Multi-Unit Implant Bridge

Placement of two dental implants

Three-unit implant retained bridge


If you have lost multiple teeth, you may be wearing a denture or partial denture. This can be a real burden, causing embarrassment, discomfort and generally having a real negative impact on your quality of life. Did you know you don’t have to eat soft foods or wear dentures for the rest of your life? Implants are a viable and clinically proven alternative to missing teeth.

  1. Multiple teeth can be replaced with a limited number of implants. A combination of dental implants can be used to replace multiple missing teeth without needing to replace every single missing tooth with a dental implant. This will depend on each individual case. In some cases, a single dental implant can be used to replace two missing teeth.

  2. Depending on the volume of jawbone, a dental implant and abutments can be placed on the same day or over a period of months. The implants will look and feel exactly like your natural teeth.

  3. After a period of healing, your implants will be fully integrated and will look, feel and function just like natural teeth!

Life benefits:

  • If missing teeth are not replace with implants the jawbone will recede, giving your face a sunken appearance. Implants give you a youthful boost.

  • You can bite or chew a variety of foods.

  • You can live free of worry and concern about your teeth.

Multiple teeth missing

Placement of two dental implants

Three-unit implant retained bridge

Three teeth missing

Placement of two dental implants

Final abutments (posts)

Try in of metal framework

Fitting of final restoration


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