Replacing Multiple Teeth

Multiple tooth loss is one of the biggest issues that can arise from an accident, a genetic condition, aging, etc. 

One or more missing teeth can be replaced in several ways relying on how many teeth need to be renewed; one of these options may be preferred over the other. 

 Dental bridge:

One initial option for replacing one or more missing teeth is a dental bridge. 

The bridge is a fixed dental prosthesis that resembles a line of consecutive dental crowns joined together. One or more missing teeth are replaced by the bridge.

It is possible to fill the gap left by the missing tooth thanks to this covert, aesthetically pleasing, and comfortable solution. Nevertheless, the bridge must be supported adequately by the teeth on either side.

Dental Implant:

Another option that is frequently used to replace one or more missing teeth is the dental implant.

A dental implant is a tiny titanium root that can replace one or more missing teeth. The implant can be covered with a crown implant after the healing process is finished.

When the teeth next to the edentulous space are healthy, placing a dental implant is ideal. 

Dental implants are the best option for replacing one or more missing teeth because they are secure, long-lasting, and simple to care for.

Metal structure prosthesis:

A metal-structured prosthesis is typically used when several teeth are missing and it is a removable prosthesis, this prosthesis is made with hooks that rest on the natural teeth to keep it in place. It can be worn in both the upper and lower jaws.

Detachable dentures provide excellent stability and are less expensive than other replacement options.

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