Dentists had limited options to replace missing teeth. Accidents, deep cavities, or gum disease could compromise their longevity. And since teeth come as a complete set, even a single missing tooth can disrupt chewing, the first step in digestion. As teeth slowly tip and migrate into open spaces, wear and cracking from excessive forces can create a series of problems.
When it’s time to replace one or more missing teeth, you may have several options. Dental implants help many people enjoy normal chewing and a full smile, but there are other possibilities, too.
We know patients often feel confused sorting through the various choices. Our background in restorative dentistry allows us to develop solutions for every scenario.