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Multiple Tooth Replacement - Wayne, PA

Rebuild a Beautiful Smile Today!

Despite new advancements in dentistry, tooth loss is still a common problem in the U.S. Whether you are missing several teeth or all of them, your confidence and your quality of life were lost along with them. Now, you have various options to rebuild your smile. When needing multiple tooth replacement in Wayne, you can enjoy traditional solutions or benefit from the latest treatments using dental implants. We will help you find the right one for your needs.

What are My Tooth Replacement Options?

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There are several traditional treatments to replace missing teeth, which are proven effective. As an alternative, you could also choose dental prosthetics that are supported by implant posts. We perform a comprehensive consultation to determine which solution best meets your needs and accommodates your lifestyle.

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Crown & Bridge

One to three consecutive missing teeth can be treated using a crown and bridge. We take a digital impression of your mouth to create prosthetic teeth that match the appearance of your natural ones. The appliance is held in place by reshaping your adjacent teeth to fit dental crowns over them. This treatment can last for an average of 5 years before needing to be replaced.

Implant-Supported Bridge

As an alternative to a traditional fixed bridge, you could enjoy the security of dental implants. One to two implant posts anchors your bridge to your jawbone. This has quickly become the preferred treatment because it does not alter your healthy teeth while also helping to prevent additional tooth loss. You will invest in your smile with an option that can last for several decades.

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Partial Dentures/Implant-Supported Partial Dentures

Several missing teeth are typically replaced using a partial denture, which features prosthetic attached to a metal framework. This allows it to clasp or clip onto your teeth to hold it in place. This is a convenient solution to complete your smile; however, despite new innovations, it will never truly feel natural.

You can regain the next best thing to your real teeth by anchoring your partial denture to your jawbone using dental implants. You will restore as much as 70% of your biting force while choosing a treatment that has over a 95% success rate.

Which Implant Solution is Right for Me?

Choosing the right option can be a tough decision. We perform a comprehensive consultation to assess your oral health and your jawbone to determine which treatment is right for you.

Does Replacing Multiple Teeth Impact the Cost? 

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Several factors influence the amount you can expect to pay, such as how many teeth you are replacing, the number of implant posts used, and your dental insurance. We help you maximize the value of your policy to reduce the amount you need to pay out-of-pocket. We accept CareCredit to cover any remaining balance to keep your new smile affordable.

We can help you overcome the challenges of missing teeth. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation.