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I Have At Least 1 Missing Tooth: What Are My Options?

If you have one or more teeth missing, it's only natural to want to get them repaired or replaced, and get your smile back to normal. You have several options to choose from, but which one best suits you and your needs? Here is a simple guide to repairing your smile:

1. Dental Implants
In the procedure of a dental implant, your dentist, or oral surgeon, will physically drill into your jaw bone in the area where the tooth is missing, and put in a replacement. While this is an effective method for repairing your smile, it also comes with immense cost, (about $5,000) and requires scrupulous oral hygiene along with a long recovery time.

2. Bridges
In this invasive procedure, an oral surgeon drills into the healthy teeth on either side of the empty space and affixes a new tooth between them. While this option is less expensive than an implant, it is extremely invasive and implies weeks of recovery.

3. Metal Clasp Dentures
Your dentist may recommend a partial denture with a metal clasp that you fasten into your mouth, but these are often difficult to put in and take out. They can also be bulky and uncomfortable. Besides, metal clasps can be unaesthetic.

4. My Dental Wig
My Dental Wig is a great way to repair your smile and regain your confidence without spending a huge amount of money or making frequent trips to a specialist. It's affordable, pain-free, metal free, eco-friendly, elegant and comfortable, and the best part is that you can get My Dental Wig without ever leaving your home!
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By Lydie Livolsi, Founder & CEO of Dental Wig & Dental Wear, has over 25 years of experience in the dental industry, including Dental Practice Management. She is a Missing Teeth Expert.

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