Orangecrest Family Dental
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I have a tooth that I had a root canal on back in the 80's. I have always had problems with this tooth after the root canal. I have had two apicoectomies. I went to the dentist today and was told that the root is broken and trying to safe the tooth is useless. My dentist suggested either a single tooth implant or a three tooth bridge. My question, is it possible to get a 2 tooth bridge? I don't want to crown 2 good teeth if I can get away with just one.
You are right to be concerned about not wanting to crown 2 healthy teeth to replace a missing tooth. I recommend an implant because it does not affect the healthy teeth surrounding it. Implants are also easier to keep clean then a bridge. A 2 unit bridge is possible but not recommended because it causes additional stress on the supporting tooth. Good luck