Replace Missing Teeth – Moorestown, NJ
Regain Your Beautiful, Complete Smile
As many as 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. Even a single gap in your smile can dramatically affect your ability to enjoy your favorite foods or speak clearly in front of others. To keep your smile healthy, whole, and fully functional, we offer a variety of options for replacing missing teeth in Moorestown. Reach out to Land, Walker, Moosavi & Moosavi Family Dentistry today to learn more about the solutions we provide for an incomplete grin.
Why Choose Land, Walker, Moosavi & Moosavi Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Dental Implants Placed In-House
- Expertly Customized Full Mouth Reconstructions
- Conveniently Located Dental Office That Feels Like Home
Dental implants are an increasingly popular modern solution for tooth loss. The implant posts act as replacement tooth roots that stimulate the jawbone, ensuring that it gets the blood flow it needs to prevent deterioration and facial collapse. Additionally, since dental implants provide chewing power that’s almost on par with natural teeth, they’ll let you eat all of your favorite foods without trouble. At our dental practice, we’re able to both place and restore dental implants under a single roof.
When you’re missing a single tooth or multiple consecutive teeth, you may be eligible for a dental bridge. This type of prosthetic is comprised of two dental crowns and one or more false teeth, called pontics. The crowns will be secured to your natural teeth, and the pontics will fill the space between them. We can make your dental bridge out of natural-looking material so that it looks as though you never lost any teeth to begin with.
Dentures are often used when many or all of the teeth along a single arch are missing. Full dentures can replace all of your teeth while partial dentures fill in gaps throughout your grin. Both kinds of dentures consist of a gum-colored base that supports a number of replacement teeth that have been custom-shaded for your specific grin. While full dentures are held in place on the gums with natural suction, partial dentures are secured with a metal clasp.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
When multiple teeth are broken or need to be replaced, a full mouth reconstruction might be required to restore the health, function, and appearance of your entire grin. We’ll begin by thoroughly examining your teeth and determining exactly what your needs are. Then, we’ll put together a customized dental treatment plan to repair the damage and make your smile whole again. The reconstruction plan may include dental crowns, fillings, dental implants, bridges, and other treatments based on your unique situation.