Replace Missing Teeth – Fairfield, OH
Make Your Smile Complete, Restore Your Daily Functions
The moment a tooth is lost, other teeth are put at higher risk being lost as well. You may also notice your remaining teeth shifting out of place the longer you go without having them replaced. Thankfully, there are multiple solutions to choose from at Dr. Dine’s dental office, all of which are highly personalized your needs. Whether you’re in need of single or multiple tooth replacement solutions, don’t wait to give our dental office a call to learn how you can get started with options to replace missing teeth in Fairfield, OH!
Why Choose Andrew Dine, DDS for Tooth Replacement?
- Works with Experts to Place Dental Implants
- Kind, Caring, and Friendly Team and Dentist
- Complimentary Nitrous Oxide for Anxious Patients
Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can effectively fill the gap in your smile and prevent neighboring teeth from shifting out of place. Bridges are made up of several ceramic crowns fused together. The crowns on either end of the bridge are hollowed out, allowing them to fit on top of existing teeth, which are modified to act as abutments for the restoration.
If you have several missing teeth on opposite sides of your mouth or your entire arch is missing teeth full and partial dentures can work to restore your smile substantially at an affordable price. Full dentures are designed to match the overall shape of your mouth and stay in place through natural suction to the gums, while partial dentures rely on metal hooks that wrap around existing teeth, which keeps in stable while in use.
If you’re looking to replace teeth with a more reliable solution, it’s difficult to recommend anything other than dental implants. When teeth are lost, the roots come out with them. The roots are essential for many basic oral functions, including a strong biting force. Dental implants work to replace the tooth roots to the fullest extent, meaning that your future tooth replacement can function reliably and maintain stability for decades on end.