Missing Teeth – North Dallas, TX
Replacement Teeth That Look and Feel Natural
In the past 20 years that Dr. Patel has been practicing dentistry, one of his primary focuses has been on taking continuing education courses to allow him to restore patients’ missing teeth with high-quality, long-lasting prosthetics. In fact, one of the treatments that he’s most known in the area for providing is dental implants. Using the latest technology, materials, and techniques, our team at Prestige Dental can not only restore the look of your complete smile but also its function. Call to schedule an appointment if you’re interested in learning more.
Why Choose Prestige Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Start-to-Finish Dental Implants Under One Roof
- Skilled Implant Dentist with Over 20 Years of Experience
- Advanced Cone Beam CT Imaging
Dental bridges literally act to bridge the gap caused by several missing teeth in a row. These prosthetics are comprised of two parts: dental crowns that anchor the bridge in place, and free-standing replacement teeth located between the crowns, called pontics. Traditional bridges require the alteration of your natural teeth to anchor the bridge in place, while implant-retained bridges can be secured to implants located at either end of the gap in your arch.
Dentures are a tried-and-true solution to tooth loss that can replace several missing teeth scattered throughout the arch, or an entire row. Both partial and full dentures feature customized, gum-colored acrylic bases that can be stabilized in the mouth using either surrounding missing teeth, suction, or dental implants. Dr. Patel can also secure a denture to four dental implants located across the jawbone, all within a day for fast results and a streamlined process.
Dental implants allow Dr. Patel to take aesthetically beautiful, customized replacement teeth and make them even better by providing them with a more stable and stronger foundation to be attached to. These small, titanium posts are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone to replace the root structure of missing teeth. Not only does this prevent jawbone deterioration over time, but it also allows your new replacement teeth to offer an array of unique and life-changing benefits.