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From teeth bridge to teeth implant

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    After two of my baby teeth fell out, they weren’t replaced with adult teeth. So I have two teeth bridges in my mouth, which was a big deal for a kid back then in Kitchener.
    I had to take utmost care while eating. Bridges are meant for a long time provided they are given good care. At least that was the case for me. I had it for more than 20 years. The initial few months are when you have to be careful. Later on, with the basic care, you can make the bridge stay longer. I decided to get an implant on one side. I got so used to the bridge that it feels like taking the original teeth out. I opted this because my company dental insurance (special case) expires next month and with that, I can afford a single dental implant. Why waste it when you can get the best out of it. I need some experienced advice on dental implants so that I can be prepared for the procedure. The doctor certified that my gums and adjacent teeth are healthy and I am good to go. Can anyone suggest how does the implant feel? How will it take to lead a normal food routine without the fear of causing damage to the implant?

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