Multiple Missing Teeth:  Partially Edentulous Patients

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         Male, age 30: Patient unhappy with bridge        Missing Teeth Replaced with Dental Implants

For partially edentulous patients (patients missing several upper and/or lower teeth) who do not want a removable appliance, two implant options exist: (1) Implants can be placed for each missing tooth and individual crowns are made for each implant. (2) Fewer implants may be placed and one or more implant bridges can be constructed. During your initial consultation appointment, Dr. Priest will explain each option, including the advantages and disadvantages and the associated fee.