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Replacing missing teeth

Missing teeth can be distressing, especially if they are missing at the front of the mouth. It can lead to problems if teeth drift into spaces and can even lead to compromised chewing if many teeth are missing.

There are various methods that can be used to replace missing teeth. Which is most appropriate depends on the number of teeth missing, where they are in the mouth and the condition of the remaining teeth.

Implants

Dental implants are custom-made teeth replacements that are permanently attached to your jawbone. Implants are comfortable to wear and allow you to talk, eat and live your life as normal. They are also easy to care for and can last you a lifetime. Dental implants also do not damage healthy teeth, making them the perfect option to achieve your perfect smile. We do not place implants at Delph Dental Practice but will readily refer anyone interested in this treatment to an implant specialist.

» FAQ's about implants

Bridges

A Bridge is usually made up of two crowns for the teeth, one on either side of the gap. These are called abutment teeth – and a false tooth/teeth in between. These false teeth are called “Pontics” and can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials. Bridges are supported by natural teeth or implants.However, they are only possible if you have enough strong teeth with good bone support.

There are many benefits of Dental Bridges, they can restore your smile, restore your ability to properly chew and speak, maintain the shape of your face, distribute the forces in your bite properly by replacing missing teeth or prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position.

» FAQ's about bridges

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Last updated: Tuesday 24 April, 2018