Replacing Missing Teeth – Williamsville, NY
Don’t Let Your Smile Stay Incomplete
A sudden injury, severe gum disease, tooth decay that was caught too late – all of these things can leave you with a missing tooth. No matter what the cause was, you need to fill that gap in quickly if you don’t want to suffer the long-term consequences of an incomplete smile, such as difficulty chewing, dental drift, and bone loss in the jaw. Call us today to schedule a consultation with the Amherst Dental Group team to discuss your options for tooth replacement.
Why Choose Amherst Dental Group for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Comprehensive Implant Treatment
- Expertly Crafted, Lifelike Restorations
- Sedation Available for Anxious Patients
In the case of a missing tooth or a few in a row, two crowns can be used to literally “bridge” the gap. A crown will be placed on both of the teeth surrounding the missing ones, and these will be used to support prosthetic teeth that fill in the space. This not only helps a person regain their complete smile, but it also helps even out the bite and keeps the remaining teeth from shifting out of place.
If you are currently dealing with a significant amount of tooth loss, dentures offer a quick, affordable, and natural-looking way to restore your complete smile. Thanks to the latest advancements in dental prosthetics, modern-day dentures are now smaller, sleeker, and more comfortable than ever. Partial dentures can replace multiple missing teeth while fitting in seamlessly with the remaining ones, while a full denture can completely restore an entire row of teeth.
Dental implants are the most complete tooth replacement solution available today. They are unique in that they restore the entire structure of the tooth both above and below the gum line, including the root. This not only makes them particularly strong, but it also creates the most natural-looking results possible. They can be used to replace everything from a single tooth all the way to an entire mouthful, and the results are always stunning.