Bridging the gaps permanently with a Straumann solution

If two or more teeth are missing, malpositioning of the remaining teeth could be the outcome, as well as bone loss in the jaw. From both functional and physiological viewpoints, gaps should be closed as quickly as possible.


Healthy teeth do not have to be ground down for implant-borne bridges

The advantage of an implant-supported bridge is that healthy neighboring teeth can remain intact. This helps to improve their long-term prognosis and preserve the jaw bone. The implant also acts as a support for the implant crown, transmitting chewing forces to the jaw and averting bone resorption.