It’s easy to take your teeth for granted, but once they’re gone, it’ll be much harder for you to speak clearly or enjoy a varied diet. Furthermore, if the new space in your mouth stays empty, your other teeth may start to shift out of place, and that could ultimately lead to bite problems or even further tooth loss. Dr. Courter can offer dental implants, dentures, and other options to fill the gap in your smile so that you can keep enjoying a high quality of life. Contact our dental office to schedule a consultation today to learn your options to replacing missing teeth in Midland, TX!
Why Choose Dr. Michael Courter for Replacing Missing Teeth?
Knowledgeable and Experienced Dentist
Long-Lasting Dental Implants to Replace Any Number of Teeth
Beautiful Customized False Teeth
If you’re missing a single tooth or a few teeth in a row, you might be able to replace them with a dental bridge as long as there are still healthy teeth next to the gap. Traditional bridges consist of one or more false teeth that are connected by a pair of crowns attached to your natural teeth. Your new restoration will be shaded and designed so that it matches the rest of your smile; most people won’t even notice that you’ve had dental work done.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Probably the first solution you’ll think of when it comes to missing teeth, today’s dentures are more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing than ever before. Traditional full dentures are used when there’s little to no teeth remaining in your upper or lower arch and are held in place by suction or adhesive; if you still have plenty of healthy teeth, you might get partial dentures secured by a metal clasp instead.
While dentures and bridges have their advantages, dental implants are unique in that they’re the only kind of restoration that replaces the roots of the tooth. This makes the restorations they support stronger and more stable, so you’ll be able to eat all your favorite foods without worrying about your false teeth slipping. Furthermore, implants stimulate the jaw to prevent bone loss, and they can last for decades with minimal maintenance and good oral hygiene.