It’s important to replace missing teeth – even if you don’t mind having a gap. Luckily, there are plenty of options for teeth replacement that can meet any patient’s needs and preferences.
Missing teeth can change your appearance, make it difficult to enjoy the foods you love, and even affect the way you talk. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, you’ve probably found yourself wondering whether or not dental implants are right for you.
Living with missing teeth and/or lasting oral health problems not only causes painful symptoms, but can also affect a person’s health, diet, speech, and appearance. Many of our patients who have persistent oral health concerns due to past injuries, genetics, damage, a history of poor oral hygiene, or age eventually decide that removing and replacing all of their teeth is the best way to completely restore their smiles, eliminate unpleasant symptoms, and achieve the appearance they want.
If you’ve lost a tooth (or several) to something other than the tooth fairy, read on to find out why it’s important to replace lost teeth and why dental implants are one of the best ways to restore your smile.