Replacing Missing Teeth – Evanston, IL
Invigorate Your Smile with New Teeth
When you lose a tooth, you’ll probably feel like smiling a lot less, and you won’t be able to enjoy your favorite foods quite as easily. That’s not even touching on the serious implications that tooth loss can have for your oral health as a whole. Our Bowdental of Evanston team has a number of ways to help you fill in those gaps in your smile; call us as soon as you realize that you’re going to need a replacement tooth in the near future. Keep reading to explore your options for replacing missing teeth at our Evanston, IL dental office.
Why Choose Bowdental of Evanston for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Dental Implants Placed In-House
- Expertly Customized Dental Restorations
- Experienced Husband/Wife Team
Dental bridges make use of the teeth adjacent to the gap in your grin to hold your new teeth in place. The restoration is made up of two crowns with a number of pontics (false teeth) between them. The bridge is attached to your natural teeth via the crowns so that the pontics can fill in the empty space and allow you to enjoy the benefits of a complete smile again. A dental bridge that receives proper care can last over a decade without issue.
Dentures & Partials
Dentures give patients away to replace all of their teeth at once without breaking their budget. A full denture can replace an entire row of teeth; partial dentures fit into the gaps in your smile like a puzzle piece. Both types are made with acrylic and porcelain materials, allowing them to blend in perfectly with your gums and any remaining natural teeth. They’re made to be removable so that you can perform routine maintenance relatively easily.
Dental bridges and dentures are traditional forms of tooth replacement that only address the missing crown portion above the gums. If you want to replace the roots as well, you may want to consider dental implants, the modern gold standard for repairing smiles. Dental implants have many advantages that other restorations can’t match, and they can last for far longer in your mouth with only minimal maintenance. Reach out to us today if you’d like to learn more.
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