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Bridges & Prosthetics

Ways your dentist can replace your missing teeth are: Bridges & prosthesis or dental implants.

Bridges are permanent constructions that can be made from fully ceramic materials and/or gold . Bridges can be seen as alternatives to dental implants that however usually are considered the most comfortable. Bridges are simple to use and offer a natural and aesthetic appearance. Their main advantage is that they are cemented using a special material as to prevent your needing to remove them.

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Partial Prosthesis

For some patients a removable prosthesis is the most suitable solutions to fill voids in their teeth. Partial prophesises are held in place by small “claws” to the remaining teeth allowing one to chew properly and lips and cheeks to fall inwards. This technique is most often cheaper than a bridge. The partial prosthesis is made from acrylic and should always be removed from the mouth for cleaning.