5 Reasons To Replace Missing Teeth

Although not ideal, it is common to need a tooth extracted or to have a tooth fall out due to severe decay, gum disease, trauma to the mouth, and effects following intense medical treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. Many patients question if their missing teeth need to be replaced, especially when a rear molar needs to be removed. Patients often think they can postpone or permanently delay choosing a tooth replacement and leave the space empty because it is not visible. At Aesthetic Smile Design, we always recommend replacing a tooth no matter where it is in your mouth.

Are You a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Are you missing a tooth and have been contemplating dental implants but are not sure if you would be a candidate? We know that many patients who need to choose a tooth replacement option are eager to make that choice quickly, and the popularity of dental implants have many leaning towards this method. We support this choice, as dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically implanted into the jawbone and finished off with a replacement tooth, such as a crown, that is placed on top.

Missing Teeth Can Be A Real Bummer

Missing teeth can really be a bummer. Many times, it’s even more difficult to determine the proper treatment plan that is best for your mouth, budget, and lifestyle. Some procedures, like traditional implants, may seem too invasive, while others, such as a bridge or dentures, might not have the long-term capability that you’re looking for. There is another option that is almost like a marriage of all these options. Continue reading to see if you are willing to say yes to this unique tooth replacement option.

The Surprising Solution to Fix Your Long-Term Dental Health

Do you struggle with a missing tooth or even multiple missing teeth? Not only can this be damaging to your self-esteem, but over time it can cause health risks to your dental health as well as your overall health. Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of issues, such as tooth decay, cavities, injury to the mouth, prolonged damage, recurring issues, and aging. One long-term solution to these problems is dental implants. Dental implants have many advantages to improve both short-term and long-term dental health.