No More Gaps!
There is never a wrong time to learn about ways to improve your oral health. Whether it’s you or someone important to you who is currently experiencing oral health issues or not, it is always wise to be informed about ways to improve your oral health should a problem arise. If you or someone you care about experiences frequent dental issues, has recently lost a tooth, or has been considering a tooth replacement option, now is the perfect time to put a plan into action. We specialize in a number of tooth replacement options and are more than happy to help you make your final decision. Read on to learn more about the tooth replacement options we have available to patients.
Tooth Replacement Options
Now is a perfect time to put your oral health first and learn more about the tooth replacement options we offer if you are suffering from tooth loss or severe decay. We offer a number of excellent tooth replacement options that can truly change your life. Treatments we may recommend include:
This tooth replacement option is typically our number one recommendation for patients due to its permanent nature. An implant closely resembles a natural tooth and offers many long-term benefits. Although this treatment option takes the longest to complete, the results will last for many years, if not the rest of your life. We also offer All-on-4 dental implants, which use 4 implants to replace an entire arch of teeth.
Dentures can be used to replace a full arch of teeth or just some teeth. They are artificial teeth and gums that are formed to your mouth to replace teeth that have fallen out or been extracted.
This treatment is used to restore the shape and function of a tooth that has a healthy, intact root. It can also be the final step in a dental implant or root canal therapy.
A dental bridge works by attaching artificial teeth to adjacent natural teeth, known as abutment teeth. The finished product looks completely natural and can last for many years when cared for properly.
If you are interested in learning more about your options for missing teeth or which choice we recommend for your particular situation, we would be happy to see you. Call our office in Northridge, CA to schedule an appointment. We would love to help you restore your oral health.