Alternatives for dental bridges
Modern dentistry has come on in leaps and bounds, with new treatments readily available to treat multiple complaints. For missing teeth you can also consider:
Do nothing: as silly as this may sound, this is an option to consider when going forward. The important thing to bear in mind when you have lost a tooth, is that you suffer from bone resorption. This is when the bone and tissue around where the tooth was starts to fade away and deteriorate. This can lead to further complications with the surrounding teeth, as overtime, they can start to become loose and fall out as well.
Dentures: for multiple missing teeth, there are a number of different types of dentures that can be used (partial, immediate, flexible, complete etc
Dental implants: as mentioned this is often considered the gold standard in tooth replacement. It offers the stability of being a fixed and permanent tooth replacement option. The implants also help promote healthy bone growth
We always advise to speak to a dental professional so you can fully understand all the options available to you, giving you the power to make the best decision to meet your needs.