Tooth Replacement

Rediscover Your Bite Function
Tooth replacement treatment offers a range of options for restoring missing teeth, allowing you to regain your confident smile and improve your oral health. Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, modern dental advancements provide effective solutions to meet your specific needs. At our dental practice, we offer comprehensive tooth replacement treatments tailored to provide optimal function and aesthetics, including: –
  • Removable Dentures
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Implants
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Removable Dentures
Removable dentures are a traditional and cost-effective option for replacing missing teeth and surrounding tissues.
They are the removable plate or frame holding one or more artificial teeth. They consist of the replacement artificial teeth, attached to a gum-colored plastic base, which are sometimes connected by metal framework.
These custom-made prosthetic appliances are designed to fit comfortably over your gums and replace multiple missing teeth or an entire arch. Removable dentures offer the following features:
Natural Appearance:
Our skilled dentists meticulously craft removable dentures to resemble your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless blend with your existing smile.
Improved Chewing and Speech:
By restoring missing teeth, removable dentures enhance your ability to chew food properly and improve speech clarity.
Easy Maintenance:
Removable dentures can be easily removed for cleaning, allowing you to maintain good oral hygiene.
Dental Bridges
A dental bridge is a fixed dental prosthesis used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining an artificial tooth definitively to adjacent natural teeth.
A dental bridge can be used when you have natural teeth on both sides of the gap created by your missing tooth. The artificial tooth is held in place by dental crowns that have been cemented onto each side of adjacent teeth.
Some key features of dental bridges include:
Sturdy and Stable:
Dental bridges are securely anchored to the adjacent teeth, providing stability and durability similar to natural teeth.
Enhanced Aesthetics:
Bridges are carefully crafted to match the shape, color, and size of your natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and attractive smile.
Restored Bite Function:
By filling the gap left by missing teeth, dental bridges restore proper chewing function, allowing you to enjoy a varied diet.
Dental Implant
Dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw bone surgically to replace the root of missing teeth, to provide a stable support for an artificial tooth. Dental Implants are stable and feel very natural because they are fused to the bone, hence they restore your ability to chew.
For more detailed information, check out our dental implant treatment page.


Frequently Asked Questions

Dental bridges are fixed tooth replacements that rely on the support of adjacent teeth. Unlike removable dentures, they are securely anchored in place, providing stability and a more permanent solution. Dental bridges also offer enhanced aesthetics and restored bite function.
Yes, dental bridges can effectively replace multiple missing teeth in a row. By using the support of adjacent teeth, they fill the gap left by missing teeth, restoring both the appearance and function of your smile.
The duration for getting dental bridges can vary depending on individual cases. Typically, the process involves two or more dental visits. During the first visit, the adjacent teeth are prepared and impressions are taken. A temporary bridge may be placed. In the subsequent visit, the custom-made bridge is securely bonded into place.
Dental bridges are a long-lasting solution for replacing missing teeth. With proper care and regular dental check-ups, they can provide functionality and aesthetics for many years. However, it’s important to note that bridges may require occasional adjustments or replacements over time.
Yes, removable dentures allow you to eat a wide variety of foods. However, it is advisable to start with softer foods initially and gradually reintroduce harder and chewier foods to allow for adjustment and comfort. Your dentist will provide specific dietary recommendations and guidance.
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