Replace Missing Teeth – Frederick, MD
Reclaim Your Complete Smile
Nothing reveals just how important your teeth are to your day to day life than when one or more goes missing. Suddenly, simple things like eating, speaking, and even smiling feel awkward and difficult, turning enjoyable things into sources of anxiety. If you’re ready to close the gaps in your smile, My Fredrick Dentist has the solutions you need. We can design a treatment for your unique situation so you end up with a strong, beautiful, and healthy set of teeth you’ll be able to trust whether you’re greeting a friend or biting into your favorite food. To learn more about how we can rebuild your smile, contact us today.
Why Choose My Frederick Dentist for Tooth Replacement?
- Treatments specially-designed for every patient
- Advanced materials that look natural & are built to last
- CareCredit financing makes every treatment affordable
A dental bridge is named after the fact that it literally bridges the gap left by 1 to 3 missing teeth in a row. Two dental crowns are placed on the teeth on either side of the absent ones, and these are bonded to the prosthetic teeth that close the space. Bridges not only restore the smile’s appearance, but bring back normal chewing function as well, plus they help prevent the neighboring teeth from shifting out of place.
Partial & Full Dentures
Dentures have literally been used for thousands of years to replace several missing teeth at the same time, and thankfully, they have evolved quite a bit since the days of George Washington! Strong, comfortable, and natural-looking, our custom-designed dentures can bring back a patient’s bite and appearance at the same time. Whether you have remaining teeth or need an entire row replaced, we’ll ensure you walk out of our dental office with a full and beautiful smile.
Dental implants are truly unique in the world of dentistry because they do something no other treatment can: replace an entire tooth both above and below the gum line. The end result is a restoration that is practically indistinguishable from a natural tooth in both form and function. We can use them to replace just one tooth or secure a full denture, and with minimal maintenance, they can easily last for 30 years or more.