Poorly fitting partial dentures or a failing tooth-supported bridge can lead to embarrassment and discomfort.
It could be that food is getting stuck under your dentures. Perhaps you’re unable to chew properly or eat the food you want to eat. Whatever the issue, ill-fitting or failed dental supports can be hugely problematic.
Our permanently fixed, the implant-supported bridge looks and functions just like natural teeth. With no need for removal or cleaning, there’s no risk of damaging adjacent healthy teeth. This solution also prevents shrinkage of the underlying bone and should last a lifetime with good oral hygiene and professional maintenance.
For the best chance of restoring stability, comfort and confidence, the permanently fixed, implant-supported bridge is generally the best course of action. But there are alternative routes you can explore
You could also leave a gap. But gaps can be unsightly and often affect eating, speech and confidence. What’s more, over time the bone and gum will shrink, while the positions of adjacent and opposing teeth can shift, causing a whole host of other problems.