If you are not satisfied with the removable solutions described above, the missing teeth can also be replaced with implants and with implant-supported bridges.

Implant-supported bridges are similar to the normal bridge, but they are not supported or held by one’s own teeth, but by implants. In most cases, an implant is placed for each lost tooth, and then a bridge is placed on top instead of individual crowns. Both for partially missing teeth or total edentulism such a bridge can be used if the patient has enough bone structure and wants a fixed denture.