Missing Teeth

Tooth loss can be the result of tooth decay, gum disease, tooth pulp disease, severe wear, failing old fillings or trauma. The condition of missing one or more teeth is called edentulism. Missing teeth can be replaced in a number of ways including dentures, bridges or implants.

Your individual oral condition and situation will be assessed and the appropriate prosthesis will be recommended for you.

Removeable Partial and Full Dentures

Dentures are made of plastic denture teeth in dental acrylic resin or metal bases. They are removable prostheses and can replace several missing teeth in an arch (Removable Partial Dentures) or all the teeth in an arch (Full Dentures).
View of whole upper arch showing missing teeth, to be restored with partial denture,

View of whole upper arch showing missing teeth, to be restored with partial denture,

Fixed Bridges

Fixed Bridges is a permanent, fixed dental restoration that is used to span (or bridge) an edentulous area, usually by connecting to crowns or retainers on adjacent teeth (abutments) for support.
View from front showing missing LATERAL INCISORS, to be restored with MARYLAND BRIDGE.

View from front showing missing LATERAL INCISORS, to be restored with MARYLAND BRIDGE.

View to show tooth preparations before restoring with FIXED BRIDGE.

View to show tooth preparations before restoring with FIXED BRIDGE.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are artificial tooth root replacements and are used to support permanent, fixed prostheses that resemble a tooth or group of teeth.
X-ray showinig successful implant of the lower left molar.

X-ray showinig successful implant of the lower left molar.

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