307 Grafton St #203, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Secure Restorations For Advanced Tooth Loss

Losing just one tooth can seriously impact your health and appearance. When you have lost several teeth, it can feel more difficult to move forward with care even as the problem creates more issues in daily life. Our Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA dentist’s office is ready to help people recover from the effects of advanced tooth loss. Through implant dentistry, we can supply support for a larger restoration. Even if you need to hold a full denture, we can offer up the kind of stability that makes biting, chewing, and speaking feel comfortable. The long-term benefits of this arrangement include the addition of stimulation in the jawbone to help prevent tissue deterioration.

Significant Tooth Loss Can Have A Severe Impact On Your Quality Of Life

The loss of one tooth is enough to permanently alter your smile, raise your risk for the loss of more teeth, and cause the onset of TMJ disorder. In other words, it is not something to take lightly. As more teeth are lost, you become vulnerable to more difficulties in addition to a further loss of confidence in your smile. In addition to making daily life more difficult, larger losses can make it seem harder to do something about the problem. Can you count on a restoration to remain secure and offer meaningful support for your bite function if you need more than just a single tooth replacement? With the benefits of dental implant support, it is possible to secure larger appliances. You can even have a full denture set in place to give you back your complete smile!

Using Dental Implants To Hold A Denture

Implant dentistry addresses different degrees of tooth loss. Even if you need to set a full denture, these small titanium rods can give you the means to hold an appliance in place with enough stability to make biting, chewing, and speaking easier. The implants are carefully placed after a review determines their proper spacing and angling. The time after your placement is dedicated to recovery; during this time, your jawbone tissues actually fuse with the biocompatible titanium. When you are ready, you can return to have a dental arch set in place. That support lets you bite, chew, speak, and smile without worrying that your appliance will slip.

Arrange Smile Care With Your Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA Dentist To Address Advanced Tooth Loss

Through the work done to fully restore your smile, you can regain confidence in the way you look and enjoy meaningful oral health benefits. We are happy to help you understand how treatment can improve your life, and we can help you learn more about what will be involved in treatment. If you would like more information on this or any other service that we offer, please reach out to Modern Dentistry Of Shrewsbury at (508) 842-8838.