Missing Teeth – Washington, PA

Rebuilding a Smile That Will Last

You may think that losing one or more teeth is something that will never happen to you, but statistics show that more than 120 million Americans are currently missing at least one permanent tooth. The good news is that an incomplete smile does not have to be permanent. Instead, our team at Dental Health First can use dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants to rebuild a smile that will last. To learn more about these solutions for yourself, call our office today.

Why Choose Dental Health First for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • We Partner with Local Implant Specialists
  • State-of-the-Art Facility with Groundbreaking Technologies
  • Your Dental Insurance is Welcome & Maximized

Dental Bridges

When missing multiple consecutive teeth in a row, a dental bridge can be an ideal way to fix the problem. Resting in place over healthy abutment teeth, the crowns anchor to your existing smile to hold it in place, while the artificial teeth (pontics) sit on top of the gums to fill in the gap and create a cohesive, beautiful, and fully intact smile.

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If missing teeth are scattered along a row, or you are without any natural teeth, our team can recommend full or partial dentures. Proven effective by their ability to fill in gaps and restore a smile’s appearance and function, these prosthetics are made of a gum-colored base and artificial teeth that sit on top. While a partial denture incorporates a metal structure that attaches to nearby healthy teeth to remain in place, full dentures only need dental adhesive and natural suction to avoid slippage.

Dental Implants

Many patients prefer a more permanent option when it comes to tooth replacement, so if you are one of these individuals who wants a smile that will not slip, dental implants may be right for you. Because of the surgical placement of implant posts into the jawbone, the prosthetics attached to them remain firmly in place. Their compatibility with the bone structure also keeps it from deteriorating over time, altering the shape of the face.

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