It is not uncommon for us to see patients with missing teeth or recommend that a patient have a tooth extracted. There could be a variety of reasons that a patient is dealing with tooth loss and can range from severe decay to facial trauma or medical complications. No matter the reason for tooth loss, it can be upsetting and traumatic to patients. The first question that we are usually asked is in regards to replacing the tooth and if a tooth replacement option really needs to be chosen. Patients with a visible missing tooth are typically eager to choose a replacement; however, patients who are missing rear molars can show hesitation at times. We encourage all patients to replace their missing teeth as soon as possible.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted or have you been told that you have a dead tooth and need to choose a tooth replacement option? We know that it can be upsetting to deal with a missing or dead tooth and equally overwhelming to choose a tooth replacement option that will fit into your lifestyle as well as your budget. We are here to tell you that you are not alone in the process. Dr. Singer is dedicated to helping each and every patient understand their choices and make a well-informed decision on which method is best for their circumstances.