Having even a single gap in your grin from a missing tooth is inconvenient, to say the least. Everyday activities like chewing, speaking, and smiling can feel embarrassing and difficult, and the problems only worsen as more teeth are lost. Not to mention, failure to replace missing teeth can have consequences on your long-term oral health. Our team at Parkview Dental would love nothing more than to help you experience a complete, healthy smile again after tooth loss. That’s why we offer multiple options for tooth replacement. To find out which one would best suit your smile, call us and set up an initial consultation!
WHY CHOOSE PARKVIEW DENTAL FOR TOOTH REPLACEMENT?
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A dental bridge is a simple way to replace one, two, or even three missing teeth in a row. Made of tooth-colored porcelain, a dental bridge consists of two crowns that are fitted over your natural teeth and have a fixed number of artificial teeth in between them. This solution literally “bridges” the gap created by missing teeth with a personalized, lifelike solution that lets you chew foods with ease and smile with confidence.
For a patient who has lost most or all of their natural teeth, the right denture can be truly life-changing. We design each of these prosthetics (which consist of a pink acrylic base and realistic false teeth) from scratch to meet a patient’s specific needs. A partial denture completes the smile like the last missing piece of a puzzle, while a full denture restores an entire arch at once by sitting on the gums.
When it comes to appearance, function, and feel, no tooth replacement option is nearly as true to life as dental implants. That’s because they’re the only solution that also replaces the root structure of the teeth below the gums in addition to the parts of the teeth visible in the smile. A small titanium post is surgically inserted into the jaw, where it integrates with the bone to provide ample support for any number of replacement teeth to last for 30 years or longer with minimal maintenance.