What Are My Options For Replacing A Missing Tooth?
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What Are My Options For Replacing A Missing Tooth? by Richardson, TX dentist Dr. Nish Kapadia.

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What Are My Options For Replacing A Missing Tooth?

When you are missing a tooth, the most natural, or the closest thing to natural to a natural tooth, would be a dental implant. There are many options to replace missing teeth. One would be a partial denture, which is removable, which can be kind of loose and is definitely harder to eat with.

A second option that’s normally offered is a bridge, which is also a pretty good option. It’s cemented in there permanently. It does make it a little bit easier to eat but can be hard to keep clean. The third option is an implant. The implant is easier to clean than a bridge would be. It’s also in there permanently. It doesn’t move around, so it definitely makes it a lot easier to eat.