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Multiple Tooth Implant



According to the American Academy of Prosthodontists, 178 million US citizens are missing one or more teeth, with 40 million of them missing all of their teeth. Missing multiple teeth is the root of many issues such as difficulty in chewing food, shifting of adjacent teeth, gum disease, bone loss, and lowered self-esteem. An implant-supported bridge can be used to replace multiple lost teeth.

Dental implants are preferred by many patients and dentists over a traditional bridge or removable partial denture because they provide long-term comfort and chewing performance. If you are missing multiple teeth, pay a visit to Cherry Hill Dental Smiles where our experts would provide you with the best multiple tooth implant options.

Placement of Multiple Tooth Implants


It is not required to replace all of a person's lost teeth with various implants if they have multiple missing teeth. The placement of an implant at the end of the tooth gap and the use of a dental bridge over the implant is one efficient method. With only a few implants, this procedure assists to improve chewing. It is also affordable and reliable.

Traditional bridge procedures require our dentist to file down the adjacent healthy teeth before attaching the bridge. The surgery for dental implants, on the other hand, does not include the neighboring teeth. Instead, the implants will serve as a foundation for the bridge. This guarantees that no additional teeth are harmed during the treatment.

The dental implant is a titanium screw that replaces a tooth root by being placed into the jaw. The procedure is very straightforward. It will take about two to six months for the implant to heal and integrate with the bone. A small metal post called an abutment will be attached to the dental implant when it has healed. The implant will be able to preserve the new teeth in place.

The last step is creating prosthetic teeth to fit your mouth and connecting them to the abutment. The material for the prosthetic teeth is usually porcelain as it closely matches the texture and aesthetic of natural teeth.

Benefits of a Multiple Tooth Implant


For a variety of reasons, multiple tooth implants are a popular tooth replacement option. Implant-supported bridges can be used to replace teeth that have no natural teeth to support them. Other tooth replacement solutions, such as removable partial dentures and permanent bridges, rely on the support of surrounding teeth. Other healthy teeth may be impacted as a result of this.

Because they replace the tooth roots, implant-supported bridges aid in preserving the jawbone. Dental implants assist in maintaining the jawbone and keep it healthy and intact by fusing with it, whereas the bone around the tooth root may degenerate with removable partial dentures and fixed bridges. Implants are also long-lasting and comfortable.

Am I a Candidate for a Multiple Tooth Implant?



No matter your age, multiple tooth implants are ideal. You can have an implant placed if you are healthy enough to have a tooth removed. In certain cases, our dentists will place implants just after the tooth has been extracted.
The success rate of implants can be lowered by certain health conditions and drugs, including tobacco usage. Your candidacy for dental implants will be determined by having enough bone in your jaw. Bone grafting may be recommended in situations where there is reduced bone height or thickness.

When it comes to replacing teeth, a multiple tooth implant is a viable choice. Several of them can be placed at the same time for you. However, several factors must be taken into account regarding the procedure. The number of missing teeth that must be replaced, as well as the cost, duration, and stability, are all factors to be considered. Request an appointment at Cherry Hill Dental Smiles at 856-667-3737 to learn more about multiple tooth implants.
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