An Implant Bridge for several missing teeth
Having dental implants replace your lost teeth gives you:
- A new unparalleled strength and stability which allows you to eat whatever you desire.
- The preservation of your facial appearance.
- Prevention of bone loss.
A partial denture has to be removed regularly for cleaning and food particles often get lodged underneath the denture flap making it uncomfortable. The partial can be somewhat loose and can make eating certain foods difficult.
A bridge, anchored to dental implants is a much better alternative allowing a 65% chewing capacity compared to the 35% chewing capacity with a partial denture. Traditional dentures/partials cannot offer the same stability or function.
As an example, three teeth at the back of the lower jaw are missing. By placing an implant bridge we get a permanent, non-removable solution. The bridge contains all teeth in one piece and is anchored on dental implants.
The implants are placed in a single visit. Since the implants need to integrate with the jawbone before the permanent bridge is attached, a temporary bridge may be inserted on the day the implants are placed, making it possible for you to chew normally, almost immediately after leaving the dental office.
The permanent bridge is normally placed 2-3 months after the implants have been placed.
The end result: Your implant secured bridge will handle all the chewing and biting pressure of healthy, strong, and natural back teeth. You will have a stable and secure solution that allows you choose food selections previously not possible due to missing teeth.
We encourage Calgary, AB area clients who are interested in multiple implants and other dental restorations for missing teeth to book a consultation appointment and initial evaluation with Drs. Robertson, MacLean, and MacLean. Our dentists are here to assist with a wide range of holistic and biocompatible treatments. Call our office at (587) 327-1500 to book an appointment or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are immensely proud of our Living Wellness Dental Dorchester staff. We're all here to provide great dentistry with an emphasis on total health, as opposed to the typical disease-oriented, reactionary philosophy.
This proactive paradigm is based on the notion that there is a significant link between oral health and overall health, which has led our practice into the area of holistic care and a "biologic" perspective to dentistry.
Our first objective is to guarantee that you are at ease and confident in our knowledge and expertise. Our committed, courteous, and experienced team of physicians, which includes Drs. Kindal Robertson, D.D.S., David MacLean, D.D.S., and Cameron MacLean, D.D.S., is happy to help you with all of your oral health needs.