some reason you have lost your teeth we can replace them. If missing teeth
aren’t replaced the large gap that it leaves behind generally causes the other
teeth to drift out of their normal positions collapsing or misaligning the
are removable appliances that can replace one or more teeth. They are a
great option for keeping the costs down. Some people may find them intolerable
because they can float around in the mouth, affect their speech and taste or be
embarrassed when it falls out unexpectedly.
are restorations made by fusing porcelain or gold crowns together to
replace missing teeth. A crown is made for the missing tooth but is suspended
over the gum by the crowns of the neighbouring natural teeth. The downside of
bridges is that they generally cost more than dentures but they are fixed in
place and therefore feel and look more natural.
are the best way to replace missing teeth if money wasn’t an object.
Implants are titanium rods surgically placed by a specialist into the jaw. The
dentist will then make a tooth to attach to the titanium rod after a period of
healing. Dental implants will preserve the jawbone that usually shrinks away
when a tooth is removed and they do not require involvement of any neighbouring