Missing teeth can affect your facial structure, reduce your enjoyment of food, and generally leave you feeling self-conscious and unable to smile.
Over time, your bite may begin to collapse, which imposes unnecessary stress on your remaining teeth. This stress can ultimately lead to further tooth loss, which only intensifies the cycle of tooth loss and the decline of your oral health.
The more teeth you are missing, the more likely it is that your remaining teeth will start to shift towards gaps in an attempt to compensate for the missing tooth or teeth.
Depending on how many teeth you are missing and what condition your overall oral health is, your dentist will recommend one of the following options:
Speak to us to discuss your options for replacing a missing tooth or teeth so you can improve your ability to eat and speak properly, restore your natural face volume, boost your self-confidence and enhance the overall beauty of your smile.Back to treatments
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