WE ARE OPEN – SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT NOW

Tooth Replacement

Our Patient Before and Afters

We have completed more than 2000 smile transformations with this number growing daily.

Book a Complimentary Phone Consultation

    Tooth Replacement

    When faced with the challenge of missing teeth, finding the right teeth replacement solution is crucial for restoring your smile and oral functionality.

    At Cosmetique Dental, we offer a range of advanced teeth replacement options that cater to your unique needs and preferences.

    Tooth Replacement Options

    1. Dental Bridges and Crowns:

    They are a popular and effective solution for replacing one or multiple teeth. 

    tooth replacement

    A dental bridge consists of one or more artificial teeth, known as pontics, that are held in place by dental crowns placed on adjacent natural teeth. This creates a seamless bridge of teeth, filling the gap left by missing ones.

    Types of Dental Bridges:

    a. Traditional Bridge:

    This involves creating crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and anchoring the pontic(s) in between. 

    b. Cantilever Bridge:

    This is like a traditional bridge, but the pontic is anchored to only one adjacent tooth. This type of bridge is used when there’s only one adjacent tooth available for support.

    c. Maryland Bridge:

    This bridge uses a framework of metal or porcelain that is bonded to the back of adjacent teeth. It’s a conservative option that doesn’t require extensive alteration of neighboring teeth.

    d. Implant-Supported Dental Bridge:

    This type of bridge uses dental implants as abutments. This option is more conservative because no natural teeth will be reduced for fitting of the crowns.

     

    2. Removable Dentures:

    They are another popular tooth replacement option, offering flexibility and ease of maintenance. These dentures are custom-made to fit comfortably in your mouth and can be easily removed for cleaning.

    Types of Removable Dentures:

    a. Complete Dentures:

    Used when all teeth in an arch are missing. Complete dentures rest on the gums and are secured by natural suction or denture adhesive.

    b. Partial Dentures:

    Suitable when some natural teeth remain. Partial dentures have a metal or acrylic framework that attaches to your remaining teeth, filling in the gaps with artificial teeth.

    c. Implant-Supported Dentures:

    These dentures are attached to teeth implants, providing enhanced stability, and preventing bone loss.

     

    Knowing the options for tooth replacement is very important before making an informed decision regarding your dental health. Our team of skilled professionals will recommend the best option suited for your case.