What is Single Tooth Replacement?
Single tooth replacement happens when you need to replace only one tooth. Replacing one tooth is beneficial when you have a single tooth that is damaged. We can replace your tooth without damaging your gums or surrounding teeth.
Missing even one tooth can have an impact on your confidence. And it can affect your oral health as well. Single tooth replacement is the perfect solution. You get your smile back and continue to protect the rest of your mouth.
Why Replace My Missing Tooth?
If you’re only missing one tooth, you may be wondering if it’s worth replacing it. But even one missing tooth can have an impact on your health. That’s why single tooth replacement is so important.
By replacing only one tooth we are able to replace one tooth without needing a whole set of implants. We also reduce the risk of damage to surrounding teeth and gums. Single implants also help maintain bone volume. They function the same way multiple implants do. Implants allow the bone to grow around the implant. This protects the bone inside your mouth.
Single Tooth Implant Procedure
The single tooth replacement procedure is the same as a regular implant procedure. First, the dentist places a screw and the implant into the gum. Then a temporary crown is placed on top of the implant. After a few weeks, the implant sets in the gum and the root of the tooth. Then, we remove the temporary crown and replace it with the permanent crown.
With advanced technology like digital smile design and robotic assistance, we’re able to place your new tooth with more accuracy than ever before. This makes the procedure quicker. And you can walk away confident that your new smile will last a long time.
Is a Single Tooth Replacement Right for You?
At PRECiDENT, we believe that your smile is a part of your identity. It allows others to start to see who you are. That’s why we want to help you create the smile that you want. If you have a missing or damaged tooth, you may need to consider a single tooth replacement. If you have any questions about single replacements or want to schedule a consultation, contact PRECiDENT today. Our specialists would be glad to answer any questions you have or talk with you about how we can help.