Replacing Missing Teeth – Cinco Ranch, TX
Replacement Teeth That Look & Function Like Natural
The American College of Prosthodontists estimates that 178 million people are missing at least one tooth, while 40 million are missing all of their teeth. While losing teeth due to accidents, dental damage, or aging can seem like a devastating change, rest assured that it’s not uncommon and Dr. Q and our dental team have several high-quality, smile-restoring solutions to rebuild your grin. Learn more about replacing missing teeth in Cinco Ranch, TX by scheduling a consultation with our dental team today!
Why Choose Rejuvenate Dentistry of Cinco Ranch for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Mess-Free Digital Impressions
- Lifelike, Long-Lasting Dental Implants
- High-Quality Materials for Natural-Looking Appearances
Dental bridges are restorations comprised of two crowns fused to either side of free-standing replacement teeth, called pontics. They’re designed to bridge the gap between one or more teeth by being anchored to the existing teeth on either side. Bridges can be made from natural-looking dental materials like porcelain and ceramic to flawlessly restore an arch of teeth and improve the smile’s function.
Dentures & Partials
Whether you’re missing several or all of your teeth along an arch, full and partial dentures may be an excellent way to restore your smile. Full dentures are comprised of two main components, a gum-colored acrylic base, and replacement teeth typically crafted from resin or ceramic. The base uses suction to stay secured to the gums, making eating and speaking easier. Partial dentures have a puzzle piece-like foundation that’s designed to secure between your existing teeth to fill the gaps throughout your arch.
Dental implants are one of the most popular methods for replacing missing teeth because they offer countless benefits that distinguish them from all other treatments. This method utilizes titanium implants that are surgically placed below the gumline to restore the missing root structure of teeth. Due to their biocompatibility, they fuse with the jawbone and create a strong and stable foundation for restorations like dentures, crowns, and bridges to be attached to.