Is it too late for a dental implant?

by brianna destin
(port saint lucie)

Is it too late for a dental implant?

Is it too late for a dental implant?

I have lost my front tooth.
It stayed like this for 6 years.
Now I really want to get it fixed but I am afraid I have waited too long and the Gap became too narrow. Please look at my photo and tell me - Is it too late for a dental implant?
Or will I just have to get braces?
Thank you very much for you help

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by: Sharon B., RDH

Hi Brianna,

It does appear that your space is inadequate for a dental implant. The best method of treatment would be to have braces to straighten other teeth and also open the area back up for an implant to be placed. Another option would be to place a bridge in that area and have the front tooth re-shaped, but this will be invasive to the otherwise virgin teeth and may not look natural. If it were me I would go with the least invasive treatment of braces and then have an implant placed after the teeth have been moved back.

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Implants for Lip/Chin Indentations NEW
by: Lucylu61

I lost 4 molars when I was in my 30's. I am now 53 and I have relatively pretty teeth but the front, I noticed is shifting outward. The dentist tells me that my bottom lip on the sides, are indenting. I decided to get only 2 implants, one on each side of my smaller molars. My question is, will it work to stop the indentation on the corners of my lip/ chin?
Thank you for your suggestions.

Teeth NEW
by: Betty

Please consult with your dentist as soon as possible. I have also faced similar issue and almost lost my teeth. But the dental surgeon did a root canal treatment and saved those teeth. So in your case also it is not at all late. : Meaningful Use

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by: Soni

I think it's not late for a dental implant. At this situation you don't worry about it. If you go to the expert dental then your problem may be nothing. I hope you feel good after implantation and looking good teeth. This website is pure about the dental implementation which is sound good for the those people who are suffering such problems. On the other hand, I really need superior writing services but this website's team working good.

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by: Heily

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by: Marianne Hall

Dental implants, however, usually are not the only strategy to substitute lacking tooth. Correctly, the extra ordinary, and nonetheless extra trendy alternative, is a bridge. When confronted with a option of a dental implant or bridge, many people are burdened and are not definite which medication alternative would serve them quality.
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