Do you have have a missing tooth? Are you self-conscious about your smile because of it? Do you have a hard time trying to eat without the tooth? It is critically important to replace missing teeth.
Dental Implant FAQs
Dental implants have become common practice over the years when it comes to dentistry. We understnad the concerns that come along with replacing a missing tooth. Here, you can find some of the most commonly asked questions about dental implants.
Occasionally, it is difficult to adapt to full or partial dentures. At first they may feel loose, bulky and awkward while speaking. For a quicker adjustment period, there are simple instructions to follow to make it a bit easier.
Full Arch Dentures
A full arch denture is a removable tooth replacement option for those who need all their teeth replaced. They can be crafted to provide the characteristics (tooth shape and color) the patient desires. Advances have been made in the materials used for dentures and in the way they are designed.
A partial denture may not be the best option for replacing missing teeth but it is the least expensive tooth replacement option when compared to a dental bridge or a dental implant.
A bridge is made up of two or more crowns and is placed in gaps that may occur between your natural teeth. Your natural teeth are used as anchor or abutment teeth to which the bridge is attached. Bridges can be used to restore your smile and your ability to properly chew and speak and help in preventing your natural teeth from moving out of position.