Absolutely. Dental implants can be used to replace one tooth or multiple teeth. The course of treatment will depend on factors like the number of teeth that you are missing, where those teeth are located, and what goals you have in mind.
If your missing teeth are next to one another, the implants may be able to support a larger restoration or to anchor a bridge that extends from one
implant root to another. A [simple consultation] and bite analysis is all that is needed.
There are several different types of implant-supported restorations, and those restorations can be anchored onto just a few implants at a time.
For instance, All-On-4 dentures anchor a full mouth denture on just 4 implants. Multiple-tooth bridges are typically anchored onto 2 implants.
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Because implants are stronger than natural teeth, they can support the weight of several teeth at one time.
Ask your implant dentist how many implants are needed to replace your missing teeth!