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Multiple Teeth Replacement

What is a multiple tooth replacement procedure?

One of the most innovative procedures in the dental industry, replacement of multiple teeth using multiple dental bridges is used when large dental bridges need support. Our team consists of some of the few dentists in the New York City area who offer this high-tech treatment option. They use cutting edge techniques to ensure that the multiple tooth implant stays in place.
The expert dentists at North Island Dental Arts use microscope assisted precision technology for multiple tooth implants.

Who can receive a multiple tooth implant?

Age and gender are not a factor in the multiple tooth implant procedure. However, it is important that you don’t have any periodontal diseases. Having periodontal diseases increases the chance of a bad outcome from the procedure.

Advantages of multiple tooth implants

Replacing multiple teeth can be quite tough especially when the multiple teeth are missing in the same location. In such cases, a fixed bridge is the only alternative. Traditional dentures do not offer the same stability as fixed bridges can. It is also an economical solution that works for the long term.

Replacing the teeth with fixed bridges strengthens the teeth, gives your jaw stability and preserves facial appearance and jawbone structure.

  • Multiple tooth replacement is the only fixed replacement used when an individual loses multiple teeth
  • It is a secure and stable solution
  • Offers the ability to eat what you want, when you want and how you want
  • Prevents bone loss
  • Preserves facial symmetry

Procedure

The whole procedure of attaching fixed bridges is carried out using high tech computers. The procedure involves the use of a custom made stent that helps the expert dentists at North Island Dental Arts to place the bridge implant precisely where it is required. The computers make sure that the treatment is quick and essentially pain free. With the implants in place, you will need time to heal and let the bone fuse with the jawbone. It would take almost three to six months before the new teeth can be placed. In the meantime, you will be provided with a temporary prosthesis to help you eat and talk.

Recovery

Recovery from the procedure may take a few months. You might feel a bit of discomfort at first. For any pain, you can use any over the counter painkillers. The dentist will give you detailed instructions for taking care of your oral health. By following his advice you will have a comfortable healing period.

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