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Multiple Tooth Replacement in Glenpool

Rebuild a Beautiful Smile Today!

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New advancements in dentistry make it possible for your natural teeth to last for a lifetime. Unfortunately, despite these innovations, tooth loss is a reality for many Americans. Although a single missing tooth can impact your self-esteem, several lost teeth can be devastating for your confidence and your quality of life. At Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry, we understand the challenges you face. We can rebuild your smile with multiple tooth replacement in Glenpool.

Why Choose Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry for Multiple Tooth Replacements?

  • Talented, Highly Trained Dentists
  • Kind, Friendly Dental Team
  • Personalized Treatment Plan Just for You

What are the Tooth Replacement Options?

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Now, you have more options than ever to replace your missing teeth. Besides traditional methods, you can also choose a solution that can last for several decades using dental implants. With so many options available, it can be difficult to make the right choice for your smile. We take the time to explain each treatment to find the perfect one for your individual needs and your desired results.

Crown & Bridge

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A crown and bridge is the most tradition solution to replace one to three consecutive missing teeth. We take an impression of your mouth to craft prosthetic teeth to fill the empty space. It is held in place by reshaping your adjacent teeth to bond dental crowns to them. On average, this treatment can last for about 5 years before needing to be replaced.

Implant-Supported Bridge

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As an alternative to the traditional method, you can anchor your bridge to your jawbone using a dental implant at either end. The implant posts are surgically placed into your jaw, so there is no need to permanently alter healthy teeth. They also stimulate your jaw to encourage new bone growth to stop dental drift. This improves your oral health and allows them to potentially last for a lifetime.

Partial Dentures/Implant-Supported Partial Dentures

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If you are missing most of your teeth, a partial is a common treatment. Prosthetic teeth are featured in a gum-colored base, which is attached to a metal framework. This allows it to clip or clasp onto your remaining natural teeth to hold it in place.

You can also attach your partial using dental implants. You will enjoy the next best thing to your natural teeth because there will not be any slipping or irritation. In fact, you can restore as much as 70% of your biting force.

How Do I Determine which Implant Solution is Right for Me?

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Choosing a tooth replacement option is a big decision, but you will not need to make it on your own. After performing an initial consultation and discussing the results you want to achieve, we will help you make the right choice for your smile.

Does Replacing Multiple Teeth Impact the Cost?

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There are several factors that influence the amount you will pay, such as the number of teeth you are replacing and the type of dental prosthetic. We help you maximize the value of your dental insurance to reduce the amount you need to pay out-of-pocket. We accept a variety of payment options, including CareCredit, to keep your new smile affordable.

Contact our office today to invest in a complete smile!