Single missing tooth.
Adjacent teeth must be cut down to support a bridge.
An implant-supported crown replaces the tooth root and preserves bone.
Partials accelerate the bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.
Replacing teeth with implant-supported bridges provides function and esthetics similar to natural teeth.
Simple implant retained dentures utilize a minimum number of implant support the dentures to provide stability and comfort.
Implant bar-supported dentures use more implants and metal bars to provide even greater stability to the dentures.
Dental bridges supported by implants provides function and aesthetics similar to natural teeth. They cannot, however, be removed like dentures.