A missing tooth can happen in both milk teeth and permanent teeth. If a milk tooth is missing, it may be because of its shedding period or may be removed due to caries. If permanent teeth are missing, it may be because of any gum problem that weakens the teeth, removed due to caries, developmental defect, or the tooth remains inside the bone. Treatment of missing teeth includes replacing the tooth or orthodontically moving the tooth to its position.
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Query: Hello doctor, I would like to know if flexible dentures are good for a person having bridging on one side (left side four teeth) and no teeth on the rest of the upper jaw. I heard you need to have more teeth to be eligible for flexible dentures? I would also like to know if life-long dentures can be... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your query and can understand your concern. Fixed treatment for the missing teeth can be done using implants. Time duration to complete the procedure is from a week to a few months. It depends on the factors like the amount and quality of the bone present and t... Read Full »