Are you tired of having to work around your missing teeth? Sick of needing to think twice before ordering at a restaurant or always slurring certain words? If so, then Dr. Tamo, Dr. Marandi, and Dr. Ash are more than ready to help you close any gaps. Using their decades of experience and the latest techniques, they can replace any number of teeth using a variety of custom-made solutions that are designed to be both beautiful and long-lasting.
Why Choose Dentistry @ 1881 for Replacing Missing Teeth?
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Dental bridges provide an excellent way to replace just one tooth or even a few in a row. Prosthetic teeth are secured within the mouth by bonding them to dental crowns placed on either side. In addition to restoring the appearance of someone’s smile, they’re strong enough to bring back normal chewing function as well, plus they prevent the neighbouring teeth from shifting out of place, which is a common risk after tooth loss.
Dentures & Partials
For patients missing multiple teeth throughout their mouth or even an entire row, dentures offer a simple and effective way to restore both the strength and look of their smile. Our partial and full dentures are personally-designed by Dr. Tamo, Dr. Marandi, or Dr. Ash so they always have a natural appearance and stable fit our patients are able to rely on. They're able to offer traditional removable dentures as well as those secured by dental implants so our patients can enjoy premier security with their prosthetic.
Whenever a patient comes to see us hoping to replace their missing teeth, our first recommendation is likely to be dental implants. Why? Because they’re able to do what no other treatment can—replace an entire tooth from root to crown. The result is a prosthetic that resembles a natural tooth in almost every way, and with minimal maintenance, implants can easily last for multiple decades on end. Better yet, they can be used to replace any number of teeth a patient needs.