Missing Teeth Solutions In Huntington Beach

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Have a Missing Tooth or Teeth? We Can Help!

Dental implants are closest to a natural tooth you can get for a replacement missing tooth or teeth. They offer terrific benefits that those who desire a full smile can’t speak highly enough about.

At Dental Oasis of Orange County, we are pleased to provide all the cutting edge solutions to missing teeth. No matter if you are missing a single tooth due to an accident or require a full set of prosthetics, we have options available.

You don’t have to go through life with dentures or bridges. With dental implants, you receive a permanent solution, that not only looks more natural but also feels more comfortable too.

Call us today at (714) 894-7700 to learn more or you can request an appointment online!

Missing Teeth Solutions In Huntington Beach

Treatments for Missing Teeth

At Dental Oasis of Orange County, we offer numerous solutions to help patients achieve a full smile. Not everyone has the same amount of teeth missing, just as everyone’s budget may be different.

Regardless of how many teeth you need to replace, we have a variety of options available to suit your needs. Not everyone’s situation is the same, and therefore not every opportunity is right for that particular patient.

With an exam by our dentist, Dr. Toorani, we will asses the condition of your remaining teeth and gums to create a unique plan that works well for you. Take a look at the dental services we offer for missing teeth.

Our dentist creating a dental crown for a missing tooth
Dr. Toorani Fixing a missing tooth

Replacing One Tooth

Losing a tooth can happen for numerous reasons. Accidents happen all the time. If you find that you have lost a tooth due to an accident or progressive decay, there are options for replacements. Replacing one tooth is different than multiple. There are three options for replacing a single missing tooth.

Dental Implant for single tooth replacement

Dental Implant

It will consist of the dental implant post, an abutment, and the restorative prosthesis.

The restorative part of a single dental implant is called a crown. Much like the crown used to cap a broken tooth, crowns are made from durable porcelain or composite materials.

Single Tooth Denture

Partial Denture

We use the support of your jawbone and surrounding teeth for the denture to fix into place. These may require adhesives, but not always.

One concern with this option is it may affect the bone density/bone loss over time and may need to be replaced.

Single Tooth Dental Bridge

Bridge

A bridge is secured by the teeth next to the missing tooth. This is an ideal option for those that have healthy teeth surrounding the area. A bridge can be fixed or removable.

These are helpful to keep other teeth from shifting positions due to a missing tooth while filling the gap for a complete smile.

Replacing Multiple Teeth

Just like you would with a single tooth, partial dentures and bridges are available to replace multiple missing teeth. Partial dentures can be fitted for those that have a missing tooth on one side of the mouth and another missing on the opposite side. A bridge is useful for those with multiple teeth missing in one location, as long as there are healthy teeth that can be used as an anchoring point. Implant-supported dentures and bridges are popular options because they are more secure than the traditional alternatives and use a single implant that connects to a denture or bridge giving a more natural appearance.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-Supported Dentures

A denture that snaps into place, connecting to a surgically placed implant. Will stabilize dentures while providing much-needed support for biting or chewing.

One of the top reasons this choice is significantly better than conventional dentures that are glued into place. With a traditional denture, the prosthetic is attached to the adjoining teeth with a bracket and is reliant on the surrounding teeth for support.

An implant-supported denture doesn’t require the surrounding teeth to be in excellent condition; rather it uses the implant as its support system.

Implant-Supported Bridge

Implant-Supported Bridges

For three or more missing teeth that are adjacent to one another, an implant supported bridge might be the best option.

Like the implant-supported denture, the bridge will merely be connected to the implant. However, they will be permanently fixed into place by your dentist.

Many patients opt of this particular service because it offers the most natural feeling for a replacement.

All-On-4 Implants - Full Mouth Teeth Replacement

Replacing All Teeth

Dentures have long been used to help those that are needing a full set replacement to achieve a full smile. However, they are not as secure or as comfortable as wearers would like. They also will contribute to bone loss over time. Instead, opting for dental implants, you can get a complete smile in just one day.

 

Full Teeth Replacement in One Day

The use of eight implants and implant-supported denture can be used to replace all teeth. For those that have had a full set of dentures and would like something more stable, more comfortable, with less worry, these are excellent.

Full Teeth In A Day, allows a patient to walk out of the office with a new smile. Full Teeth In A Day can also be used as a replacement for an entire arch. For this, there are only four implants needed that are strategically placed on the arch to support the denture.

No matter if you need a top, bottom, or both, having a more natural and secure fitting denture without the fake palette can be a great option.

Visit Dental Oasis of Orange County in Huntington Beach, CA

No matter if you are missing a single tooth or have multiple missing teeth, let our team and Dr. Brian Toorani help restore your smile. We offer all the latest in dental innovations that can make your teeth look natural and customized to match you, no one else.

From implants to bridges, to implant-supported dentures, we are pleased to be the premier Huntington Beach, CA dental office offering implants, dentures, and bridges with minimally invasive procedures. Get your confidence back today! Schedule your appointment online or give us a call at (714) 894-7700.

 

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