Can I Have Multiple Implants Without Fake Gum?
I am considering quite a lot of dental implants. However I was very put off by the idea of a "fake gum" to support the implants. The dentist said it was because the real gum would shrink back, etc, once the real teeth were out. I am still interested in implants but hate the fake gum. My question is, if I had my teeth replaced with implants one (or two) at a time, would the gum still shrink back and make the whole thing unstable? Or would it then work OK without the fake gum?
Artificial Gums and Implants
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