Replacing Missing Teeth – Beaumont, TX
Make Your Smile
Complete Once Again
Millions of people are missing teeth, but unfortunately many of them don’t take the time to replace them. When teeth are missing, the remaining teeth do not just stay in place. The entire shape and condition of the mouth can begin to change rapidly, even when missing just one tooth. Thankfully, Dr. Parker has multiple solutions for you to consider. Whether you need to replace a whole row of teeth or a single tooth, she’s more than prepared to accommodate your family’s needs! Schedule an appointment by calling her office today!
Why Choose West End Dental Group for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Dental Implant Restorations Available
- Accepts Patients of All Ages
- Tooth-Colored Materials for Best Aesthetics
A bridge is a row of false teeth, and it greatly resembles a partial denture. It can be made to take the place of one to three of your missing teeth in a row and stays in place by being anchored to adjacent teeth in your smile with dental crowns. During your initial appointment, our team will carefully measure your jaw and take notes on the size and shape of your existing teeth. This way, the licensed ceramist who will create your bridge can closely match your natural appearance and ensure that your new restoration will fit right in.
Dentures & Partials
A denture replaces each of the teeth in your upper gums, lower gums, or even throughout your entire mouth. A partial denture takes the place of one to three teeth in a row. Partials stay in your smile by clipping into the adjacent teeth on either side of the gap in your teeth. A full denture maintains its spot with the use of suction and occasionally a little denture cream. Each night, simply take out your dentures or partial denture and cleanse them gently with a toothbrush. Every morning, you’ll be ready to reposition them and complete your ensemble for the day. Besides restoring your bite and improving your self-confidence, a bridge can benefit your overall oral health.
The most comprehensive tooth replacement money can buy, dental implants are designed to replace every section of a tooth after it is lost. This includes the root, which is essential for stimulating bone tissue, promoting blood flow, and mimicking natural teeth. To do this, a titanium post is placed inside of the jaw and given time to heal, then a restoration is placed on top, whether it’s a single implant-retained crown or a complex bridge or denture.