Life leaves its traces, including on our teeth. Older prosthetics often causes problems and the gaps in the rear of the mouth get bigger.
You don't have to accept this as inevitable. With the help of implants, the gaps can be closed again. Single implants are the solution that's closest to nature: tooth for tooth, the original line-up of your teeth is restored. If you lack three or more adjacent teeth, an implant-supported bridge also can be a very good solution: the new crowns are linked together and placed on two or more implants. It may happen that the jawbone in the area of the gap is too weak for an implant. In this case, your dentists might recommend a bone augmentation. An implant is possible in the majority of cases. In any case, you should get plenty of advice from a specialized dentist.