Replacing Missing Teeth – Carrollton, TX
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An incomplete smile invariably leads to trouble, even if the gap is hidden near the back of the mouth. The other teeth are likely to drift out of place and will suffer from the pressure of an unbalanced bite. You’ll also be at a higher risk of gum disease and will likely experience numerous difficulties with speaking and eating. Don’t let the spaces in your smile stay empty. Instead, call Rosemeade Dental to schedule a consultation with Dr. Albeer and learn about the restorative options that can make your grin whole again.
Why Choose Rosemeade Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Dental Implants Placed In-Office
- Modern Dental Technology
- Friendly Dentist, Bilingual Team
To fill in the space left by a single tooth or several missing teeth in a row, we can place a dental bridge in your mouth to literally “bridge” the gap. This both restores your appearance and prevents your remaining teeth from drifting out of place. The two crowns at either end of the dental bridge will use your natural teeth as anchors so that the restoration stays firmly in place. The number of prosthetic teeth that the bridge contains depends on the extent of your tooth loss.
If you hear the word dentures, you might imagine a rather bulky appliance like the kind your parents or grandparents might have worn. However, modern dentures are much smaller and sleeker, and they’re made out of more natural-looking material. Not only do they fit more comfortably in the mouth, but they can allow you to enjoy a truly beautiful smile. Depending on your needs and preferences, you can either get traditional removable dentures or sturdier implant-retained ones.
Are you looking for a permanent solution to tooth loss? Dental implants are your treatment of choice. Implant posts can last for decades with the right care, and it’s not uncommon for them to last the rest of a patient’s life. Furthermore, dental implants replace the root as well as the crown of the tooth, meaning they look, feel, and function naturally in your mouth. And if you have the procedure performed at Rosemeade Dental, you won’t have to see a separate specialist; implant placement and restoration can both be performed right here in-house.