Replace Missing Teeth – Copperas Cove, TX
Don’t Settle for an Incomplete Smile
Losing one or two teeth might not seem like a major issue at first. However, even one missing tooth can lead to difficulty chewing, shifting teeth, and an even higher risk for additional tooth loss. Not to mention, a visible gap in your grin can hinder your self-confidence. Don’t settle for an incomplete smile! Instead, contact our team at Benchmark Family Dental to schedule a consultation to discuss options for replacing missing teeth in our Copperas Cove, TX dental office.
Why Choose Benchmark Family Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Wax-Up Models Offered to Preview Your New Teeth
- Digital iTero Scanners for Impressions Without the Mess
- Partnered with Trusted Dental Implant Experts in the Area
A dental bridge can seamlessly replace one or even several consecutive missing teeth. It consists of three or more prosthetic teeth that are fused. Each of the crowns on the end of the bridge is hollowed out and fitted over your natural teeth for a solution that stays securely in place. Dental bridges can be made from metals like gold, but we often recommend ceramic bridges for their durability and a lifelike appearance.
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In the old days, dentures might have been bulky or uncomfortable, but modern technology has made these prosthetics look and feel more natural than ever before. Full dentures can instantly recreate an entire arch of teeth by sitting comfortably on your gums, while a partial denture fits between your remaining teeth to effortlessly fill the gaps. No matter which type of denture you choose, your replacement teeth will be removable for easy, thorough cleaning.
Other forms of tooth replacement only bring back the crowns of the teeth (the part above the gum line), but dental implants also replace the roots. These small metal posts are anchored in your jaw, fused to the bone, and are capable of supporting any number of artificial teeth. Plus, dental implants can last longer than dentures or bridges alone. In fact, they last for about 30+ years.
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