Missing teeth or need a tooth replaced in Perth?
Our caring team of dentists have filled many gaps across Perth and transformed the self-esteem of hundreds of patients.
We appreciate that missing teeth can knock your confidence when you talk, chew, and smile.
Most people choose single tooth implants, especially if they have lost a front tooth.
When a missing tooth is not replaced, it can affect the way you bite and your remaining teeth either side can drift.
This can cause problems in the long run and further treatments will be needed to rectify them.
Single tooth replacements
Traditionally, there are two ways to approach single tooth implants. First, a single tooth is replaced using a removable single tooth partial denture. The cumbersome removable denture is clipped to the surrounding teeth with wire retainers or the natural palate to help it stay in place.
The second way is to plant a bridge that is fixed to the adjacent teeth either side of your missing tooth space. The tooth enamel is reduced to allow room for the bridge to seat. A prosthetic tooth or teeth can be suspended and bonded between the cut down natural teeth. By reducing the tooth enamel, it leaves natural teeth exposed to possible long-term complications, such as root canal treatments.
The best way to replace a single tooth, however is with our single tooth implants procedure. This allows for a permanent single tooth replacement by replacing only the missing tooth. The fixtures act as a substitute to your missing tooth root, leaving all natural teeth untouched. Dental Implants are complication free and offer the most secure tooth replacement solution.
Cambridge City Dental Implants will arrange a consultation to discuss how we can improve your smile with dental implants. Our dentists will ensure your tooth replacement looks and functions just like a natural tooth.
Book an appointment or contact our professional dentists in Perth for a single tooth replacement.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.