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The Types of Teeth That Dental Implants Can Replace
Posted on 10/25/2021 by Dr. Michael Allard
Regardless of the type, missing a tooth can have a daunting effect on anyone. The good news is that a simple dental implant procedure can correct the situation. Dental implants serve as replacements for the roots of missing teeth. Through a process known as fusion, they integrate with our jawbones easily because our bodies do not recognize them as foreign objects. Thanks to technology and scientific advancement in the dental industry, dental implants have a very high success rate which means that anyone can benefit.
Types of Teeth That Benefit From Dental Implants
The need to restore normal tooth functions and our natural looks led to the invention of dental implants. Today, it is possible to replace any tooth, be it a molar, premolar, canine, or incisors. In other words, our dentists can replace all of your teeth for you to recover your bright and confident smile.
If you have a missing tooth, whether it is an incisor, canine, molar or premolar, our dentists can replace it during a single dental implant session. The replaced tooth will look and serve as a natural tooth, and it will be difficult for strangers to know that it is an artificial tooth.
Replacing more than one type of tooth requires two dental implants. During a two dental implant procedure, our dentists can replace at least five types of teeth. That means that it is possible to replace your front and back teeth in a single dental visit.
Most people live in hopelessness and despair after losing one or more of their teeth. Some are unaware that they can restore their smile by replacing lost teeth. If you happen to have a missing tooth, regardless of the type, our dentists will help you remedy your situation through a simple dental procedure. Please call or visit our office for us to restore your smile.