Your mouth should provide dependable function and complete comfort, which isn’t possible if teeth are missing. One or more missing teeth impose a greater workload on remaining ones. As a result, remaining teeth shift out of position to compensate. This changes a person’s bite, or occlusion, meaning it alters the way upper and lower teeth fit together. Dr. Salibian can replace your missing teeth, treat bruxism, and restore proper occlusion with modern dental prosthetic appliances.
Our practice offers crown and bridgework, commonly called bridges, to replace one tooth or a few missing teeth in a row. Bridges are secured with crowns placed on neighboring, healthy teeth, and they are fixed (non-removable) prosthetics.
A partial denture, or partial, will replace multiple missing teeth on the upper or lower arch. The appliance can be fixed or removable. In most cases, partials are anchored to hidden clasps on healthy teeth.
Full dentures consist of a full row of teeth for the upper or lower arch. They can be held in place by denture adhesive or natural suction. Some patients experience slipping, ill-fitting, or loose dentures. In this situation, Dr. Salibian may recommend implant stabilization with overdentures. Dental implants are small, biocompatible metal anchors that replace teeth roots, offering unmatched stability and strength.
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