A long standing patient of Creative Smiles came in this week looking for a new solution to the problem of two missing front teeth. Currently the patient has an acrylic denture fitted as an interim measure when the teeth were extracted a few months previously.
The options to restore such a space normally would be implants, a bridge, or a denture.
Following a thorough assessment of the patients teeth, and of their requirements we recommended impants or a chrome/titanium denture. A bridge was not suitable as the teeth on either side of the space would have been compromised by such as restoration.
It was decided along with the patient to go for an asthetic, light, high quality titanium partial denture which over the next number of weeks we will get made to the patients individual specifications