Add Some Youth to Your Smile
Thanks to a team of qualified dental healthcare professionals and the use of state-of-the-art technology, Groupe dentaire API offer their patients various treatment options to replace their missing teeth.
When one or many teeth end up being lost, the look of a smile is inevitably affected. This leads to premature aging of the face. Besides the effects on the way a smile looks, the gaps left by missing teeth may harm tremendously oral health.
For these reasons, at Groupe dentaire API, we always recommend our patients to replace their missing teeth using various tried and true dentistry treatments.
Teeth Replacement Options:
Our team takes your well-being to heart. We are not only aware that a missing tooth may not only affect your self-esteem, but also your health.If need be, we will offer you different treatment options and assess with you which ones best suit your needs and meet your expectations.
Here are the most commonly used treatment options to replace one or many missing teeth:
- Dental implants
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Fixed or removable dentures
Replacing a Missing Tooth: a Matter of Health
Beyond the aesthetic consequences, the loss of one tooth or many teeth will also have effects on your oral health as well as the functionality of your teeth. Indeed, our teeth constitute a harmonious balance and each tooth is held in place thanks to the other teeth.
That is why when teeth are missing, the remaining teeth will tend to move to close the gap left by the missing teeth. This has various negative effects, notably:
- An increased risk of oral diseases. The movement of teeth causes spaces in which bacteria are more likely to hide;
- The shifting of neighbouring teeth and the tooth opposite the missing one may cause the irreversible loss of these teeth;
- A diminished mastication capacity;
- A premature wearing of the remaining teeth.
Therefore, the disruptions cause by the loss of a tooth affect a smile functionally as much as aesthetically.
advice sheets that our team prepared.
Nonetheless, do not forget that only a dentist, a specialist in your oral health,
is able to make an accurate diagnosis, so book an appointment!