Replace Missing Teeth – Frisco, TX
Replacement Teeth You Can Trust
Are you missing one or more teeth? You’re certainly not alone. About 120 million people in America are missing at least one, and more than 36 million have no natural teeth left at all. Whether you’ve lost one or your entire arch of teeth, you likely know just how difficult eating and speaking can be without a complete bite. Without replacement teeth to maintain healthy spacing, your teeth can drift out of position and cause alignment problems. At Archway Dental, Dr. Parmar provides many options to replace missing teeth in Frisco, TX, and we know that we can find a solution that meets your specific needs. Are you ready to replace your missing teeth? Contact our Frisco dental office today to schedule your consultation.
Why Choose Archway Dental to Replace Missing Teeth?
- Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Placement and Restoration
- Dentist with Years of Experience
- Caring, Compassionate Dental Team
For one to three consecutive missing teeth, we can use a dental bridge, which is basically several dental crowns that have been fused together with the end crowns hollowed out. Attaching to the teeth that surround the gap, the bridge keeps the other teeth from wandering into the space between. Because the bridge is firmly held in place by these anchoring teeth, you don’t have to worry about your replacement teeth coming out.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Sometimes the missing teeth are spread out within the arch; in that case, we can place a partial denture to fill in the gaps. Partial dentures use clasps that hold onto the healthy teeth for stability. If, however, you’ve lost all your teeth, a full denture can bring back your smile’s natural appearance and confidence. Our custom restorations are made to fit you specifically, so you know that you’ll love your replacement teeth for years to come.
If you’re looking for a more natural, more permanent, and more comprehensive way to replace your missing teeth, you should consider dental implants. Instead of just addressing the crown or top part of the missing teeth, dental implants go below the surface and replace the roots as well. As a result, dental implants provide advantages that the other solutions simply can’t alone. These include a high success rate, a significantly longer lifespan, and stronger biting force.