Replace Missing Teeth – Trophy Club, TX
How We Can Complete Your Smile
About 120 million Americans are missing one or more teeth, and if you’re part of that statistic, chances are you’re looking for tooth replacement. After all, tooth loss makes it nearly impossible to eat delicious foods and show off your smile with pride. To help, Dr. Alysa Sadkin offers many options to replace missing teeth here at Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club. With the help of Dr. David Crumpton, we can even provide dental implants in-house. To find out how we can renew your smile, call us today to schedule a consultation to discuss options to replace missing teeth in our Trophy Club, TX dental office!
Why Choose Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club for Tooth Replacement?
- Dental Implants Placed & Restored Under One Roof
- Insurance Accepted & In-House Dental Savings Plan Available
- Mess-Free Digital Dental Impressions
If you’re missing one tooth or several teeth in a row, we can literally bridge the gap by placing a custom dental bridge. This restoration consists of two dental crowns that are each placed on the teeth at the ends of the gap, with one or more free-standing prosthetic teeth strung between them. We can craft your bridge from durable metals for back teeth, and we can also replace missing front teeth with bridges made from porcelain, zirconia, and other lifelike materials.
For patients who are missing several or even all of their teeth along the top or bottom, the right denture can truly change their lives. We can provide personalized full and partial dentures that restore your chewing and speaking abilities while also enabling you to smile with confidence again. Partial dentures fit comfortably and seamlessly between your remaining teeth, while full dentures sit on the gums and stay in place with natural suction.
If you want a tooth replacement that feels just as natural as it looks, then you might be interested in dental implants. No matter how many teeth you’re missing, we can replace all of them by securing a crown, bridge, or denture onto these titanium posts that mimic tooth roots. Once they’re surgically placed in your jaw, they integrate with the bone tissue, forming an attachment that can potentially last a lifetime.