Missing Teeth Wethersfield

Bring Back Your Complete Smile

Maybe you need to have a tooth removed due to an advanced oral health issue. Or maybe some of your teeth were knocked out of your mouth in an accident. Regardless of why you have an incomplete smile, it is best for your oral health to have the now-empty space filled in as quickly as you can. Dr. Dolan and Dr. Gionfriddo offer multiple forms of tooth replacement, from traditional bridges and dentures to state-of-the-art dental implants; give us a call to learn more about our solutions for missing teeth.

Why Choose Dolan Dental Group for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Implants Placed and Restored In-Office
  • Lifelike, Long-Lasting Materials
  • State-of-the-Art Technology

Dental Bridges

Whether you need to replace a single tooth or multiple consecutive teeth at a time, dental bridges are one of the most common methods available. A bridge consists of at least one pontic (artificial tooth) and two crowns fused together and placed on top of modified teeth. The crowns on either end of the bridge are anchored to your existing teeth (much like individual crowns are), and the pontic sitting in between them acts as the replacement tooth that fills the gap in your smile.

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If you have several missing teeth on opposite sides of your mouth or you’re missing all the teeth in a given arch, full and partial dentures are one of the most affordable solutions you can consider. Full dentures are made of porcelain and acrylic material so they can properly blend in with your mouth while in use. Partial dentures are usually made with porcelain teeth and a metal base, which is placed into the mouth like a puzzle piece. Both can last several years with proper care and make it possible to enjoy many of the foods you couldn’t before.

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Dental Implants

It’s possible to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire arch of teeth from the roots up thanks to dental implants. Because dental implants are surgically inserted into your jaw, they can provide all kinds of benefits that you wouldn’t see from traditional bridges and dentures. If you schedule a consultation at our office, our team can explain the benefits of dental implants in more detail and help determine whether you’re a candidate for the procedure.

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Full-Mouth Reconstruction

When all of your teeth need to be rebuilt or replaced, it may be time to consider a full mouth reconstruction. The treatment could involve dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants for replacing missing teeth, but you may also need crowns and other restorations for teeth that are simply damaged. The full-mouth reconstruction process will be personalized according to your needs; all we need to do is examine your smile and figure out what services are required to get your oral health back on track.