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Multiple Missing Teeth – Dallas, TX

Restore a Complete Smile from the Root Up

Woman with dental Implants in North Dallas

If you’ve lost a few teeth over the years, the spaces have caused devastating consequences for your confidence, oral health, and overall quality of life. Thankfully, you don’t need to live with the complications. Dental Attraction offers the latest solutions to replace missing teeth, including dental implants in North Dallas. We will rebuild a beautiful, functional smile you’ll want to show off.

Two Consecutive Missing Teeth

Implant-supported bridge for tooth loss.

Every tooth is essential to a strong, healthy jawbone. Even losing a tooth or two will weaken your bone because it isn’t being stimulated by the roots. Over time, your remaining teeth won’t have the support they need to stay in place. To help stop dental drift, a fixed bridge can fill the space of the missing teeth. All-ceramic material recreates the surface of the teeth above the gumline. The bridge is stabilized by bonding dental crowns over the adjacent teeth. As an alternative, a dental implant can be used to recreate the root of a tooth, anchoring your bridge in place without relying on healthy teeth for support.

Three or More Consecutive Missing Teeth

Model of an implant-supported bridge.

A traditional fixed bridge can treat three or more missing teeth in a row; however, you’ll need to permanently alter healthy teeth to hold it in place. Instead of abutment teeth, a titanium dental implant can be placed at either end of the bridge to support it. This method also replaces the roots, stimulating new bone growth to keep your jaw strong.

Multiple Missing Teeth Throughout an Arch

Model of an implant-retained denture.

A partial is the most traditional method to treat significant tooth loss throughout an arch. Prosthetic teeth are held in a gum-colored base that relies on a metal framework to hold it in place. Although it is effective, it needs healthy teeth to secure it. A combination of single-unit implants and implant-retained bridges can rebuild your smile without needing other teeth for support.

A complete arch is treated with a conventional denture which rests on top of your gum tissue to reinstate a functional smile. Although they have undergone several improvements, they will always have their limitations. Instead, 4 to 10 dental implants can secure your denture to your jawbone, so you’ll never need to worry about slipping and irritation again.

Benefits of Implant-Retained Prosthetics

A dental implant is the only treatment to reconstruct the entire tooth, including the root. As a result, this produces several advantages that can’t be achieved using a traditional method, such as:

  • Over a 95% success rate to last for several decades.
  • Looks natural using all-ceramic material.
  • Regain as much as 70% of your natural biting force.
  • Preserves your jawbone’s density.
  • Supports facial tissues.
  • Stops dental drift and improves oral health.
  • Don’t rely on healthy teeth for support.
  • Long-term, cost-effective treatment.

If you’re missing teeth in Dallas, don’t settle for anything less than the best. You can invest in a functional, beautiful smile using a revolutionary solution. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for a personalized plan to complete your smile.