Multiple Tooth Replacement

The Perfect Solution for Missing Two or More Teeth

If you are one of the many who suffer from the annoying problem of losing multiple teeth without ever having dentures that fit or proves to be less of a hassle, maybe you haven’t heard  what satisfied patients have wisely chosen as their treatment of choice.

Implant treatment is the leading choice for teeth replacement today.  It would take a simple procedure to be done by a dental professional wherein implants are placed directly to the bone, to act as the root of a tooth, thereby stimulating bone growth as well as acting as a base for the abutments to be attached.

Here are the easy steps that would entail for the replacement of missing several teeth with dental implants:

 

Discussion with your dental team

This is a crucial first step since data about you is needed so that the entire team could make a detailed plan of treatment suitable to your specific needs.  Queries should be asked at this time so you will be confident with the procedure that will follow.

 

Placement of the Implant

Through surgery, dental implants are placed.  The purpose of this is to have an instrument that will act as a root and assimilate with the bone and gum tissue, ensuring that it is completely fixated.  The implant will also do the function of stimulating bone cells, which would result to progression of growth necessary for good bone health.

 

Fastening the Abutment

After the completion of the previous implant placement, the next step is to affix the abutments.  Once this is done, measurements of the bridge or the prosthesis will proceed using the placement of the abutments as a benchmark.  Abutments will hold, and act as the connector between the implant and the final prosthesis.

Attachment of Your New Teeth

The final step is the attachment of your prosthesis – or new tooth – over the now durable abutments.  The right fit will be determined by a dental professional who will also check the overall function of your new, durable, and natural-looking teeth!

Follow-up visits will be necessary to make sure that the final prosthesis maintains optimal function.  The frequency of these visits will depend on your specific needs and upon the discretion of your dental health team.

The remarkable results of implant teeth replacement are widely known these days.  Not only that, but there are also a lot of documentation and studies pointing out to very high success rates!  It would greatly improve your way of life if you would take the first step to approach a trusted, and certified dental health professionals to take care of your needs.

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