Q: I have a 3-tooth bridge using one central incisor and one lateral incisor as anchors. I have one front upper tooth. I am having the other central incisor pulled, and have to have new bridge made. I was told no dentist will use both lateral incisors as anchor teeth, they will have to use
Can a dentist create a dental bridge using the lateral incisors as the anchor teeth?
Category: Dental Implants
Q: The problem is that the molar next to my bad tooth is fractured and there seems to be infection in the root of that tooth as well, which would mean I would have no lower right back teeth to chew with. I’ve had 4 teeth extracted to make room before they could put braces
Q: If you have a tooth that had to be pulled and you have an implant on that tooth, why can’t they put a 2-3 tooth bridge if another tooth is missing but you have a solid tooth beside the other missing tooth? One tooth would be the implant, with one or two teeth missing
Is It Okay to Save Money Using Two Different Dentists: One for the Extraction and the Other for the Dental Implant?
Q: I have insurance that would cover a tooth extraction. However, I am considering getting a dental implant shortly thereafter from a specialist who is not covered by my insurance. Is it okay to save a few hundred dollars to get the tooth extracted by my current dentist, possibly wait a few months, and then
Q: What are my options? I want to go with an implant ASAP on molar #30. Should I wait for molar #31 to give me pain before having it removed? I’m hoping to get at least another year or two out of molar #31 before the implant. Thank you so much. Your work is highly