Multiple Teeth Replacement

– Benefits with fixed bridge on implants
– Treatment
– Alternatives to Fixed Bridge

Multiple Teeth Replacement

Main Benefits Of Multiple Teeth Replacement Using Fixed Bridge

In an advanced case, when replacing three teeth in the far back of the mouth, a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants is the best  alternative. Traditional dentures can’t offer the same stability or function. This clearly shows that a multiple teeth replacement procedure is more complicated than single tooth replacement.

Having dental implants to replace your lost back teeth will give you new, unparalleled strength and stability that allows you to eat what you want. It will also preserve your jawbone and facial appearance. You can consider the fixed bridge procedure as a long-term dental investment.

Here are the important points of multiple teeth replacement through fixed bridge:

  • Fixed bridge as long-term solution
  • Fixed bridge can solve multiple teeth problems
  • The procedure preserves your facial appearance and prevents bone loss

After the initial examination, you can expect 4-5 additional visits until the final fixed bridge is permanently attached. It is normal to experience some minor bruising and swelling in the gum and soft tissue afterwards. Any discomfort is usually treated with an ordinary painkiller. You should expect to be able to work the next day.


The course of treatment described here is one of several options available. Consult your dentist to find out what the best solution is for you, given your specific condition.

1: Before the procedure
Three teeth at back end of the mouth are missing. The only real replacement alternative is installing a fixed bridge. The bridge contains all teeth in one piece and is anchored on dental implants.

2: Installing the implant
First, the implants are installed. This is normally done in a single session. A temporary bridge may be placed at the same time, making it possible for you to function like normal almost immediately after leaving the dentist.

3: Attaching the bridge
The implants need to integrate with the jawbone before the permanent bridge is attached. This is normally done 1-2 months after the implant installation. The time will vary, depending on the teeth affected and the esthetical demands.

4: End result
The new bridge will handle all the pressure that your strong, natural back teeth did. You will have a stable and secure solution that allows you to eat what you want.


Removable partial denture

This alternative is often perceived as uncomfortable and a bit complicated to use. Function can’t be compared to that of a bridge. This denture is made of plastic and metal, which affects its look. It is quite expensive to fabricate due to its many parts. However, the installation process is simple, and natural teeth are spared.

Space Maintainers

Space maintainers are meant to stop teeth gaps until a replacement option is made. Dentists use space maintainers on children because their teeth is still growing and there’s no pressure for dental restorative procedures. Adults can also rely on space maintainers but not for long. Space maintainers are temporary solutions to long-term teeth problems.

Final Reminders About Multiple Teeth Replacement

Due to the complexity of multiple teeth replacement procedure, you need proper aftercare. Simply keep a firm eye on your dental habits and determine which ones should be stopped. Eating too much sweets, for example, should be removed from your daily activities. Sweets are not good for you – especially for your teeth. You must also adopt efficient brushing and flossing techniques. If you’re unsure, you can always ask your dentist.

And whenever pain persists, do not hesitate to visit the dental clinic.

Here at Lancaster Dental, we understand your need for a fixed bridge procedure. Contact us today to learn more about this procedure or if you want to schedule an appointment!