Dental Implants Services at 4th Floor Dental
We Help You To Find Out Best Solution For Replacing Missing Teeth
Dental implants are a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. They are titanium posts that are surgically implanted into the jawbone. The posts function like roots and anchor the replacement tooth in place. Implants can be used to replace single or multiple missing teeth and can also be used to provide support for dentures.
Bridges consist of artificial teeth attached to two crowns on either side of the space where a tooth is missing, with crowns on the adjacent teeth providing support. Bridges offer an attractive alternative to dental implants as they have all of the benefits of an implant with none of the surgery required. They also work well when there is not enough bone in your mouth for an implant or if you don’t want the cost of an implant, as bridges tend to be less expensive.
The Difference Between a Bridge and an Implant
Reasons for Choosing an Implant or a Bridge as Treatment for Missing Teeth
Dental Implant Procedure and Bridge Placement Procedure
Dental implants are designed to replace missing teeth and support dental prostheses such as dentures, partials, or full dentures. The implant is made of titanium and is placed in the jawbone, where it will fuse with the bone over time.
A bridge can replace one or more missing teeth on either side of the mouth. It consists of a false tooth (or teeth) connected by a metal framework to two dental crowns. These crowns are attached to natural teeth on either side of the gap.
The procedure for dental implants starts with an examination by a dentist, who will assess your suitability for treatment. You may also need x-rays. These scans help determine if you have enough bone structure in your jaw for an implant.
If you are suitable for treatment, you can schedule an appointment to get started. Both are suitable options for missing one or many missing teeth. Dental implants can also help replace many missing teeth at one time by using the support posts implanted in the jaw to support a permanent bridge-style implant.
Both are very viable solutions to missing teeth that need to be replaced. There are many reasons that people lose their teeth, from poor hygiene to accidents. However, we provide solutions to assist those with teeth gone missing with a viable solution. Let us work with you. Call today.