Multiple Tooth Replacement in
Plantation

When you’ve lost more than one tooth through injury, an accident, decay, or disease, aside from the difficulty of eating and speaking, it can seriously destroy your self-confidence and impact your overall dental health. Therefore, replacing them is a priority. Our practice specializes in restorations which replicate your natural teeth as closely as possible for permanent and comfortable replacement. Dr. Gohill offers multiple dental implants and implant bridges to give you back your smile.

Multiple Tooth Replacement in Plantation

So What Exactly are Implant Bridges?

Implant bridges are the ideal solution for anyone who is missing several teeth in a row. The bridge consists of multiple replacement teeth and is anchored securely on to two strategically placed dental implants which are firmly embedded into the jaw bone. Since the bridge only requires a couple of implants, the procedure is far less intrusive than placing an implant for each individual tooth.

Implant bridges offer several benefits over other forms of multiple teeth replacement. Most importantly they look and function in the same way as natural teeth and don’t require any additional support from neighboring teeth. In addition, the bone is preserved since implant bridges replace some of the tooth roots, and this prevents the bone from any form of deterioration.

How do Multiple Implants work?

For those that are missing several teeth in different areas of their mouth, a dental implant bridge is not an option. Instead, multiple dental implants will be the best form of multiple teeth replacement.

Our dentist will use a separate dental implant to replace each missing tooth, and because this is a lengthier process in terms of multiple incisions, drilling and healing times, the cost can be higher than that of a dental implant bridge. However, because each replacement tooth is secured with its own dental implant, the restoration is more secure.

Caring for Your Replacement Teeth

If cared for correctly, both dental implant bridges and multiple implants can last a lifetime. This involves regular brushing and flossing plus routine dental check-ups and cleaning. In the case of dental implants, it’s also advisable to reduce smoking or give it up altogether as this can slow down the healing process and present dental problems in the future.

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Review from Gina R.
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Gina R.

I had broken my tooth and this was the nearest place to where I live that’s open on Friday. They are so nice and very helpful here. I love this place and I’m glad google pointed me their way.
Review from Destry P.
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Five stars

Destry P.

As much as I hate any kind of dental work, the people at Plantation Dental Care are so gentle and sweet and wonderful! Thank you PDC! I am so happy that my mom introduced me to you all and can't wait to get my children and husband in as your patients as well! The office is clean and light and bright with such a happy atmosphere. There equipment is pretty high tech too! I've been seeing the same dentist for over 30 years but they are just too far for me to travel. I was so nervous to try someplace new but am so happy I finally did!
Review from Sandra R.
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Sandra R.

Best place and people I have ever been to. Love them!
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Dentist in Plantation, FL
Dr. Gohill has been practicing General and Cosmetic Dentistry for the past 20 years in Oklahoma and then South Florida.

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