Missing Tooth Replacement

 In Cosmetic Dentistry

Do you dream of the perfect smile every night? Are your missing teeth holding you back from doing the things you love? Are you embarrassed to laugh or smile because of the gaps in your smile? Do people get the wrong impression of you because you don’t smile anymore? Several studies have indicated that having a good smile and using it can help you land the next big job or promotion, find the next big date, and can even impact your ability to make friends. Unfortunately, missing teeth don’t do anything for the aesthetics of your smile. Luckily, the cosmetic dentistry industry has everything you need to love your smile again! There are various, effective ways to fill the holes in your smile, raise your confidence, change your look drastically, and yes, even improve your life! As more and more people begin to realize the effects that their smiles are having on their lives, it brings more and more people to the cosmetic dentistry industry. It may be hard to believe, but replacing missing teeth is one of the most popular procedures. Whether it’s partial dentures, full dentures, or dental implants, your local cosmetic dentist has you covered regardless of budget and oral dilemma. Let’s explore how your local dentist can help you replace missing teeth, how each treatment works, and how to choose the treatment that is right for you.

Dental implants

dental implants

No need to worry if you don’t like the thought of dentures! Dental implants are a more permanent tooth replacement option. Dental implants securely and permanently replacing missing teeth, achieving not only a better smile, but also a healthier mouth. Dental implants consist of a titanium peg that gets placed in the jawbone to simulate the tooth root before a dental crown is then placed over top of the peg to simulate natural tooth structure.
How to choose the right treatment for you?



Dentures are the most common type of treatment for missing teeth. There are two types of dentures: partial and complete. Replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-coloured base, and connected by metal framework, securing the denture are known as partial dentures. Partial dentures are used when one or more teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. Complete dentures are either “conventional” or “immediate”. Ready for placement in the mouth approximately 8-12 weeks after all teeth have been removed, conventional dentures are the more common of the two.

Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be placed immediately after the teeth have been removed. Complete dentures are utilized when no teeth remain in either the upper or the lower jaw.

Deciding which treatment is the right one for you can be extremely challenging. However, it really comes down to cost in the end. Dental implants are a better option for your mouth and require less attention, but are generally relatively expensive. If you can swallow the cost, then dental implants are right for you! However, if you want to quickly, effectively, and affordably enhance your smile and change your life, dentures are also a wonderful option. Discuss your treatment options with your local dental professional for advice on what treatment will be best suited to you. Change your look and live a better life by replacing your missing teeth!

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