A Bridge or Implant Can Be Used to Fully Restore a Missing Tooth

Things like dental avulsion, untreated tooth decay, or a treatment-related extraction can cause the total loss of a tooth. Beyond the functional concerns, this can also impact your self-esteem and physical appearance and it can impact the clarity of your speech. With time, the nearby teeth can react to the void by altering their orientation in your mouth. The orthodontic... read more »

A Bridge Can Be Used to Replace a Missing Premolar

Premolars reside in your mouth immediately in front of your molars. These teeth do a great deal of work chewing and grinding food. When one is lost to severe tooth decay or extraction, it can significantly impair the healthy function of your mouth. At first, it might only limit your ability to bite and chew food. If the tooth was... read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Can Be Replaced by a Bridge

Your teeth are anchored in their sockets by their roots and strong periodontal ligaments. When a blow to the face manages to knock a tooth out, the trauma is often so severe that it results in the total loss of the tooth. In a case like this, your dentists, Drs. Sean and Dr. Sepi, will often recommend having the knocked-out... read more »