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How can implants be used to replace teeth?

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How can implants be used to replace teeth?

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This is an example of how our office uses a single tooth implant to replace a missing tooth. The biggest advantage of this type of treatment is that the adjacent teeth do not need to be cut down to support a bridge. Implant acts as the root of the tooth and when the final crown is placed, it gives you a fully functional replacement of your missing teeth. Single tooth implants can be placed anywhere in the mouth as far back as the 2nd molar region. We can also place multiple implants and a bridge on top of the implants. The traditional alternative to this treatment, a removable partial denture, can be completely avoided. This treatment is perfect for the anterior or posterior portion of the mouth. The advantage over a partial denture is the implant bridge stays in the mouth and cannot be removed, just like your natural teeth. Also it does not cause unnecessary damage to the other teeth in the mouth the way a partial denture does. If you are currently wearing dentures, implants can drama

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