Replace Missing Teeth – Pasadena, TX
Natural-Looking Ways to Complete Your Smile
Teeth are made out of the strongest substance in your body, and they’re meant to last the rest of your life. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that unexpected injuries or severe oral health problems can’t occasionally cause you to lose one or more teeth. If there’s a gap in your grin, we encourage you to call Pasadena Family Dentistry right away; we have multiple ways to fill in that space so that you can once again enjoy the benefits of a full set of teeth.
Why Choose Pasadena Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Partnered with Local Dental Implant Experts
- Practice That Specializes in Treating Seniors
- Treatments are Always Fully and Clearly Explained
If you’re looking for a traditional way to replace a single tooth or a few teeth in a row, a dental bridge can be an excellent choice. The bridge is composed of at least one false tooth called a pontic as well as two crowns. The pontic (or pontics) fill in the gap left by missing teeth; the crowns, meanwhile, are attached to your natural teeth to keep the restoration anchored in place. We can make bridges out of the same materials as metal-free crowns; that means we can create new teeth that perfectly match your natural smile.
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Dentures have been around in some shape or form for hundreds, even thousands of years, and today, they’re better than ever for patients who prioritize affordability and convenience in their tooth replacement solution. Our team at Pasadena Family Dentistry offers both full prosthetics (designed to replace an entire arch of teeth) and partials (designed to replace certain teeth along a single arch), which are removable for easy cleaning and separate storage during sleep. Looking for more permanence? Implant-retained dentures are also available!
Dentists across the country regard dental implants as the gold standard for replacing teeth. This is for a very good reason: only dental implants can interface with your jawbone to replace the roots of your missing teeth. This means that the implant posts provide better stability and chewing strength for your new smile, and they’ll stop the underlying bone from breaking down. Are you interested in using dental implants to completely restore your smile? Call us today to schedule a consultation.
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Here in Pasadena, we strongly believe that it’s never too late to regain a strong, complete, and functional smile. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the number of dental problems you’re facing, talk to our team about the possibility of undergoing full mouth reconstruction. These plans are personalized to include the restorative services that your teeth need to thrive once more, and our doctors will be happy to arrange them in a way that benefits your budget and schedule.
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We know that many of our senior patients struggle with missing teeth, and we’re proud to offer them the care that they need to continue protecting their smiles in their golden years. This includes making sure that dentures remain in good shape and keeping an eye out for conditions such as dry mouth that are more common among older patients. We always treat our senior patients with compassion and take the time to listen carefully to their needs.