Your Options for Replacing Missing Teeth

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If you are considering replacing a missing tooth or extracting a tooth, a top dentist will advise you to weigh your options before replacing a missing tooth.

Having a space between teeth can cause problems for your teeth and gums. Without fixing a good tooth in the missing space, the surrounding teeth can drift or shift towards the gap. You may lose teeth alignment or experience severe complications with your gums.

Dental Bridge.

A Dental bridge is a perfect recommendation for people with strong and healthy teeth.

Dental crowns are used on the teeth on either side of the gap and a false tooth fills the void in between. The adjacent teeth need to be prepared by cutting them down. The enamel is removed to make room for the bridge.

Dental Implants.

Dental implants is highly recommended for replacing a missing tooth. Dental implants involve using a metal device that serves as a root providing rigidity for the tooth base and surgically placed into the gum that bonds with the existing bone.

Once it merges to the bone, a built structure is formed which is used to place the dental crown that will take the place of the missing tooth.

 

Dentures.

Where multiple teeth are missing, the use of dentures or partial ventures is considered a good option.

Dentures are used as a perfect teeth replacement which can act as existing teeth and fit onto the gums.

Using a bonding agent, dentures are held into place and are often indistinguishable from natural teeth.

With so many options available to replace a missing tooth, the decision is best made by consulting your dentist and weighing all of your options. There are advantages and disadvantages to all of the options and factors such as time, cost and time of healing can influence your decision. To learn more about smile restoration serving Houston, call Hyatt Dental. To make an appointment, call (832) 232-5353

 

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