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The alternatives to dental implants for the replacement of missing teeth are:
Dentures are prosthetic devices made of plastic or metal to replace missing teeth. It can replace one tooth, several teeth or a full jaw.
We have an in–house laborotary for same day service to help you reline, fix broken clasps and/or add teeth to your dentures, so that we can help you to maintain those dentures and also have a dentist check your bite at your regular visits.
Dental bridges are used to replace a missing tooth by joining an artificial tooth permanently to adjacent teeth.
We offer three types of dental bridges:
- A false tooth known as a pontic is fused between two porcelain crowns to fill in the area left by the missing tooth.
- Cantilever bridges are commonly used on the front teeth, where there is less stress. It involves anchoring the false tooth on one side over one or more natural adjacent teeth.
- This type of bridge is less expensive and primarily used on the front teeth. It uses metal or ceramic wings that are bonded to the adjacent teeth hidden from view, thus, reduces the amount of preparation on the adjacent tooth and is a very conservative option.