When you lose one or even a mouth full of your natural teeth, it can not only affect your self-confidence but the way you chew, bite, smile, laugh and feel at all moments. Fortunately, there are lots of tooth replacement options available for you to choose from. The question is, which one is right for you?

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If you’re missing an entire jaw of teeth or even a section of teeth, CeraSmile is an innovative new tooth replacement option that can restore your smile and look amazing. CeraSmile is an implant bridge made to fit your jaw perfectly. It uses quality materials to create a natural-looking smile. It uses yttria-stabilized zirconia, an advanced ceramic material that has a strength greater than the titanium in dental implants. The implant bridge uses dental implants to hold the tooth replacements in place and your dentist can complete the procedure in just one day. You can expect natural-looking and feeling results with CeraSmile. As an added bonus, they can help rejuvenate your facial appearance to look younger.

Dentures or All-On-4 Implant Dentures

Another option for replacing missing teeth is dentures. Traditional dentures typically use acrylic resin, metal, and plastic to create removable tooth replacements. Dentures then use suction and adhesives to stay in place in your mouth. All-on-4 implant dentures attach the dentures to your jaw using just four dental implants. Although dentures are great for replacing your teeth, they don’t always last long or look as natural as they could. Most people find traditional dentures too uncomfortable or unattractive to wear.

Traditional Bridge or Implant Bridge

If you’re only missing a single tooth, you can use a traditional dental bridge to replace a missing tooth. Your dentist will use the two teeth adjacent to the missing tooth as anchors to connect the false tooth as the bridge. Although this replaces your teeth, it doesn’t replace the missing tooth root which can lead to bone loss. Traditional implant bridges are like CeraSmile and use dental implants to replace sections or an entire arch of teeth. However, most implant bridges are pre-made and not customized to fit your jaw or appearance.

Single Dental Implant with Crown

When you’re missing only a single tooth, you can opt for a dental implant with a dental crown. This is your best option for replacing a single tooth. Not only do you get to replace your tooth’s root, but you can get have a beautiful natural-looking dental crown. If you have multiple missing teeth but want the same results as a single implant with a dental crown, CeraSmile is your best bet.

If CeraSmile sounds like the right tooth-replacement opportunity for you, search for a CeraSmile™ dentist in your area today!