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Replace Missing Teeth – Lansing, MI

Expertly Restoring
Your Smile

When you have a full set of natural teeth, it’s easy to take them for granted. Once you’ve lost even a single tooth to decay or an injury, however, you’ll fully appreciate just how essential a complete smile is for enjoying the best quality of life possible. Fortunately, those gaps in your grin don’t have to stay empty forever; our specialists at Healthy Smiles Dental Care have multiple options for filling them! Call us today to learn more about what it takes to rebuild a smile.

Why Choose Healthy Smiles Dental Care for Replacing Missing Teeth?

Dental Bridges

Even a single missing tooth can cause complications, and multiple missing teeth in a row can be absolutely devastating to your overall self-esteem. You’re also likely to suffer from pain while trying to chew your favorite foods. With a dental bridge, we can fill in the gap in your smile using a pair of dental crowns that support one or more false teeth between them. This will prevent the rest of your teeth from drifting out of alignment. There are actually four different kinds of dental bridges, and they are anchored to the teeth in a variety of ways. Our dental specialists will go over the options with you and point you towards the type of bridge that you would most benefit from.

Dentures

Most patients who have lost an entire arch of teeth use dentures to continue speaking clearly and eating a nutritious variety of foods. Almost anyone who has lost most or all of their teeth can be considered a candidate for traditional full dentures. You might also be able to get partial dentures in order to fill gaps that are located throughout your mouth. Don’t forget to take your dentures out at night to give your gums a chance to recover while you sleep.

Dental Implants

Many patients and dentists consider dental implants their first choice when it comes to replacing teeth, and with good reason. The posts are permanently anchored into the jaw and can stay there for many years. Not only will they stimulate the jawbone so that it doesn’t break down, but they will also give your new teeth strength that is almost on par with the real things. If you think dental implants might be your best tooth replacement option, schedule a consultation as early as possible.

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