1. SINGLE/CONGENITALLY MISSING TEETH
Utah has an unusually high percentage of people with teeth that never came in. Many of the surrounding teeth have no decay with the natural enamel in place. Most dentists prefer not to grind down teeth just to make a bridge. A single implant with a crown on the implant is frequently “first choice treatment”. Learn more about Dental Implants.
Congenitally missing teeth before treatment.
Congenitally missing teeth after treatment.
2. MULTIPLE MISSING TEETH
Multiple missing teeth, uncomfortable partial dentures transformed into fixed (permanent) single crowns.
3. ALL TEETH MISSING
Consider the following. Patient missing all upper teeth and cannot wear an uncomfortable denture and can’t eat most foods.
Four implants on the top with a bar/clip attachment:
A denture securely retained by the implants without covering the palate—patient can eat anything!