Replace Missing Teeth – Austin, TX

Restore Your Complete Smile

Whether you’re missing a single tooth, several teeth, or an entire row, having gaps in your smile can have a drastic impact on your daily life, making basic tasks like eating and speaking more difficult. Fortunately, our team at Magnolia Family Dentistry offers several custom-tailored tooth replacement options, like dental bridges, full and partial dentures, and dental implants. To schedule a consultation and learn which option to replace missing teeth in Austin, TX would work best for your unique situation, reach out to our dental office today!

Why Choose Magnolia Family Dentistry for Tooth Replacement?

  • In-House Dental Implant Placement
  • Conveniently Located in Austin
  • Fun & Friendly Dental Team

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge to replace missing teeth

Dental bridges are used to restore one or more missing teeth in a row. They’re comprised of two dental crowns that are fused to free-standing replacement teeth called pontics. The crowns are secured to two natural teeth on either side of the gap so the pontics literally bridge the space. With the proper maintenance, dental bridges can last for about seven to 10 years.

Dentures

Hand holding a full denture

For patients who are missing several teeth or an entire row, we offer customized full and partial dentures. Full dentures hold onto the gums utilizing natural suction and have a customized gum-colored foundation, while partials are designed to fit like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth. Both are made from natural-looking materials and porcelain to give the prosthetic a healthy and lifelike appearance.

Dental Implants

Smile with dental implant post visible

Dental implants are a great option for patients who are looking for a more permanent and stable alternative to replace their missing teeth. Instead of traditional restorations that are secured to existing teeth or positioned over the gums, dental implants utilize titanium posts that are fused with the jawbone to anchor a denture, bridge, or crown in place. Because of this, you can count on them to always stay secure while you eat and speak.

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