Do you have one or more missing teeth? Dr. Karim Naguib and his professional dental team offer restorative treatment options for patients in the Lancaster and Palmdale areas. Restoring missing teeth not only improves the aesthetics of your smile but improves the form and function of your bite. Learn more about the benefits of replacing missing teeth as well as the treatments we offer in-office below:
Why Replace Missing Teeth?
Replacing missing teeth can prevent multiple conditions such as:
- Shifting Teeth
- Crooked Teeth
- Difficulty Chewing
- Bone Loss
- Facial Sagging
In addition, restorative dental treatments can:
- Prevent gum recession
- Improve bite function
- Support bone retention
- Provide stability and security
- Improve speech and chewing ability
If you have one or more missing teeth and want a natural-looking replacement, call our Lancaster office at (661) 948-6700 or our Palmdale office at (661) 273-6565. Our team will help you find a solution that aligns with your needs.
Missing Teeth Treatment
There are multiple treatments offered at Premier Dental Care that can be used to restore one or more missing teeth:
Single missing teeth or whole arches of teeth can be replaced utilizing dental implants. Dental implants consist of a titanium post which is inserted into the jawbone. After a period of 3 to 6 months, an abutment and dental crown are added for a permanent restoration. Many patients may even forget that they have dental implants because they look and function like natural teeth.
Multiple teeth can be replaced with dental bridges. Dental bridges can be removable or secured in place with dental implants. This solution utilizes surrounding natural teeth to secure and replace consecutive missing teeth. Patients can prevent further tooth loss by receiving a dental bridge.
Dentures & Partials
The upper and lower arches of teeth can be replaced with full or partial dentures. Like dental bridges, they can be removable or secured by dental implants. Many patients also find that it is easier to bite and chew food with full or partial dentures.