Replacing Missing Teeth – Dublin, OH

Filling in the Gaps in Your Grin

A missing tooth is more than just an aesthetic problem. It can completely throw off the balance of your bite, significantly decrease your chewing power, and diminish your oral health. The good news is that you don’t have to force yourself to get used to life with missing teeth. Dr. Buck has several ways to fill in gaps in your grin, so don’t hesitate to call our dental office if it looks like there’s tooth loss that you need to deal with in the future. We can review your options for replacing missing teeth in our Dublin, OH dental office. 

Why Choose Distinctive Smiles of Dublin for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Partnered with Reliable Dental Implant Experts
  • Fully Customized Dentures and Bridges
  • Team Known for Excellent Customer Service

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge

A dental bridge can be used to replace one tooth, but it can also fill in gaps left by multiple consecutive teeth. The crowns at either end of the bridge are anchored to your natural teeth so that the false teeth between them (known as “pontics”) can fill in the space. The crowns and the pontics are made out of tooth-colored materials that can be shaded to match your specific smile, making your new teeth look as dazzling and natural as your other teeth.

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Dentures & Partials

Full denture

If you need to replace multiple missing teeth or even a full row of teeth, let our Dublin dental team talk to you about receiving treatment with a removable prosthetic. Using a custom-made partial denture, we can help you complete your smile with a prosthetic that fits around the gaps in your smile like a puzzle piece. We can also create a full denture for anyone who needs to replace all of their upper or lower teeth. In both cases, you’ll have a prosthetic that looks natural and improves your smile’s functionality but is also easy to remove.

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Dental Implants

Animated smile with dental implant supported fixed bridge

Dental implants are in a class of their own compared to traditional bridges and dentures. They’re permanently anchored to your jawbone so that they can act like tooth roots. Not only will they stop your new teeth from moving around, but they can also stimulate the jawbone to stop it from breaking down over time. If you’re interested in dental implants but aren’t sure if they’re the right choice for you, you can schedule a consultation with us so that we can examine your mouth and determine whether you’re a candidate for the treatment.

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