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Multiple Tooth Replacement – Colorado Springs, CO

Regain a Complete, Natural-Looking Smile

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The loss of multiple teeth can lead to multiple problems. You may find it difficult to eat your favorite foods, and you may lack confidence in social situations. Even worse, you are at risk of future dental problems, such as dental drift and the loss of your remaining natural teeth. How can you address such issues? Visit the team at Exceptional Smiles. We offer treatments that can restore your lost dentition and help you once again enjoy a healthy, fully functional set of teeth.

Why Choose Exceptional Smiles by Gregory M. Solich, DDS, for Multiple Tooth Replacement?

  • Implant-supported and traditional prosthetics available
  • Comprehensive dental implant treatment
  • Patient-focused care and reliable results

What Are the Tooth Replacement Options?

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You have a number of options when it comes to replacing multiple teeth. Each choice comes with unique advantages and disadvantages. When you visit us for your consultation, your dentist in Colorado Springs will help you decide which treatment is best for you.

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge, sometimes referred to as crown and bridgework, is a prosthetic that uses the remaining natural teeth for support. Two dental crowns get placed over the teeth next to the empty space, and 1 – 3 artificial teeth “bridge” the gap. Dental bridges can restore full chewing function and provide a natural-looking appearance. The treatment process is relatively fast and affordable. However, a dental bridge does not replace lost tooth roots, and it requires that we significantly modify the teeth that will receive the crowns.

Implant-Supported Bridge

Rather than relying on the remaining natural teeth for support, an implant-supported bridge is anchored in the jawbone via dental implants in Colorado Springs. The implants replace the roots of the lost teeth and support bone health. They also make it unnecessary to alter any of the remaining natural teeth. An implant-supported bridge is extremely sturdy and has the potential to last for decades.

Partial Dentures/Implant-Supported Partial Dentures

A partial denture is a prosthetic that fits in around the remaining natural teeth, kind of like a puzzle piece. In its traditional form, it requires small acrylic or metal attachments to keep it in place. An implant-supported partial denture, on the other hand, is self-supporting. It offers outstanding stability and a more natural appearance than its traditional counterpart.

How Can I Determine Which Implant Solution Is Right for Me?

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The implant-supported tooth replacement solution that is right for you depends on a few factors, including how many teeth you are missing and where you are missing teeth. If you are missing a few teeth in a row, an implant-supported bridge is likely the best way to rebuild your smile. However, if you have lost teeth at various places throughout an arch, an implant-supported partial denture may be a better fit for your circumstances.

How Much Does Multi-Teeth Replacement Cost?

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The cost of your treatment will depend on how many teeth you need to replace, how many dental implants you require, and whether you need much preliminary treatment before your implant procedure. If you opt for non-implant tooth replacement, the cost will be less. However, we always recommend dental implants because they offer superior longevity, stability, function, and aesthetics. During your consultation, our team will provide you with a straightforward estimate of the cost of your treatment so you can make a decision that is best for your circumstances.

Are you ready to replace your multiple missing teeth? Contact our team today to schedule an appointment.