Replace Missing Teeth – Scottsdale, AZ
Where Incomplete Smiles Are Rebuilt
Giving patients a chance to live life without the limitations often caused by tooth loss (i.e., eating, speaking), our Shea Dental of Scottsdale team uses only the highest-quality materials and most accurate technologies to deliver long-lasting results. Offering dental bridges, dentures, and in-house dental implant placement, patients can expect to see natural-looking teeth that work correctly, feel comfortable, and look beautiful. If you are missing one or more teeth and need help to once again feel good about your appearance, call us today to learn how we can replace your missing teeth in Scottsdale.
Why Choose Shea Dental of Scottsdale for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- In-House Dental Implant Placement & Restoration
- CBCT Scanner Used for In-Depth Treatment Planning
- Customized, Natural-Looking Tooth Replacements
A dental bridge is crafted to fill in the gaps left behind by missing teeth. When one or more consecutive teeth must be extracted or fall out in an arch, this customized restoration can restore use and aesthetics. Held into place by anchoring abutment teeth, two dental crowns are secured into place, while pontics (artificial teeth) rest on top of the gums to replicate a complete smile.
Full and partial dentures are time-tested prosthetics that are popular solutions for those suffering from tooth loss. Crafted from acrylic and artificial teeth, they allow patients to experience life with a complete smile. However, more patients are turning to implant dentures because of their stability and longer lifespan. Anchored with the help of dental implants, full and partial dentures can be used to eat and speak with ease, eliminating any possible embarrassment.
Temporary tooth replacement solutions may not be what you desire when thinking about ways to replace your missing teeth. This is why dental implants can be a desirable choice. Capable of lasting 30+ years, these titanium prosthetics are positioned within the jawbone and fuse with surrounding tissues to create a stable foundation for dental crowns, bridges, or dentures. Their permanence and longevity are why millions of Americans are already enjoying life in a newfound way.