Once a tooth is lost, the effects seem obvious. Depending on where the tooth was along your dental ridge, it might be more or less obvious to others when you smile. However, it’ll be hard to miss the gap every time you brush and floss your remaining teeth, or run your tongue over them. Despite… Read more »
Category: Tooth Loss
As you learn about the ins and outs of dental implants, you may find yourself a little bit stuck regarding how many teeth one can replace with implants. You may wonder if there are additional details regarding the arrangement of those teeth and how that applies to candidacy. To be honest (you will be pleased… Read more »
When a patient loses a tooth, we always urge them to see us about replacing it, usually with a lifelike and long lasting dental implant. Otherwise, serious complications can arise that impact both the patient’s oral health and appearance. What happens we when lose one or more teeth?
When a patient loses a tooth, we may recommend a dental implant. Should a patient lose multiple teeth, we can use multiple implants to secure prosthetics, with implant-retained bridges, partial and full dentures, mini-implants, and even All-on-4 teeth in a day. But what causes missing teeth? Why do we lose teeth as adults?
When a patient loses a tooth, we’re ready to help them enjoy a whole smile again with a lifelike dental implant, or possibly an implant-retained prosthetic. However, we would prefer to help our patients maintain their natural teeth. What can be done to avoid tooth loss?