At Hamilton Dental Designs, we offer restorative dental treatments for lost and missing permanent teeth. For single missing teeth, we offer dental implants. However, if patients have multiple teeth missing or have lost whole arches of teeth, they require more in-depth care. Dr. Jose Gil treats patients who have multiple missing teeth in his Allentown, PA dental office. He takes each patient’s goals, budget, and dental history into account so he can provide customized treatment.
Why Use Dental Implants?
Dental implants can be used to replace single missing teeth or secure other dental restorations. They provide multiple benefits to patients with one or more missing teeth. Dental implants:
- Look and feel like natural teeth
- Improve tooth and gum health
- Do not come with dietary restrictions
- Prevent bone loss
- Keep remaining natural teeth stable
- Do not require adhesives
- Fight against gum and tooth infections
If you are missing multiple teeth or even an upper or lower arch of teeth, please contact our office for care.
Implant-Secured Dental Bridges
Dental bridges traditionally consist of prosthetic teeth attached to adjacent natural teeth. Patients with multiple missing teeth but have natural teeth remaining benefit from this solution. When secured with dental implants, dental bridges are a more permanent and stable solution. If you have a traditional dental bridge and want the strength and security of dental implants, let us know. We will be happy to create a treatment plan for you.
Dentures that are secured by implants are the preferred method for patients with multiple missing teeth. Although this option may seem more costly upfront, implant-supported dentures are permanent and do not require messy adhesives. Dental implants offer multiple benefits to patients. Implants secure the denture in place so there is no risk of slippage. Like with dental bridges, are also able to convert existing dentures into an implant-supported denture.
Request an Appointment Today
If you are a new patient of Dr. Gil’s, call 610-421-4540. Returning patients may call 610-351-2200. You can also schedule a consultation with Dr. Gil online. Let Dr. Gil or a member of his dental staff know if you have questions about your treatment options and they will be happy to help you.