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Replacing Missing Teeth in Glenpool

Enjoy Life with a Full Smile

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From the decrease in your confidence to the loss of some of your favorite meals, missing teeth can have a severe, negative impact on your oral health and your overall well-being. Our doctors can recommend and design a replacement as soon as possible to give your smile its full function and dazzling appearance back. Don’t hesitate; get in touch with us as soon as you realize you could be living with a gap in your mouth.

Why Choose 918 Dentist for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Implant Placement and Restoration Under One Roof
  • Natural-Looking Ceramic Bridges
  • Reliable Dentures for Extensive Tooth Loss

Dental Bridges

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A bridge can be used to close a gap in your smile that was left by one to four missing teeth in a row. Your bridge will use the healthy teeth left on either side of the empty space as support for a pair of crowns. Between the crowns is a false tooth or even multiple false teeth, depending on your needs. Thanks to your new bridge, you’ll be able to smile with confidence, chew a wide variety of foods, and speak clearly. You’ll also prevent your other teeth from drifting into the gap, and your bite will be readjusted so that the forces are properly distributed.

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Patients dealing with tooth loss should not delay in seeking a replacement; missing teeth contributes to low self-confidence and creates difficulties in eating and speaking properly. If you have lost several teeth or lack an entire row in the top or bottom jaw, a full or partial denture can be used to fully restore your smile. Basically, dentures are prosthetic teeth attached to a gum-colored base, and they rest on top of the gums. Implant-retained dentures provide better stability and can further contribute to lasting oral health.

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Dental Implants

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Out of all the different kinds of tooth replacements, dental implants are the closest to having your natural teeth back. The metal posts naturally join with the jaw, acting as a stable base for a crown, bridge, or dentures. You’ll be able to eat anything you want, and your jaw will continue to benefit from the chewing stimulation needed to maintain its density. Implants have an extremely high success rate of 95%, making them a reliable solution for any gaps in your smile.

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