Replacing Missing Teeth – Plano, TX

Eliminate the Gaps

Filling in the gaps of your smile can do wonders for your confidence. When living without a complete set of teeth, you may begin to experience low self-esteem and avoid social situations. Eating, talking, and smiling can become increasingly difficult as well. However, with the help of Atlas Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Plano and our skilled team of professionals, we can address the problem using dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants. Contact our dental office to find out if you are a candidate for tooth replacement and what you can do to get started replacing missing teeth at our Plano, TX dental office.

Why Choose Atlas Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Plano for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Implant Placement Performed In-House
  • High-Quality Materials Used
  • No-Goop Digital Impressions

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge restoration

Whether you’re missing one tooth or multiples in a row, a dental bridge is a time-tested solution that promotes great results. Made up of two dental crowns and other prosthetic teeth (pontics), the bridge attaches to two healthy abutment teeth while the remaining pontics rest on top of the gums, effectively filling in the gap. While a fixed bridge is popular among patients, you can also opt for a bridge that is held in place using dental implants.

Dentures & Partials

Denture and partial denture prior to placement

Known for their effectiveness in treating tooth loss for centuries now, full and partial dentures are made up of high-quality materials and deliver greater functionality than ever before. When missing multiple teeth or an entire row, these acrylic, gum-colored prosthetics serve as the foundations for artificial teeth that make up your new smile. Partial dentures use metal clasps that attach to regular teeth to stay in place, while full dentures require your natural suction and denture adhesive for optimal stability.

Dental Implants

Model smile with dental implant supported dental crown

The entire root-to-crown structure can now be replaced thanks to dental implants. Made of titanium, these permanent prosthetics are anchored into the jawbone and can last 30 years or even a lifetime when properly maintained. They can be topped with a customized dental crown, bridge, or denture depending on the number of teeth you are missing. And because of their placement, they offer greater jawbone stimulation and minimal risk of bone loss – a consequence of tooth loss that often leads to facial sagging or collapse.

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