Loss of All Teeth
Loss of all teeth in the upper jaw
By losing all the teeth of the upper jaw, we not only have an aesthetic and functional problem: they start a series of processes in the mouth that if not treated by replacing the missing teeth, will lead to a series of problems such as:
- Displacement of opposing teeth
- Caries and sensitivity of the teeth that remain
- Loss of bone and gum in the area without teeth
- Functional overload of the other teeth
- Accumulation of food in toothless spaces and ultimately development of periodontal disease.
- Facial aging due to lack of jaw stop, with protruding chin effect and lack of lip support. Appearance of wrinkles on the lips.
Therefore, it is important that you do not wait to replace lost teeth. Today there are different options to replace missing teeth. We believe that dental implants are often the best option. They allow you to recover aesthetics and function, without anyone knowing that you have implants.