Est. 1998

Missing Teeth

If you want to restore your mouth to health and function, missing teeth must be replaced. (There are some exceptions, like wisdom teeth.)  If you don’t have them replaced you will be creating many problems. These range from a loss of chewing function, a bad bite, and possibly temporomandibular joint ( TMJ) problems, to the increased probability of decay and periodontal disease.  Your dentist will provide you with all the options regarding the best and longest-lasting way to replace them, but whether you need bridges, partial dentures, full dentures, or implants, it’s in the best interest of your mouth, your digestive system, and your general health to have a full set of teeth, real or false.