Dental Implants for Multiple Missing Teeth

Are you missing multiple teeth in a row or in different parts of your mouth? If so, you may consider your teeth replacement options, such as dental bridges, partial dentures, or dental implants for several missing teeth. However, dental implants are the ideal replacement options because they look, feel, and function like natural teeth. In fact, after the healing period, dental implants are indistinguishable from your natural teeth. VIP Dental Implants has a reputation for offering fast dental implants that last a lifetime without complications in Houston, TX.

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Multiple Teeth Implants

A dental implant is a screw-shaped titanium device that replaces the root structure of your missing tooth. It’s surgically drilled into the jawbone underneath the empty socket of the missing tooth. Over time, the jawbone fuses with the implant via a process known as osseointegration. As such, the permanent tooth implant becomes a part of your dental anatomy, and it supports the visible prosthetic. Depending on the number of missing teeth, the prosthetic can be a dental crown, bridge, or denture.

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Advantages of Dental Implants

  • Replace multiple teeth with one or two implants.
  • Permanent tooth replacement for a lifetime.
  • The implant-supported bridge looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth.
  • You can eat whatever you want.

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Implants for Several Missing Teeth

If you’re missing several teeth in a row, the dental implant specialist may recommend implant-supported dental bridges. A dental bridge is a series of fake teeth wherein the last teeth on either side are crowns that can be fastened to the implants. If you’re missing three teeth, the dentist can insert implants in the outermost teeth — the implants can then support the bridge. As such, you can replace all three teeth (or more) with only two implants.

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Candidates for Implants for Several Missing Teeth

Dental implants for several missing teeth are suitable for patients missing multiple teeth, such as two, three, or five, in a single row. If the missing teeth are from different parts of the mouth, you may need single tooth implants for each location. The ideal candidate must have good oral health with sufficient jawbone tissues to support the dental implant. If you have insufficient jawbone tissues, the dental implant specialist may recommend a bone grafting procedure before the dental implant surgery.

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Candidates for Multiple Tooth Implants

You’re a suitable candidate for implant-supported bridges if you’re missing two or more consecutive teeth. In order to qualify for implant-supported bridges, you must have good oral health with no existing infections or diseases. With an implant-supported restoration, you are able to speak, smile, and eat with ease. Implant-supported bridges can provide natural-looking results with many benefits. If you have several missing teeth, an implant-supported bridge may be the option for you. Schedule your FREE consultation online today. Ask us about our payment plans.

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The Dental Implant Procedure

  • Consultation & Preparation

    The dental implant dentist will examine your teeth, run x-rays and tests, and determine if you’re suitable for dental implants. If you have insufficient jawbone tissues, the dentist will schedule a bone grafting procedure before the dental implant surgery.

  • Dental Implant Surgery

    The dental implant specialist will surgically insert the titanium implant into the jawbone underneath the empty socket of the missing teeth. The implants will be inserted on the outermost sockets in the series. After placing the implant and abutment, the dentist will take impressions of your teeth to prepare the dental bridge.

  • Dental Bridge Placement

    The tooth-colored and tooth-shaped dental bridge will be fastened to the dental implants. The dentist will make final adjustments to ensure optimal naturalness. The entire procedure may be completed in a single session, or the sessions may be spread over several months, depending on your specific situation.

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Other Dental Implant Restoration Options

Single Dental Implant

If you’re missing a tooth due to injury or decay, a single dental implant may be an option to restore your smile. Don’t let a missing tooth prevent you from smiling, take the first step today! Book your FREE consultation and speak to our dental implants specialist.

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All-On-4 Dental Implants

If you are missing all of your teeth, all-on-4 dental implants may be the right option for you. Our dental implant dentist can replace all your missing teeth using only four implants on the upper and lower arches. Regain your smile by booking your appointment today!

Implants for Several Missing Teeth FAQs

Can dental implants help me if I have full or partial dentures?

Yes, dental implants can certainly help you if you have full or partial dentures. While dentures are reasonable, they’re not suitable for long-term teeth replacement. They often slip or slide out of place while speaking or eating, leading to socially embarrassing situations. Furthermore, full and partial dentures project the external image of teeth, but they’re not rooted in place. As such, the underlying jawbone tissues eventually resorb (disintegrate), leading to bite alignment problems and a sagging jawline.

Permanent teeth implants are the ideal alternatives to full and partial dentures. The titanium implant is screwed into the jawbone underneath the missing tooth’s location. Over time, the jawbone tissues fuse with the titanium, making the implant a part of your dental anatomy. After getting a permanent dental implant, the dentist can attach a bridge to replace multiple teeth or dentures for a full-mouth restoration. Dental implant-supported dentures and bridges are permanent, stable, and they prevent jawbone disintegration.

Are dental implants more comfortable than dentures?

Dental implants are far more comfortable than dentures. That’s because the prosthetic teeth — crown, bridges, or dentures — are firmly fastened to the dental implant and abutment. As such, there’s no risk of the crown or bridge loosening, slipping, or sliding out while eating or speaking. You can eat whatever you want without damaging the dental implant. Furthermore, unlike dentures, you don’t need to take the dental implant off to clean it with special solutions. You have to simply brush and floss your teeth as you normally would.

What type of dental restoration will I need?

The dental implant specialist will carefully examine your teeth, run advanced diagnostic tests, and determine the ideal dental restoration for you. If you’re missing one tooth, the dentist may recommend a single tooth implant. If you’re missing multiple teeth, the dentist may recommend implant-supported dental bridges or partial dentures. If you’re missing all your teeth, the dentist may recommend implant-supported dentures, also known as all-on-4 implants. Please contact your dentist to discuss your dental implant options.

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Dr. Jiman Nelson at VIP Dental Implants is one of the best dental implant dentists in Houston, TX. Hundreds of individuals now enjoy a second chance with beautiful smiles and perfect teeth due to Dr. Nelson’s exceptional care, skills, and expertise. At VIP Dental Implants, the dental implant dentist will carefully examine your teeth to ensure you’re a viable candidate for dental implants and curate the ideal treatment plan. Please schedule an appointment to get your permanent dental implants in Houston, TX, today.