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Replacing Missing Teeth

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a Full Smile

Right now, there are about 178 million Americans who have lost at least one tooth. As you might imagine, the problems that come from a gap in your smile run deeper than simply changing your appearance. You may not be able to eat all your favorite foods or speak clearly until you’ve found a high-quality replacement. Fortunately, Dr. Le has plenty of options for filling in spaces of all sizes; call today to find out more about the dazzling prosthetic smiles and options for replacing missing teeth in Carrollton, TX available at Mios Dental.

Why Choose Mios Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Custom-Designed Tooth Replacements
  • Comfortable Modern Dental Office Environment
  • Competitive Pricing
Man in need of tooth replacement holding jaw in pain

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge restoration

A fixed dental bridge is suitable for patients looking to replace a single tooth or a small number of adjacent teeth. It uses the teeth on either side of the gap – also called abutment teeth – for support. This prevents the remaining teeth from drifting out of place and upsetting the balance of your natural bite. Just like individual crowns, dental bridges are typically made from porcelain and can be shaded so that they closely resemble your natural teeth.


Hand holding full denture

Whether it’s due to an accident or years of poor oral hygiene, at some point, you might find that you’ve lost most or all of your teeth. This does not, however, have to disrupt your everyday life; with dentures, you can continue eating and talking like you normally would. Full dentures are designed to take the place of all the natural teeth that make up an arch while partial dentures can be modified to fill in wherever the gaps in your smile are.

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