Replacement of missing teeth with fixed bridgework preserves the normal bite relationship between the teeth, allowing for better chewing force distribution. Dental bridges can be made from a variety of metals, porcelain, ceramic, tooth colored resin, or combinations of these materials.
Implement bridges prevent the movement or drifting of other teeth, fix the chewing muscles forces. Your dentistry will explain the treatment details according to your needs.
Dental implants may be thought of as replacement tooth roots. Although they are available in many shapes and sizes, depending on the specific problem to be solved, by far the most common type in use today is the “root-form” implant. Dental implants are among the most significant advancements in the history of dentistry for their versatility at replacing one tooth, several teeth—even all of the teeth.