Missing teeth can cause problems for the patient’s dental movements in the short or long term, as well as certain discomforts in the jaw joint. In such cases, if there is sufficient bone support in the affected area, implant treatment should be the first option. In cases where the bone volume is insufficient, desired results can be achieved after a certain period of time with sinus lifting or vertical and horizontal bone formation methods.

As an alternative to the implant option, fixed (bridge) or removable (partial) dentures can be planned by evaluating the root and gum conditions of adjacent teeth to the toothless area.