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Replacing Missing Teeth – Fort Worth, TX

No More Gaps in Your Smile

When you have missing teeth in your smile, it can make performing even the most basic tasks feel like a chore. Eating and speaking are more difficult, which is why it’s worth visiting a team of dentists to help you rebuild your smile through personalized tooth replacement procedures! At Renaissance Dental, it doesn’t matter how many teeth you’ve lost; there’s hope yet for your smile. Want to learn your options? Give our practice a call today!

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Why Choose Renaissance Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

Dental Bridges

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Whether you’re missing a single tooth or have up to three consecutive teeth in need of replacement, a dental bridge can be an ideal solution. Holding the restoration in place is a set of dental crowns fused together. The crowns on either end are attached to existing teeth, while the teeth in the center fill the gap. Dental bridges are quite durable and can last a very long time, all while looking natural in appearance.

Dentures & Partials

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Do you have several missing teeth throughout your mouth? Are you missing all of them, either in your top arch, bottom arch, or both? With a personalized denture, you can take back your smile, restore your confidence, and change your life. Our dentures are always custom-fitted to your specific needs, ensuring your denture actually fits properly, looks natural, and lasts for many years. If you’re looking for either a partial or full denture, we’re ready to help!

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Dental Implant Restorations

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Would you prefer to have a more permanent solution for your tooth replacement? If so, we recommend considering dental implants. Rather than only restoring the visible portion of your tooth, you can replace the whole thing! This includes the root, an essential component of bone stimulation and biting strength. Dental implants make use of titanium posts to replace the roots as well as hold a dedicated restoration on top. This makes them much stronger, more natural-looking, and reliable in the long-term.

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