Replacing Missing Teeth – Dallas, TX

A Complete Smile for a Complete Life

Missing teeth put a limit on what foods you can enjoy, make it difficult to speak clearly, and can make you feel embarrassed about your appearance. They can also hurt your long-term oral and overall health. At Soleil Dental, Dr. Vasquez and Dr. Aldana can replace any number of teeth with bridges, partial dentures, full dentures, and dental implants. Call us immediately to explore options for replacing missing teeth in Dallas, TX if there’s someone in your family that needs to fill in the space in their grin.

Older couple with healthy smiles after replacing missing teeth

Why Choose Soleil Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Partnered with Local Implant Specialists
  • Bilingual Dentists That Always Listen
  • I-CAT CT/Cone Beam Scanner for Accurate Treatment Planning

Dental Bridges

Dental team member showing patient two dental bridge options

One of the most traditional ways to replace a missing tooth is with a restoration made of two crowns and one or more prosthetic teeth. The crowns rest on the natural teeth and allow the prosthetics between them to fill in the gap while blending in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. A dental bridge can last for over a decade with the right care, and it offers a stable, lifelike solution for tooth loss.

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Dentures & Partials

Full set of dentures

A dental bridge can be used if you’ve lost one tooth or a few consecutive teeth. But when you have lost teeth in different parts of your mouth or have an entire arch of teeth missing, dentures can be used to replace them all at once without breaking your budget. Full dentures sit on your gums while partial dentures are held in place by clasps on your natural teeth. Both are made to be removable so that you can take them out to clean them.

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Dental Implants

Man with healthy smile after dental implant tooth replacement

Dental implants offer something that neither dental bridges nor dentures can accomplish: new roots to keep your prosthetic teeth in place. Implants are often said to be the next best thing to getting your original teeth back. They offer bite strength and stability that’s on par with your natural smile as well as longevity that surpasses that of traditional restorations. We refer our patients to local specialists to have their implants placed, and we handle the placement of the final restoration.

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