Replacing Missing Teeth – Beachwood, OH
Natural-Looking Replacements Made Just For You
Are you missing one or all of your teeth? Our team at Faist & Koops Family Dentistry is passionate about helping patients restore the function and aesthetic appearance of their complete smiles by offering beautiful, customized restorations. We have an in-office laboratory that allows us to complete the prosthetic work quickly, precisely, and to our specifications as well, making this process as convenient as ever.
Why Choose Faist & Koops Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?
If you’re missing one or more consecutive teeth, one of our custom-tailored dental bridges can act to close the gap and provide you with a complete arch of teeth again. The prosthetic is made of two dental crowns located on either side of free-standing replacement teeth, called pontics. Once the crowns are attached to the natural teeth on either side of the gap in your smile, you’ll be able to chew easier and smile with ease.
Missing several or all of your teeth along an arch can make basic daily tasks like eating and speaking uncomfortable and difficult. With our customized full or partial dentures in Beachwood, we’re able to provide you with a cost-effective, natural-looking, and high-quality tooth replacement solution that you can count on. They both feature gum-colored acrylic bases with ceramic or porcelain replacement teeth that are made to look indistinguishable from natural pearly whites.
If you’re looking for a more stable and permanent solution to dentures and bridges, implant-retained prosthetics may be the best choice for you. Instead of relying on natural suction or being anchored by healthy teeth, these restorations are attached to surgically placed implant posts. Once placed, the implants fuse with your jawbone through a process called osseointegration, allowing this procedure to restore the entire structure of your missing teeth. This means you can enjoy several unique benefits, such as stopping jawbone deterioration and preserving your facial structure.