeatable method of addressing missing teeth.

Dental implants can last a lifetime. The dental crown placed over the top is custom-fabricated to match the color, shape, and appearance of the other teeth within the dental arch for seamless integration. Patients find that dental implants function like natural teeth do, and require minimal attention. 

Teeth Replacement options

Candidates for dental implants must have sufficient bone structure underneath their gum tissue. The bone is required to hold the implant in place. Osseointegration has to occur to stabilize the implant. Patients with substantial bone loss may consider having bone grafting done to allow the placement of a dental implant in place of the missing natural tooth. This procedure may be referred to a periodontal specialist who can surgically place the implant for the patient.

You have considered ways to restore your smile after tooth loss, contact SmileMoreToday to enjoy a restorative treatment such as dental implants to beautify your smile!