Gaps or missing teeth can be brought on by gum disease, tooth decay, trauma or impact, or genetics.Depending on where in the mouth the gap(s) are located, a person who has a missing tooth problem, or gaps in their teeth, may or may not be affected by the condition.
About this conditionHowever, gaps or missing teeth might affect how well your mouth can work. It is crucial that you get the proper missing tooth therapy, such as dental implants or replacements.
Since they are made to cooperate, any gaps cause issues that impair our capacity to talk and chew food effectively. One missing tooth can have a negative impact on the mouth's functionality, the placement of additional teeth in the gap, and gum issues.
Teeth with gaps or missing teeth, sunken cheeks, or a change in the jaw's natural posture can all change the form of your face. Our dental specialists can help you regain your smile because they have extensive knowledge in missing tooth restoration and treatments.
Your dentist may recommend replacing the missing tooth(s) after a thorough examination. You will have a few alternatives available to you, such as:
• If possible, use orthodontics to close the gaps.
• Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth. A small incision is made in the gum to insert a screw that will hold a crown.
• A fixed dental bridge can be connected to the surrounding teeth in the event that one or more teeth from the same location are gone.
• When implants or bridge work are not an option, removable partial dentures can be utilized to replace the lost teeth.
• Alternatively, it can be suggested to forgo treatment.
Whether dental decay, injury, or gum disease caused the missing teeth or gaps, the effect on a person's confidence and other issues are frequently similar. Missing tooth treatments includes:
• Cosmetic dentistry
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