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Replacement of Missing Teeth

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Replacement of Missing Teeth

Tooth loss is a very common problem nowadays. Missing teeth can cause problems with eating and speech as well. Having healthy teeth is very important for your overall health, smile, and self-confidence. So, different types of tooth replacements exist for you to have a healthy smile again.


Dentures (artificial teeth) are synthetic replacements for missing natural teeth. Tooth decay, gum disease, facial injuries, and aging can lead to tooth loss. Dentures are designed to help fill out your facial profile and improve your appearance. They also make it easier to eat, chew, and speak regularly. Some dentures replace a few missing teeth while others replace all teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues.

Regardless of what kind of dentures you may need, they will be customized to fit your mouth, and visually matched to your existing teeth. 

Dental Implants

A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium metal. It is inserted into the jawbone to replace the root of the natural tooth. An artificial replacement tooth is attached to the implant. The implant acts as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth in place.  The body of a dental implant consists of three pieces that serve different functions.

The implant (or screw) serves as the tooth’s artificial root. The abutment is the connecting post between the implant screw and crown. The crown is the ‘fake’ tooth that rests on top of the abutment. They match the shape and look of your natural teeth.



A dental bridge is a dental prosthesis (artificial tooth)  used to replace one or more missing teeth, supported by one or more teeth on either side of a missing tooth. Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth and they cannot be removed by the patient. The two teeth on either side of the missing tooth must be prepared for crowns.

Dental bridges look a lot like natural teeth and make it easier for you to speak and chew. They are easy to care for and can last for 10 years or more with good oral hygiene..