If you’re missing multiple teeth, your confidence was likely lost along with your complete smile. With each tooth you’ve lost, you’ve noticed other changes as well, like difficulty chewing certain foods. You don’t need to live with the consequences of tooth loss. We can rebuild your smile using a personalized plan. Besides traditional options, we also offer the latest solutions using dental implants. From start-to-finish, we can rebuild your smile from the root up using a treatment that can last for a lifetime.
Traditional dental prosthetics replace the portions of missing teeth above the gum line. New technologies and materials allow them to look and feel more realistic than ever. Depending on the number of teeth you need to replace, you can benefit from:
We use an impression of your mouth to replace 2 or more consecutive missing teeth. They are crafted from all-ceramic material to blend in with your natural smile. The bridge is held in place by bonding dental crowns over the adjacent teeth.
Significant tooth loss can be treated with a partial denture. Prosthetic teeth are affixed to a gum-colored base that has a metal framework, allowing it to clip on to your natural teeth to hold it in place.
An acrylic arch is made from an impression of your mouth. It features prosthetic teeth customized to meet your exact needs. The denture is held to your gum tissue using suction or an adhesive.
A dental implant differs from traditional treatments because it replaces the entire tooth structure, including the root. Titanium posts serve as new tooth roots, which are strategically placed into your jawbone using oral surgery. Our office can handle the placement of your posts right here, so you won’t be referred to another location.
After your posts are in place, you’ll spend the next several weeks healing. Your bone will fuse to the posts through a process called osseointegration. Once you’ve fully healed, abutments are placed on each post to connect your custom-made restoration or denture.
Replicating the entire tooth structure allows dental implants to offer exceptional benefits that can’t be achieved using traditional prosthetics, such as:
We can rehabilitate your smile with multiple teeth implants. Contact our office today to see if you’re a candidate for dental implants.