Replace Missing Teeth – Lancaster, PA

Saying So Long to the Gaps

No matter how many teeth are missing inside your mouth, you may face the challenges that often come along with it such as eating, speaking, and smiling. Not only may you find it embarrassing, but you might also desire a solution that allows for improved eating and speaking. At Dentistry for Life, we are pleased to offer our patients three unique options – dental implants,  bridges and dentures. If you’re looking to learn more about these tooth replacement options, call us and we’ll be happy to schedule an appointment to help identify the solution that is right for you.

Why Choose Dentistry for Life for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Implant Placement & Restoration In-House
  • High-Quality, American-made Materials
  • Advanced Dental Technology for Accurate Results

Dental Implants

If a permanent tooth replacement option is what you would prefer, you cannot go wrong in choosing dental implants. Known for their versatility and immense benefits, these titanium posts are implanted into the jawbone and deliver maximum support to one or more teeth. Fusing with the bone, these posts mimic the natural tooth structure from root to crown – a factor that cannot be attained by any other tooth replacement solution. And dental implants are known to last 30 years or more, making them increasingly popular among individuals suffering from tooth loss.

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Dental Bridges

When missing teeth keep you from looking your best, sometimes a bridge may be the best replacement option. Consisting of two dental crowns that are customized and placed over existing teeth on either side of where you are missing a tooth, and a pontic, or “dummy tooth”, is attached in between those two crowns to restore the look of a full smile once again.

Dentures

For centuries, people have turned to dentures to replace missing teeth. Today’s materials and fit tend to be much better than they were years ago. If you’re faced with multiple missing teeth, and other tooth replacement options aren’t possible, we can create a customized partial or full denture just for you. Using only the best materials available, our team will make sure your new teeth look good, fit comfortably, and offer the best functionality possible when eating, speaking, and smiling.