Losing teeth is not a minor matter. It can affect regular functions of the mouth, like speech and chewing. In addition, missing teeth tend to create a cascading effect, increasing the chances of losing more teeth. This is because the remaining teeth have to take over the tasks of the missing ones. For example, when you chew, you tend to chew on one side of the mouth, giving the other side time to recover.
If enough teeth are missing in one side of the mouth, the other side never gets time to recover. In addition, teeth are part of your facial appearance. People who have lost teeth often feel uneasy when smiling or laughing in front of others. The traditional option is to get a removable denture. However, removal dentures are slowly being replaced by implant solutions that offer more benefits without the inconveniences of removable dentures.