Replacing Missing Teeth – Pewaukee, WI
A Brilliant, Functional New Smile
You should never let a gap in your grin stay empty for too long. A full set of teeth is essential for chewing, speaking, and smiling; even one lost tooth can have devastating consequences. Here at Ostrand Family Dentistry, Dr. Gina Ostrand offers a number of prosthetics that not only fulfil the functions of your missing teeth, but also look as natural as possible so that no one else realizes you’ve had dental work done. Get in touch with us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about your options for replacing missing teeth in Pewaukee, WI.
Why Choose Ostrand Family Dentistry
for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- High Availability and Speedy Appointments
- Personalized Attention from Caring Dentist
- Partnered with Local Dental Implant Specialists
If you’ve lost a single tooth or several teeth in a row, we can fill in the space with a dental bridge so long as the natural teeth next to the empty space are still healthy. The bridge itself is made of two dental crowns that hold one or more pontics (artificial teeth) between them. The crowns are placed on your natural teeth, thus “bridging” the gap. This restoration will restore the balance of your bite and prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position.
When an entire arch of teeth is gone, chewing and other daily tasks suddenly become extremely difficult. Luckily, all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw can be replaced at once with full dentures. The acrylic base is designed to rest on and blend in with your gums, and it’s held in place by either suction or a special adhesive. You can also get partial dentures if there are gaps in different spots in your smile while you still have plenty of natural teeth.
Imagine a dental prosthetic that not only looks like the real thing but also has the stability and durability you need. Talk about turning back the clock! It’s not hard to recognize some of the advantages. Implants revive the visibility of your crown while also offering support for the root structure below your gumline. With dental implants, you can finally reclaim control of your smile and overall dental health.