with an Implant-supported Bridge
Dental implants are a permanent, attractive and effective solution for people who have suffered multiple tooth losses due to decay, trauma or periodontal disease. Implants are natural-looking, durable and comfortable, making them an ideal option for restoring your smile and oral functioning.
Implants are permanently anchored in the jawbone and provide a stable support for artificial teeth. Unlike dentures, dental implants do not click or slip and will not fall out or move while eating, speaking or participating in activities. This increased security and comfort is one of the reasons that dental implants are the preferred solution for the replacement of several missing teeth.
for Multiple Teeth Replacement
Bridges, once the primary method for multi-tooth replacement, are inferior to dental implants because they are supported by the adjacent teeth. To place a bridge, the patient’s healthy teeth must be ground down and capped to support the bridge, which spans the space left by missing teeth. Grinding down the teeth weakens them, which can create more dental problems in the future. Dental implants are inserted without damaging the adjacent teeth and can actually improve oral hygiene because they allow for easier access between the teeth.