Multiple Tooth Implants
Canyon Oral and Facial Surgery knows that finding a solution for multiple missing teeth can be a nerve-wracking and stressful time. We are here to make that process go as smoothly as we can. If you have issues with multiple teeth, implants could still be a good idea for you. There are a variety of ways that we can go about this as well. To find the method that our experts best recommend for you, give us a call today to schedule a consultation with us where we can answer all of your questions.
How Do Implants Work?Implants are small dental appliances that are surgically installed into the bones in your jaw. They work as the roots to false teeth and keep your jaw healthy and strong while giving you strength back in your mouth to eat and talk with ease and comfort again. They are a great option for missing teeth, whether you have one tooth that needs replacing or several.
Permanent BridgesOne option for the replacement of multiple teeth is a permanent bridge. These are three or more false teeth that can be mounted onto implants that are surgically installed into your jaw. The bridge is secured in place by the implants but can cover a gap between two implants as well. This means more coverage with fewer surgeries. These bridges are cosmetically and functionally pleasing. They look and feel just like natural teeth, and they also give you back the freedom to eat nearly any food once more. This is a better option than removable partial dentures or temporary bridges because it causes far less irritation to the gums and does not give the same space for bacteria buildup that a removable appliance has the potential to supply.
Full Permanent DenturesStandard dentures that you tend to see are removable pieces that can cause irritation to the gums and bone loss beneath the surface of your gums. They are uncomfortable and tend to move. However, there is a permanent option, and those dentures utilize the strategic placement of four to six implants that then are connected to a full set of dentures to replace all of your teeth. This option is far more stable and far healthier for your mouth and jaw. This option does not decrease flavor sensitivity, nor does it limit your options for food in the way that traditional dentures would. They also look far more natural.
Whatever your reason for needing to fill in multiple gaps, Canyon Oral and Facial Surgery can get the job done. We are more than happy to help find the best solution for you, and we will take all of your specific needs and desires into account to get your smile as radiant as you have dreamed it to be. No matter how many implants we install, our experts will do it safely and efficiently, and you will be well looked after in our care. Be sure to give us a call today to set up an appointment to see what we can do for you!
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