When a tooth is missing or fails due to an extraction, we generally do not think about the serious consequences that this situation may bring. The lack of an element, in fact, can develop incorrect changes to the occlusion, lead to an early consumption of the other teeth, favor the onset of caries due to the spaces that are formed and which can promote the accumulation of food. Moreover, an incorrect chewing can in some cases lead to an osteopathic imbalance that certainly does not promote health and well-being. These considerations apply to all the teeth but often the concern arises only if the front teeth are missing, since they are the ones that are seen more. In reality, every tooth has its function in the mouth and proper chewing requires the presence of all the elements supplied by mother nature.