Replace Missing Teeth – San Ramon, CA
Because You Deserve a Complete, Dazzling Smile
It can be hard to imagine losing your permanent teeth, but at some point, whether it’s due to a sudden accident or a long-standing oral health issue, you may find yourself with an incomplete grin. Life with missing teeth can be challenging, but there are ways that our team at Gale Ranch Family Dental can fill in the gap. Contact us right away if you are currently suffering from tooth loss and are trying to figure out the best way to reclaim a complete, fully-functioning smile by replacing missing teeth in San Ramon.
Why Choose Gale Ranch Family Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- In-House Dental Implant Placement
- Emphasis on Great Customer Service
- Advanced Dental Technology
Like individual crowns, dental bridges can be made out of materials that mimic the appearance of real tooth enamel. Each bridge includes two crowns – one on either end – that have a number of artificial teeth suspended between them. We can use a bridge to fill in a gap in your smile by attaching the crowns to your natural teeth. You may be able to get a dental bridge if you have lost one tooth or at least two teeth in a row.
Dentures make it possible to replace multiple teeth simultaneously. Chances are you are familiar with full dentures, which can be worn if all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw are missing. However, if you have multiple gaps that need to be filled, you can instead get a partial denture. Full dentures stay attached to your gums via natural suction while partial dentures often come with clasps to help them stay in place. You’ll be able to take your denture out of your mouth, allowing you to clean it more thoroughly.
One limitation of traditional bridges and dentures is that they can’t restore the roots of missing teeth. For this reason, dental implants are highly recommended for anyone who wants their new teeth to be as close to the real things as possible. Dental implants are able to act as new tooth roots, and they can prevent bone loss thanks to the stimulation that they provide. We can discuss the advantages of dental implants in more detail if you schedule a consultation at our office.