Weisbard Dental offers a range of options for a missing teeth replacement, from traditional denture to an implant secured dentures.

Replacing Missing Teeth

Dentures are a removable replacement for missing teeth. Consequences of missing teeth include:

  • Defects and loss of bone
  • Shifting and drifting of remaining teeth
  • Bite changes
  • Chewing difficulty
  • Wearing of remaining teeth
  • Changes in the jaw joint
  • Facial changes
  • Loss of muscle tone
  • Difficulty speaking

The Impact of Missing Teeth

No implants implant00 Completely tissue-supported, offers least stability, most movement.

Two implants


Still tissue-supported but more stability, less movement.

Four to Five implants


Implant-supported, more stability, least rocking or movement.

Six or more implants


No longer removable, most stability, no rocking or movement.

Frequently Asked Question

What are my choices for teeth replacement once I have lost my teeth?

The choices range from a traditional denture which has minimal stability, to an implant secured denture which improves stability and preserves bone, and finally to a hybrid appliance screwed into the completely fixed implants that provides the most natural chewing function and stability. Dr. Weisbard can help you make the best decision for your particular circumstances. Please call for a complimentary consultation to see what would best suit your needs.