Many people might lose their teeth throughout the years – whether it’s due to old age or lack of proper dental hygiene. You might feel embarrassed over the loss of teeth, and might not know what are your treatment options. With the advancement of modern dentistry and technology, there are many solutions available and you no longer have to suffer and struggle with missing teeth because solutions such as dental implants can save the look and health of your smile!
Here are 4 ways to replace your missing teeth and get back your quality of life!
Dentures are one of the most common solutions for people when they deal with missing teeth. Dentures are inexpensive compared to other treatments like dental implants and you don’t have to wait for months before you can get a new set of dentures. Dentures, when done and fitted properly, can help to restore your smile and your ability to chew.
2. Dental Implants
If you want a more permanent solution for your missing teeth, dental implants would be the alternative solution. Dental Implants are the gold standard for missing teeth. It is permanent and made to look almost like your real tooth. There are many different types of dental implants – single implant, multiple implants and full arch implants. Not everyone is suitable to do dental implants, so it will be best to get a consultation with a Specialist and consider all your options before deciding on the treatment.
It is also very important to choose the right dentist and clinic to do your dental implants. At T32 Implant Centre, we are a one-stop destination that provides patients with implant treatments and services.
3. Implant-Supported Denture
Implant-supported denture is a type of denture that is attached and supported by either 4-6 implants. Regular dentures rest on the gums, and is not supported by any implants. An implant-supported denture is suitable for patients who still have bone in their jaw to be used for implant surgery.
A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap. These two anchoring teeth are called abutment teeth and the false tooth is in between. Dental bridges can be supported by natural teeth or implants. Bridges can restore your smile and the ability to chew and speak properly. Bridges are meant to look like your natural teeth and prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position.