Multiple Missing Teeth and Dental Implant Options

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Multiple Missing Teeth and Dental Implant Options

While dental implants are an excellent option for a single missing tooth they are also in many cases the perfect choice for those with a large number of missing teeth. For example, the implant supported bridge works very well when it comes to replacing several teeth that have gone missing due to injury or disease. If several teeth in a row are gone a dental bridge supported by implants is an ideal option. Best of all this kind of implant option does not require a dental implant on each missing tooth.

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This is simply due to the fact that the crowns are conveniently connected to one another, creating a perfect bridge over the missing teeth. Offering a very stable foundation, Implant-supported bridges ensure excellent functionality and appearance. They give the patient maximum chewing power and with exact color matching and dental implants look virtually like natural teeth. In truth, dental implant technology is quite impressive by anyone’s standards as it relates to modern dentistry. With so much to offer implants are clearly a smart choice today.

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Ensure Long-Term Performance Even if Several Teeth are Missing

Another option today when talking about implants is that of multiple individual implants. This is a case where the patient prefers to have placed individual implants and crowns for each missing tooth. It is a great way to increase functionality and ensure long-term performance even if several teeth are missing in a row. Whether using dental implants for a dental bridge or multiple teeth replacement, patients have more options today than ever before in terms of the safe and reliable replacement of missing teeth. Contact your dentist in Walnut Creek, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental today for more information on multiple missing teeth and dental implant options.

References:
[1] Dental Implant Success Rates as Related to Dental Bridges
[2] Learn More About Porcelain Bridges

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