Dealing with tooth loss can be frustrating and traumatizing. I want to help my patients navigate their tooth replacement journey with the least amount of stress possible. Most patients that experience tooth loss have heard of dentures and implants, as they have been popular for quite a number of years. What if neither of those options are the best fit for the patient? I often recommend a treatment that offers the best of both worlds. Continue reading to learn more about this lesser known tooth replacement option.
Have you recently experienced a tooth extraction or learned that you need to have a tooth replaced? Whether you have experienced decay, an illness, trauma to the mouth, or effects of gum disease, we are here to help you. Depending on the location of your problem area, you might be wondering if you need to replace the tooth, especially if it is one of the rear molars. We are here to tell you that, no matter the location, teeth should always be replaced. It is beneficial to the overall health of your mouth and surrounding teeth. Read on to learn more.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted and need to decide on a tooth replacement option? Or perhaps you have been missing teeth for quite some time and are ready to make the investment in replacing your teeth. There are many reasons that a patient might be missing a tooth, such as severe decay, an accident, a medical condition, medication, or family history. Whatever the reason for needing a tooth replaced, we know that it can be tough to decide which option is best for your lifestyle and budget. We offer a variety of options that can help you restore the functionality of your teeth and help you love your smile again.
When a person loses their teeth, the jawbone tends to shrink and reshape over time, which causes regular dentures to become unstable within the dental arch. As a result this makes it difficult for the denture to fit comfortably or function properly.
When was the last time you looked in the mirror and smiled? Did the appearance of your teeth make you happy? Was there something you wanted to change? If you’ve lost all or most of your natural teeth due to trauma, gum disease, or tooth decay, you can restore your smile. At Caring Dental of…