Dental Options to Replace Missing Teeth

Have you by chance ever wished you could grow a new tooth? Perhaps you’ve looked at your children growing in beautiful new permanent teeth to replace the baby teeth that fall out and wish that could happen for you?

Many people who have children of the tooth-falling out age are in or getting close to an age where losing teeth may become a reality. Short of waiting for a fantastic new technology that can cause new teeth to grow, you might be wondering what your options are, how costly each is, in what circumstances each is appropriate and also the pros and cons of each option.

Fast fact: almost 70% of American adults between the ages of 35 and 44 are missing at least one permanent tooth.

We thank Atlanta Dentures in Marietta Georgia for putting out this wonderfully easy to understand, concise and extremely informative blog piece and info-graphic on the options to replace missing teeth.

Here is the write up and infographic from Atlanta Dentures:

Your Options for Replacing Missing Teeth

Did you know that almost 70% of American adults between the ages of 35 and 44 are missing at least one permanent tooth? There are a number of options you can choose from to improve your smile, your self-confidence, and the way your mouth functions. Fixed bridges use neighboring teeth to support the prosthetic tooth or teeth, and can last for many years. Dentures are an affordable option, and there is no need to alter healthy teeth in your mouth if you just need a partial denture. Tooth extraction may be necessary if you and your dentist think a full denture is the right choice for you. Dental implants have their advantages, but they are at risk of breaking inside your jawbone and may cause infections. Check out this infographic from your Atlanta dentist to learn more about replacing missing teeth. Please share this info with your friends and family, and don’t let anything hold you back from a beautiful smile.”

Options - Replace Missing Teeth

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