Multiple Missing Teeth
- Removable partial denture
- Tooth-supported fixed bridge
- Implant supported bridge
Implant Supported Bridge
An Implant Supported Bridge consists of an implant, or series of implants, that anchor a dental bridge to the patient’s bone. Implant bridges can help preserve healthy, adjacent natural teeth while maintaining the integrity of facial structures. Implant supported bridges are a superior tooth replacement apparatus because of their aesthetics, comfort, and prevention of bone resorption (deterioration). Dental implants look, act, and feel like a patients natural teeth. With the tooth biting ability restored, patients are able to eat the foods they love. This includes foods like crunchy or sticky snacks.
Tooth-Supported Fixed Bridge
A tooth-supported fixed bridge consists of a replacement tooth that fits a gap between teeth. They require that healthy adjacent teeth be ground down to anchor points for the bridge. These fixed bridges offer strength, stability, and will even feel and function like your natural teeth. Tooth-supported fixed bridges tend to last about 12 years. Major Dental Clinics can help repair or replace your tooth-supported fixed bridge when it is appropriate.
Removable Partial Denture
Removable partial dentures are exactly what the name implies: a denture that is removable and covers part of the mouth. Removable partials are designed to be held in your mouth with clasps that grab onto your remaining natural teeth, but can be removed and reinserted without professional help. While removable partial dentures will last patients about 5 years, they may have a negative effect on the health of the surrounding teeth, gums, and bones.
Through the use of advanced technology and skilled dental specialists, Major Dental Clinics can help restore and repair your smile. Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, our prosthodontists will discuss treatment options and then customize a treatment plan based on your personal needs. Click here to schedule your complimentary consultation.