Replacement of Missing Teeth

Any number of tasks, including eating and speaking, might become immediately problematic if one or more teeth are lost. If missing teeth are not replaced, the condition of the mouth may deteriorate over time. Your jaw’s remaining teeth gradually move in an effort to close the space created by a missing tooth over time. Therefore, it is advised to replace missing teeth as soon as feasible.

Note: If your wisdom teeth is removed, there is no requirement for a replacement. After a tooth is extracted, there are several alternatives for filling the gap, including fixed teeth and detachable ones. Look at the information below.

 Dental Implants

In order to replace a missing part or structural defect, implants are simply artificial things that the body naturally accepts. To restore a person’s appearance or health, for instance, there are many different types of implants that are employed in medicine. such as a hip or knee implant.

We have the option of dental implants when it comes to replacing a missing tooth or teeth.

An artificial tooth root, called a dental implant, serves as the foundation for a crown. Dentists who specialize in implantology perform dental implants, which are currently the most natural option to replace missing teet


A denture is a dental appliance that is removable and is used to replace missing teeth and the supporting dental tissues. Along with restoring your teeth, it also improves speech and the contour and function of your face.

Currently, there are just two types of dentures available:

For toothless mouths, a full denture
Patients who lack teeth may benefit from partial dentures

Another variety, known as an instantaneous denture, is worn as soon as teeth are removed.

Crown & Bridge

A tooth with a considerable loss of structure is covered by a dental crown or dental cap, a tailored restoration. A thimble cap over your finger is analogous to them. The repair and preservation of teeth to a specific size and shape is accomplished with dental crowns. Additionally to adding strength, crowns enhance the tooth’s look.

An artificial dental prosthesis, also known as a dental restoration, known as a dental crown is placed on top of a tooth that has been broken or decayed to provide it strength and function.

While maintaining the tooth’s appearance, the dental crown strengthens the tooth’s structural integrity.
Using dental cement, an adhesive, the crown is affixed to an existing tooth that has been treated.