I need three dental implants one on one side of my mouth and two on another side of my mouth. loooking at the prices three is too much money for me. can you have more than one tooth done on one implant?
It is possible to do two teeth per implant. Anything more than that would strain the implant too much. So, in your case you would only need two implants. One for the one tooth and one for the other two teeth. However, the two teeth need to be adjacent to one another.
You could also get a temporary tooth replacement done until you can save up for more implants if you prefer. You could get a dental flipper to fill the space until you can get the implant done.
Some offices have a special person designated that does the implants. At our office that is Dr. Kang. I would call the office where you’d get the procedure done and discuss some options with him or her.
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