Replacement of Missing Teeth
Missing teeth directly influences the quality of life. When left unreplaced over a period of time, missing teeth may present serious problems like any other dental disease. So it is important to replace the missing teeth at the earliest. Immediately after tooth loss functions such as eating and speech may be handicapped which will worsen over time. A gap is created in the jaw when a tooth is removed. Eventually the other teeth slowly shifts into this gap resulting in crooked arrangement of teeth. Each tooth is in position by the support of the adjacent teeth. A missing tooth will alter this system and will cause overall weakening of teeth which in turn will result in more tooth loss.
Tooth replacement can be done by