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Replacing missing teeth

Replacing missing teeth

“Missing teeth are more than a cosmetic concern.”

A missing tooth can cause the displacement of the surrounding teeth and lead to serious consequences:

  • Changes in your bite
  • Additional tooth loss
  • Tooth decay
  • Gum disease
  • Temporomandibular joint (jaw joint) problems
  • Premature wear of remaining teeth
  • Loss of support around neighbouring teeth
  • Loss of chewing strength
  • And other problems

Our propositions

We offer several ways of preventing or correcting these problems:

  • Dental implants
  • Bridges
  • Partial dentures

We conduct an overall evaluation of the condition of your mouth and explain every option in detail so that you can select the treatment option that suits you best.

Oral Rehabilitation

“Good oral health is essential to good overall health.”

Restoring good oral health, and thus good overall health, involves addressing a number of specific problems. At the Boutin, Langlois Dental Clinic, an experienced, highly qualified professional is available to offer you this service.

If you suffer from several oral and dental problems at once, you may think your situation is hopeless. On the contrary, a number of solutions are available to assist you in addressing these problems, problems which should not be taken lightly.

Oral rehabilitation is used to reestablish the masticatory function when there are several problems present at the same time.

At the Boutin, Langlois Dental Clinic, we take time to clearly explain the situation and to discuss the various treatment options that could help you to recover optimum oral health.

Jaw Joint Treatment (TMJ)

“Take a bite out of life!”

Through advanced training and continual refresher courses, combined with the best treatments available on the market, the Boutin, Langlois Dental Clinic is proud to be able to offer you state-of-the-art expertise when it comes to treating the temporomandibular joint (jaw joint).

In order to open and close our mouth, chew and swallow, we rely on the temporomandibular joint or jaw joint and the muscles attached to it. If the joint or muscles don’t work properly, various symptoms can occur, including:

  • Sore jaw (in front of the ear)
  • Jaw muscle pain
  • Headaches
  • Sore neck
  • Restricted mouth movements
  • Jaw locking or tightening, open or closed
  • Clicking noises while chewing
  • Tinnititus (ringing in the ears)
  • and other problems

How to proceed?

If you suffer from any of these symptoms, please consult us for a complete jaw joint examination. This way we can identify the source of the problem and decide on an appropriate treatment plan.