Replacement Of Missing Teeth

replacement of missing teeth

Tooth Replacement for missing and broken teeth:

Implant Dentistry

The primary approach for the replacement of missing teeth is dental implants. The root of the tooth is replaced with a metal post, and a synthetic tooth that feels and looks natural is used to fill the gap.

Due to the implant’s need to merge with the jawbone, the process requires some time. The end effect is a natural-looking, pleasant smile. You’ll be able to behave naturally around them by eating, speaking, and grinning.


Dentures for missing teeth are a fantastic and long-lasting solution. Losing a tooth can be, put it mildly, disturbing. Most frequently, a physical accident, dental decay, or disease can cause it.

Dental bridges & crowns

For teeth restored with dental implants or teeth that are partially missing, dental crowns are an option. They are tooth-shaped caps that come in various materials and are used to cover an implant or existing partial tooth. Dental bridges with crowns serve to span the space between healthy teeth when a tooth is completely gone.


Bonding is a long-term solution for the replacement of missing teeth, although it is not a permanent one. Typically, depending on how intensive the operation is, it can last up to 10 years. Dental bonding just needs one visit to finish and will last for many years. Bonding can help restore broken, chipped, cracked teeth, completing your smile.

Porcelain Veneers

Applying porcelain veneers is another option for teeth that are just partially gone. Thin porcelain shells called veneers are attached to the front of teeth. Porcelain veneers are made to complement or enhance your current smile.