Can You Replace More Than One Tooth At A Time?

Can I Replace Several Teeth with Dental Implants?

Implants are almost like having natural teeth all over again. There’s no limit to how few (or how many) dental implants you can have placed.
Each person’s care plan is individualized so that it helps him or her restore as many missing teeth as is necessary.

Are Different Restorations Used Depending on How Many Teeth are Being Replaced?

Yes. The type of restoration placed over your implant will depend on the number of teeth that you are choosing to replace with that treatment.
For instance, if only one tooth is missing, a single implant root will support an individual crown. If 3 or 4 teeth in a row are gone, 2 implant roots can support a multiple-tooth bridge.

Can the Teeth be Replaced at the Same Time?

Yes. All of your implant placements can typically be performed during the same appointment. That way your treatment phases are aligned with one another and all of the permanent teeth are placed at the same time – giving you a brand new smile! With options like sedation or twilight dentistry, you can sit back and relax while your entire smile is made-over.

Is it More Cost Effective to Get a Denture or Bridge?

No. Although dental implants can be more of an initial investment in your smile, other types of multiple-tooth restorations like bridges or partials have to be replaced every several years. Implants don’t.

Get your own customized smile analysis with a dental implant specialist in your area! Personalized care plans and financing is available.

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