What to do if you are missing a tooth

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Dental implants

If a single tooth needs to be replaced, a viable option would be dental implants. Dental implants mounting a small titanium metal post or into your upper or lower jaw. A replacement tooth is then mounted to the implant, which allows the tooth to remain in place. To determine if this option is best for you, an oral assessment would need to be done.

WHat's the impact of a missing tooth?

Teeth are designed to work together. Missing a tooth can instantly impact speech and eating habits. Over time, it can impact your jaw and facial muscles as a result of having to use one side of the mouth over the other. Dental professionals recommend fixing a missing tooth as soon as it happens to prevent long term effects.

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Benefits

Benefits

Dramatical smile improvement of oral health and well-being can be achieved

Limitations

Depending on your case, several treatments will need to be performed

Cost

Average: $1800-$6000 per implant

*Financial assistance may be available through insurance provider

Duration

3-4 appointments, however, it may take weeks/months of healing time before completing the treatment

Dream Smile tip

Many options exist to replace a missing tooth; however, your dentist will assess the best options for you based on your overall dental health. Some of those options include dental implants, bridges, and dentures.

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