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What are the Causes of Missing Teeth?

Missing teeth can occur for many different reasons. These may include caries, gum diseases, traumas, genetic factors and congenital defects in the tooth structure. In all cases, the cause of missing teeth must be determined and an appropriate treatment plan must be created.

A Complete Smile at FARA Dent: Treatment of Missing Teeth

As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we are aware of the difficulties that missing teeth can create in your life. Therefore, by offering different options for the treatment of missing teeth, we help you find the most suitable solution for you.

As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we offer the most effective solutions to our patients with our physicians who specialize in the treatment of missing teeth and our modern treatment methods. Missing teeth can cause aesthetic and functional problems and affect the patient’s self-confidence. Therefore, treatment of missing teeth should be carried out with a personalized and expert approach.

What are the Treatment Methods for Missing Tooth?

Dental Implants

It is one of the most common and effective methods to permanently treat missing teeth. Dental implants are titanium screw-shaped artificial roots that are placed in the jawbone to fix dental prostheses. In this way, missing teeth are replaced with healthy and natural-looking teeth.

Porcelain Bridges

They are porcelain veneers that are placed on neighboring teeth and fill the place of the missing tooth. Porcelain bridges provide an aesthetic appearance and restore chewing function.

Removable Prostheses

It is a treatment option used in patients with more than one missing tooth. Removable dentures are supported by the gums and designed to suit the patient’s mouth structure.

What are the Symptoms of Missing Teeth?

  • Change in face shape
  • Decreased self-confidence
  • Pain in teeth and jaws
  • Difficulty eating and talking

How to Treat Missing Teeth?

Treatment of missing teeth varies depending on the number and location of the missing tooth. At FARA Dent, missing teeth are treated by our expert dentists using the latest technology and modern equipment. In the treatment of missing teeth:

  • A personalized treatment plan is created.
  • Patients’ satisfaction is prioritized.
  • The latest technology and modern equipment are used.
  • Treatment is applied by specialist and experienced dentists.

Why FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic?

As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we offer the highest quality service to our patients with our specialist physicians and experienced team in the treatment of missing teeth. We personalize each treatment to suit the patient’s needs and tooth structure, ensuring you achieve a healthy smile.

Make an appointment at FARA Dent to get rid of missing teeth and have a complete smile! For more information about missing teeth, you can read our blog posts. You can be informed about current developments by following our social media accounts. As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we are here for your healthy and beautiful smile.

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    Our Dental Treatments

    • Gum Diseases; Periodontics and Treatments
    • Implant Treatment
    • Dental Implant Applications
    • Implant Prostheses in Edentless Mouths
    • Orthodontic Treatment
    • Endodontics – Root Canal Treatment
    • Root Canal Treatment Types
    • Toothache and Treatment Methods
    • Prosthetic Dentistry
    • Leaf Porcelain Application
    • Composite Lamina Applications
    • Porcelain Crowns; Coatings
    • Aesthetic Dentistry
    • Smile Design
    • Teeth Whitening – Bleaching
    • Conservative Dental Treatments
    • Caries Treatment
    • Treatment of Missing Tooth
    • Porcelain Filling
    • Composite Inlay and Onlay Filling Applications
    • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    • Tooth Extraction
    • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
    • Impacted Tooth Extraction
    • Pedodontics: Pediatric Dental Treatment
    • Oral and Dental Health in Babies
    • Oral and Dental Health in Children
    • Oral and Dental Joint Diseases
    • Bruxism; Treatment of Teeth Grinding or Teeth Clenching
    • Preventive Dentistry Practices for Children
    • Preventive Dentistry Practices for Adults

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