Missing Teeth

The loss of a tooth cannot be overlooked because it is essential to replace missing teeth. When a tooth is extracted, bone resorbs quickly and loses its volume.

The remaining teeth can thus be displaced and affect chewing, digestion, jaw articulation and speech, not to mention the aesthetic aspect. The roots of adjacent teeth can get loose and teeth may be more sensitive. By keeping your natural teeth, you avoid replacement by a fixed or removable prosthesis.

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