Implants & Bone Grafting
Why You Shouldn’t
The Solution Right
1. Bridge on natural teeth consist of high-strength dental ceramic. Built with natural-looking replacement teeth, these bridges are anchored to the adjacent teeth. To secure the bridge, the adjacent teeth are reduced in size. This method requires certain oral conditions, and it does not prevent further bone loss.
2. Bridge on implants use modern technology: a durable bridge with natural-looking replacement teeth is securely positioned onto dental implants. Healthy, adjacent teeth are left untouched. Dental implants are strong, biocompatible fixtures made of titanium, and they function just like natural roots.
Damaged or Missing
1. Restoring a damaged tooth: crown on a natural tooth. Here, the tooth is ground down far enough so that a new crown can be placed on the remaining healthy and natural tooth structure. This provides a strong, natural foundation for the new crown.
Replacing a missing tooth: crown on implant. If you are missing one tooth, including the root, the dental crown will be attached to a dental implant. The implant serves as a foundation for your dental crown. This method does not affect your adjacent healthy teeth.
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