Missing Teeth Parker
First-Rate Prosthetics to Address Your Tooth Loss
At RidgeGate Dental, Dr. Ahern and Dr. Arnold want to help patients enjoy life by keeping natural teeth as healthy and long-lasting as possible. However, when they fall out or must be removed for any reason, we can still provide first-rate prosthetics to address tooth loss. With multiple options to discuss with our team, you can choose between a dental bridge, dentures, or dental implants. Made from the best materials, your high-quality, beautiful smile will allow you to eat with ease, speak with clarity, and smile without fear. Call us to discuss your options and which tooth replacement solution is right for you.
Why Choose RidgeGate Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- We Partner with Local Implant Specialists for Placement
- Lifelike Materials to Produce Natural Appearances
- Innovative Technology for Optimal Treatment Planning
Dental bridges are commonly used to replace missing consecutive teeth along the top or lower arches. Crafted from two dental crowns and free-standing artificial teeth (pontics), it relies on healthy abutment teeth as anchors to help hold itself in place. Not only does a fixed dental bridge make it easy to complete daily oral functions like eating and speaking, but it also has a lifespan of 5-7 years, so you can be free to embrace life to the fullest.
Similar to a fixed bridge is a partial denture. However, these can replace missing teeth not seated next to each other. Built with a gum-colored, acrylic base and metal framework, the artificial teeth are placed onto the base so that the partial fits like a puzzle piece, attaching to healthy teeth to complete your smile and improve tooth usage. Full dentures are made much in the same way except they do not have a metal framework. Instead, they only rest on top of the gums and use natural suction and denture adhesive to remain secure. No matter which prosthetic you need, these teeth will help you enjoy greater confidence all the time.
Unlike its traditional counterparts, dental implants support custom restorations that help to create a fully restored smile. These titanium posts function like normal tooth roots when affixed to the jawbone. Delivering stimulation that other restorative tooth replacements cannot, dental implants create a sound structure that allows newly placed teeth to remain in position for 30+ years. Also, their versatility makes it possible to treat all types of tooth loss.