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When the smile suddenly looks old, some teeth are missing or older dentures become a problem that cannot be fixed, implants can make your teeth look normal again. 

Single-tooth implants are an elegant solution if several teeth are missing: Every tooth is replaced individually and the original situation is restored exactly. If three or more adjacent teeth are missing, you can also have an implant-borne bridge. The new crowns are fastened together and placed on two or more implants.

A temporary denture closes the gaps during the healing phase.
Once this is finished, the final crowns or the bridge are fixed permanently to the implants. 

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Three missing teeth at the end of the row

A bridge on two implants

Three single teeth on three implants

Natural esthetics, natural function

Zahnarztpraxis Stephanie van Iperen