5 best options to replace your missing tooth

A missing tooth dents your image and makes you feel awry, right!. Apart from taking an emotional and psychological toll on you, it can also form breeding grounds for bacterial germination, consequentially causing gum disease, cavities, teeth chipping, and more tooth loss.

Devs Oral presents to you five amazing tooth replacement options with their pros and cons so that you pick the most suitable option to replace missing tooth/teeth.

Dental Implants are artificial teeth anchored on the gum base that mimics original teeth functioning. The latest technologies are highly developed and provide efficient, time-saving, and cost-effective tooth replacement through implants. 

For the implant, first, the dentist examines your teeth, obtains an impression of hollow space, and prepares a customized tooth that will perfectly fit in the place and conform to gum. Then, on the implantation day, the dentist irrigates and cleanses the hollow part, if required, scrapes off infection, and then drills in a titanium-based screw in the gum. Once the screw adheres to the gum, the artificial tooth or crown is attached to the implant with an abutment. Dental implants are an economical option and last a lifetime if proper care is taken towards its maintenance. 

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It is a cost-effective solution for multiple missing teeth in a row. In this, two extreme teeth are secured with dental implants having an implant support bridge in between. It is a customizable solution prepared in a dental house. Your dentist will obtain the dental impression to order a customized implant support bridge to replace your missing teeth.

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Unlike the above two options, a tooth-supported bridge does not require implanting. Instead, a crown is placed on the adjacent tooth to lost teeth and fixed with cement. This option conveniently solves the missing teeth problems and is demanded by patients who avoid invasive methods.

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removable partial dentures are the most affordable option to replace missing teeth. The clasps hold the teeth adjacent to missing teeth. Instead of complete dentures, partial dentures replace only a hollow space of teeth. They can be replaced daily.

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Flipper is a temporary denture option that tuck in and out on gums, avoiding clasping teeth with metal.

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So, visit Devs Oral for missing teeth replacement, and our dentist shall help you find the most convenient and affordable option to replace missing teeth.