Chapter 15 of "A Guide to Dental-Comfort Breakthroughs -Especially if You Hate Going to the Dentist!"
Dental Implants Work Very Well with A Single Or Multiple Missing Teeth
We've talked about dentures (missing all teeth) and partial dentures and bridges (missing some teeth), and there's good news for those missing just 1 or 2 teeth.
Today we can replace single teeth, several teeth in a section of the jaw, or the entire arches of teeth. Dental implants allow you to go from the state of advanced gum disease with its loose and uncomfortable, infected teeth to a full set of non-removable teeth.
Every situation involving missing teeth presents its own set of unique requirements and there are ways to meet almost every need.
Almost All People with Missing Teeth Can Benefit From Implants
It is rare that a person cannot receive an implant or a combination of implant types. There are simply too many new versions available. Even if you were recently told it's not possible, it's very likely that it is and that's why this special Method is sought out.
There are no two people alike in their need for dental reconstruction and different needs for implants within the same jaw exists too. Today we have many types of implants available and designed to accommodate multiple problems. The ability to utilize multiple implant techniques is an essential ingredient to the successful use of implants. No one design will cover all situations.
Function, appearance, comfort and amount of inconvenience you are experiencing dictate implant selection.
"I can't recommend having your implant care done with sedation dentistry highly enough. It is the only way to have treatment. Before, my dentist could never get me numb. It always hurt. None of that happened with Dr. Menard. I can order what I want on the menu now instead of pasta for every meal and my teeth look great! I even got to eat what I wanted on vacation for the first time since I can remember."
Don?Banker, Burlington, Sedation, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry Patient
Call us to schedule your consultation at 800-819-0554.
Dr. Andre Menard
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