Missing teeth not only destroy the aesthetics of your smile, but the spaces can also prevent you from eating some of your favorite foods. The condition impacts your oral health on various levels. In an ideal world, everyone would keep their permanent natural teeth for an entire lifetime. Even with today’s advancements in the field of dentistry, few people maintain a full set of original teeth throughout their golden years. The good news is that even though you may be missing teeth, there are dental care options available that can help you maintain a healthy, aesthetically pleasing smile.
Your overall health can be affected when you have spaces left by a number of missing teeth. Your smile is incomplete when anterior teeth are missing, and some people stop smiling altogether due to embarrassment or self-consciousness. A less than appealing smile not only impacts your social standing, but it can also undermine outcomes for job success. These negatives can eat away at your self-esteem and self-confidence.
Missing teeth in the back of your mouth reduces your ability to chew your food properly. Consequently, you do not receive all the nutrients from the foods you eat, and the larger pieces of food can lead to indigestion and other GI issues.
Restorative dentistry remedies these problems by filling in those spaces with artificial teeth that are hardly distinguishable from your natural teeth. You can choose from different options for the restoration of missing teeth.
Whether you choose the affordable removable option of dentures or the state-of-the-art choice of dental implants, replacing those missing teeth will provide you with a beautiful smile and boost your self-confidence.
Complete Dental Restorations
Smile with abandon when you replace your missing teeth with carefully crafted artificial teeth. You may need to replace one tooth or all of your teeth. No matter the number of missing teeth, there is an option available to get you back to your highest level of oral health.
You may prefer removable dentures or the convenience and security of dental implants. Traditional dental bridgework is also an option. Single tooth implants are becoming the standard recommendation when only one tooth is missing.
Contact Family Smiles Dental, and schedule a consultation appointment to learn which options are most compatible for you.