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Losing multiple teeth to a severe oral trauma or untreated tooth decay can leave a significant void in your mouth. Not only can this hamper your ability to efficiently chew food, it could also affect your speech and leave you feeling self-conscious about your mouth’s appearance.

If you find yourself in a situation like this, you should consider setting up a consultation appointment with our oral and maxillofacial surgeons, Drs. Stosich and Fullmer. After assessing the severity of the situation and the overall health of your mouth our oral and maxillofacial surgeons might recommend installing a dental implant-supported bridge.

There are different phases to this treatment plan. It starts with our oral and maxillofacial surgeons inserting a pair of small titanium dental implants into the underlying bone tissues. Over time the natural process of osseointegration will fuse the titanium material with the living bone tissues.

Once this has been achieved our oral and maxillofacial surgeons will install an abutment onto each dental implant to provide the structural integrity necessary for supporting a dental bridge. The requisite dental work can be custom made for your smile.

Once our oral and maxillofacial surgeons cements the dental bridge in place with a strong dental grade adhesive it will allow you to enjoy the natural function of your missing teeth.

If you live in the Murray, Utah, area and you have recently lost one or multiple teeth, you should call 801-566-5117 to schedule a dental restoration consultation at Aspire Surgical.