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Tooth extraction is quite common due to poor dental health and gum disease. Leaving the missing tooth space empty may not sound too serious, but the consequences of not filling in the space from the missing tooth can include:
- The teeth adjacent to your missing tooth can change position to fill the gap;
- The loss of your missing tooth’s root can cause your jawbone to shrink, making your face appear prematurely older; and,
- A missing tooth in the front of your mouth can affect your smile and your self-confidence.
In many situations, a dental implant is the most pleasingly esthetic solution for replacing the missing tooth. An all-ceramic dental crown or dental bridge, secured to a dental implant, provides a complete and beautiful solution for improving your smile. A dental implant takes the place of the missing tooth’s root and helps prevent the above consequences.
All-ceramic dental crown on an all-ceramic dental implant
If you have only one missing tooth, a dental crown on a dental implant is probably your best choice.
Like the natural root, a dental implant provides the foundation for a dental crown, in this case a new all-ceramic dental crown. An all-ceramic dental crown on an all-ceramic dental implant looks and functions very much like the missing tooth did. CeraRoot implant system is the first implant system ever to provide with metal-free implant and restorative solutions.
Ask your dentist if you’re a candidate for a CeraRoot dental implant and all-ceramic dental crown.
All-ceramic dental bridge on all-ceramic dental implants
If you’re missing multiple teeth, your dentist will most likely recommend a dental bridge. There are many different kinds of dental bridges available. However, an all-ceramic dental bridge on dental implants is one of the best solutions for beautiful esthetics and optimal function.
A dental bridge on dental implants can prevent:
- The teeth adjacent to the missing teeth from changing position to fill the gap;
- Your jawbone from shrinking, making your face appear prematurely older because the missing teeth’s roots are also missing; and,
- An unattractive smile, if the missing teeth show when you smile.
Like a natural root, a dental implant provides the support for a dental bridge, in this case a new all-ceramic dental bridge. An all-ceramic dental bridge on all-ceramic dental implants looks and functions very much like the missing teeth did. CeraRoot implant system is the first implant system ever to provide with metal-free implant and restorative solutions.
Ask your dentist if you’re a candidate for a all-ceramic dental bridge on CeraRoot implants.