Replace Missing Teeth – Goodyear, AZ
Regain a Smile That’s Functional & Complete
Whether you’re missing a single tooth or all of your teeth, having gaps in your smile can drastically alter your daily life by making it hard to chew food, speak, and complete other basic tasks. Fortunately, Dr. Wheeler offers a variety of custom-tailored tooth replacement solutions to help boost your confidence and improve your quality of life by restoring your smile. If you’re suffering from tooth-loss, don’t hesitate to reach out to our dental office and schedule a consultation to discuss solutions to replace missing teeth with our Goodyear, AZ dentist!
Why Choose Goodyear Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- We Accept Dental Insurance
- Transparent, Honest Dental Care
- Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Treatment
If you’re missing one or more teeth in a row, dental bridges can help literally bridge the gap in your smile and complete your arch of teeth. These prosthetics are made from natural-looking ceramic and consist of two dental crowns fused to either side of one or more free-standing replacement teeth. The crowns will hold the bridge in place by being anchored to your natural, healthy teeth that surround the gap in your smile. Once in place, your dental bridge can last for over a decade with the proper maintenance.
We offer both full and partial dentures for patients who are missing several or all of their teeth along an arch. Both of these restorations are made from a gum-colored acrylic base that houses ceramic replacement teeth. Full dentures stay in place using natural suction and denture adhesive, while partials are specially designed to fit like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth. To learn more about dentures, contact our dental office today to schedule a consultation!
Dental implants are a modern, advanced tooth replacement solution that doesn’t just restore the biting surface of your missing teeth, but the entire structure. A titanium implant post will act as the missing roots of your teeth, providing your jawbone with stimulation and anchoring your restoration in place. This allows implant-retained restorations to be more durable and stronger, as well as look and feel completely natural. To learn more, click on the link below!