Replace Missing Teeth – New Bedford, MA
Close the Gaps For Good
Many people don’t realize just how important their teeth are to their daily lives until one or more go missing. Suddenly, eating, speaking, and even smiling feels awkward and uncomfortable. This is a very common problem and one we’re more than ready to help you overcome here at Clear Coast Dental. We can provide you with completely custom-made replacements that are designed to fully restore both your appearance and oral function. In the end, it will be like your teeth never went missing in the first place! If you’re ready to enjoy a complete smile again, give us a call today.
Why Choose Clear Coast Dental for Tooth Replacement?
- Restorations custom-made for every patient
- State-of-the-art dental implant restorations available
- Partnered with New Bedford’s top dental labs
What Happens if I do Nothing?
While a single missing tooth might be easy to ignore, after enough time, it can lead to major problems. When a tooth is lost, the jawbone in the area naturally starts to shrink, which can affect the surrounding teeth by causing them to shift and loosen. This can lead to a misaligned bite, and the exposed gum tissue is much more likely to develop an infection as well. Rather than waiting for all of this to inevitably happen, it’s best for patients to have their teeth replaced as quickly as possible.
A dental bridge is a type of prosthetic we can use to replace a single tooth or up to 3 consecutive teeth in a row. The new teeth are held firmly within the smile using two dental crowns placed on either side of them. Bridges can not only restore a smile’s natural appearance, but they can prevent the neighboring teeth from shifting out of place as well. They can also help restore balance to the bite for easy chewing.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Modern-day dentures consist of ceramic teeth attached to an acrylic base that’s designed to resemble gum tissue. They fit into the mouth using small metal clasps or natural suction, and at Clear Coast Dental, they are always custom-made to ensure the ideal look and fit. For patients with a few remaining teeth, a partial denture can help fill in the gaps like the missing piece of a puzzle. Alternatively, a full denture can instantly bring back an entire row at once.