If you’re missing several teeth, multiple tooth dental implants can replace them as well as some of their roots.
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This procedure replaces multiple missing teeth with dental implants and allows you to enjoy a strong, long-term replacement for missing teeth.
Restore confidence and rebuild quality of life
Enjoy a strong, long-term replacement for missing teeth with dental implants. Made from titanium or ceramic, dental implants are artificial tooth roots which are surgically inserted into the jaw to replace the missing root. Titanium implants integrate well with your jawbone providing a strong foundation for crowns to be securely attached as a replacement tooth.
Dental implants look, feel and function just like your natural teeth, enabling you to speak clearly, eat with enjoyment and restore your smile for life.
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Multiple implants are used to restore the teeth of patients who have lost several teeth due to gum disease, trauma, decay or congenital defects.
Multiple implants require a multi-staged process to ensure success. During each stage, a small amount of bone is removed from around the implants and the implant site is allowed to heal before the next step. The result is a stable foundation for your new teeth that will give your smile a stronger and longer lasting appearance.
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Your dentist can place one implant at each end of the gap. The implants will support crowns, and the crowns will support 1 – 3 pontics between them. Thus, in total, two dental implants can replace up to five teeth.
Depending upon the condition of the person’s gums and jawbone, a single implant can sometimes be placed to support two adjacent teeth. More commonly, multiple implants are used to anchor fixed bridges or removable partials.
Two or three implants can be placed adjacent to each other to retain multiples crowns. An implant supported bridge is a structure similar to a traditional dental bridge with the exception that it is supported by implants rather than natural teeth.
A straightforward dental implant, for a patient with good bones and who does not need a lot of soft tissue surgery, has a pain level between two and three in the first 24 to 48 hours, which means over-the-counter medication like Tylenol or Advil will take care of any discomfort they are feeling.