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Replace Missing Teeth – North Dallas, TX

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Rebuild Your Smile

Older woman receiving dental exam after replacing missing teeth

Tooth loss is not only detrimental for your smile’s appearance, but for your long-term oral health as well. Even if you’re missing just one tooth, it matters. Whether it’s a tooth visible in your smile or not, basic tasks like chewing, grinding, speaking, and smiling will all be negatively affected without treatment. Thankfully, Dr. Rouhani has experience performing multiple full mouth reconstruction cases, so you can trust him to rebuild your entire smile with your needs in mind. Give his dental office a call today to schedule a consultation to learn more about replacing missing teeth in North Dallas, TX!

Why Choose Dental Attraction for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dentist Experienced in Complex Dental Reconstruction Cases
  • In-House Dental Implant Placement Available
  • Provides Advanced Cone Beam Scanner Technology

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge being placed over two dental implants

When either single or multiple consecutive teeth need to be replaced, a dental bridge is used to fill the gap. This restoration is made up of multiple crowns fused together, with the crowns on either end being hollowed out so they can be affixed to natural teeth in the jaw. This means that existing tooth enamel needs to be minimally removed to provide a long-term foundation. After placement, you can expect your restoration to last well over 10 years when you practice daily oral care.

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Model of implant denture

If you have extensive tooth loss, either in your entire arch or on opposite sides of your mouth, then you’ll find a full or partial denture to be incredibly beneficial. These restorations are designed to look very natural thanks to the porcelain and acrylic materials used to create them. Dr. Rouhani makes sure that your denture fits comfortably and walks you through the right steps to care for your denture moving forward.

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Dental Implants

Illustrated x ray of person with a dental implant

Unlike dentures or dental bridges, dental implants are designed to integrate with your existing bone and gum tissue. They consist of a titanium post that’s placed inside of the jaw, a porcelain crown that sits on top of the post, and an abutment that connects the two components together. Because of their extensive integration, you can expect benefits that you wouldn’t necessarily get from traditional tooth replacements. This includes a fully-restored biting force and the longest-lasting solution for tooth loss available today.

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