Tooth Replacement Christchurch Professional3 days ago Business & Services Christchurch 33 views
TOOTH REPLACEMENT CHRISTCHURCH
There are many ways in which you can lose a tooth. It can be an acute trauma like an unfortunate motor vehicle accident or a fall while playing a sport. There are also various chronic causes that lead to the loss of a tooth. Whatever the reason, tooth loss is an emotionally disturbing event for most people. The loss of a front tooth is an even bigger devastating experience as it has aesthetic implications apart from functional problems.
Moreover, when gaps are left between your teeth, the adjacent teeth will drift and tilt towards the empty tooth space. This leads to many potential problems such as Tooth Replacement Christchurch decay, gum disease and jaw problems. Thus, it is necessary for you to visit your dentist immediately after the loss of a tooth.
There are many methods that are used to replace teeth. These methods are determined by the position of the gap, the size of the gap, the condition of the adjoining teeth and your overall oral health. Typical solutions are dental bridges, dental implants and partial or complete dentures. Your dentist will discuss all your options during your dental appointment and recommend the best treatment plan for you.
A Bridges Christchurch is a good solution for a missing tooth as it bridges the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge can also be used for multiple missing teeth. The dental crowns that replaces the missing teeth are joined together to fit over teeth that are on either side of the gap. There are different types of bridges depending on how they are fabricated and how they anchor to other teeth.
Dental bridges help in restoring your smile and you will also be able to chew properly. More importantly, they prevent other teeth from drifting out of position. When you visit our dental surgery with a missing tooth or teeth, your dentist will assess your oral hygiene and advise an appropriate treatment plan. If a dental bridge is found to be the best solution, then your dentist will prepare your adjacent teeth for the procedure. Initially, a temporary bridge will be provided till our dental laboratory fabricates a permanent bridge. You will require two or three visits to our dental surgery for successful completion of your treatment.
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