Tooth loss affects roughly 120 million Americans at this very moment, and if you are part of this group, then you know how big of an issue even a single missing tooth can be. Chewing can become difficult, speech can feel awkward, and even smiling can turn into a constant source of anxiety. At Gentle Dentistry Sparta, we’re ready to help patients overcome all of these obstacles and more using custom-made solutions. With dental bridges, dentures, and state-of-the-art dental implants, Dr. Zelia Cannon can successfully replace missing teeth in Sparta, NJ for a lifetime of fully restored confidence and oral health. Are you ready to finally close the gaps? If so, contact us today to schedule a FREE dental implant evaluation.
Replacing Missing Teeth – Sparta, NJ
Beautiful Smiles Regained
Why Choose Gentle Dentistry Sparta for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Dentist Trained at the Prestigious Pankey Institute
- Custom-Made Dental Implant Restorations
- Treatments Designed to Look & Feel Natural
A dental bridge can be used to literally bridge the space left by one or more missing teeth in a row. These are made by bonding multiple dental crowns together. The crowns on either end are hollowed out so they can be fitted over the remaining teeth near the missing ones, and these provide support for the entire prosthetic. Bridges help a patient recover their ability to eat whatever they want and feel secure every time they smile.
Dentures & Partials
Dentures are prosthetics that can be used to replace several missing teeth at the same time, and thankfully, the dentures of today are very different than the ones your parents or grandparents might have worn. Our dentures are made using mostly acrylic and ceramic materials, creating something that looks natural, fits comfortably, and can be trusted to stand the test of time. Dr. Cannon can design dentures to fit seamlessly among a patient’s remaining teeth or sit on top of the gums to bring back an entire row.
When it comes to tooth replacement, dental implants simply offer more than any other treatment. In addition to restoring the visible portion of a tooth, they also bring back the root structure below the gum line. The end result is that a patient’s new tooth looks, feels, and functions just like a real one in every way. Plus, implants also have incredible longevity—they’re often able to last about 30 years with just minimal maintenance.