So let’s say you have, through good habits and good genetics, kept all your teeth, except for one. That unlucky tooth had an unsuccessful root canal treatment and had to be extracted. An implant has been suggested, but you are concerned about what it would be like to have the implant placed. What about a bridge? And why bother replacing the tooth anyway?

Previously we discussed using implants to support complete dentures. Listen in to part two of my little series on implants.

And don’t let me confuse you. I say on the audio that this is episode 18. It really is 19 for those of you keeping track.