Loss of one or several teeth can be replaced in two ways: by attaching a crown or a bridge to an implant or by attaching a bridge to previously prepared adjacent (abutment) teeth that serve as the bridge support. Regardless of the method, you will regain permanent and flawless new teeth.
If you’re missing all teeth, there are several implant-based options to recover them. One of the procedures is the ‘All on 4’ method – placing four implants on the upper and lower jaw enables placing a temporary bridge; in this way the patient can regain stable teeth in the period of 24 hours.
However, if you wish to avoid dental implants you can choose the option of making a complete dental prosthesis.