Replacing Missing Teeth – Beverly Hills, CA
Regain Your Full
& Healthy Smile
Tooth loss is a very common problem, one that affects over 120 million Americans, causing people to miss out on their favorite foods and feel anxiety whenever it’s time to smile. Whether you’re missing one tooth or need full dentures, the team at Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry is ready to help by providing a strong and natural-looking replacement. We can give your smile a new lease on life, so that the next time you take a bite of food or greet a loved one, the last thing on your mind will be your teeth. To get started on renewing your smile, contact us today to learn more about options for replacing missing teeth in Beverly Hills.
Why Choose Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Dentistry
- All-Porcelain Restorations That Last a Lifetime
- Comfort-First Approach to Care
A dental bridge is a very simple and effective way to replace one to three missing teeth in a row using a series of connected dental crowns. The two at either end are hollowed out and fitted over the teeth adjacent to the gap, giving the entire prosthetic stability. Our bridges are meticulously designed to blend with the surrounding teeth and are strong enough to withstand daily chewing. They also prevent the nearby teeth from drifting out of place, which is always a risk after tooth loss.
The right denture can be truly life-changing for someone who has lost most or all of their teeth. We can provide a partial denture that seamlessly fills any gaps throughout the mouth, or a full denture can bring back an entire row of teeth along with a patient’s biting strength. Dentures not only restore someone’s smile, but they also provide support for the facial muscles, which leads to a younger appearance while also slowing down the development of facial wrinkles.
For people with dental implants, it doesn’t just feel like they’ve replaced their missing teeth, but rather that they’ve gotten their missing teethback. That’s because this treatment involves restoring the crown and root of a tooth to create something that is the next best thing to nature. It addition to being the most stable and natural-looking restoration available, implants have also been shown to last for 30 years or more, which is multiple times longer than other prosthetics.