Replace Missing Teeth – Vero Beach, FL

Keep Enjoying the Benefits of a Full Smile

Teeth can be lost due to sudden injuries, severe gum disease, and other issues, but you don’t have to live with a gap in your grin forever. Indeed, it’s recommended that you find a replacement as soon as possible so that you can avoid dental drift, decreased chewing ability, and other consequences of lost teeth. Call Ocean Oaks Dental Group of Vero Beach right away to schedule a consultation; we can discuss your tooth loss situation and the possible solutions to replace missing teeth in Vero Beach, FL.

Why Choose Ocean Oaks Dental Group of Vero Beach for Tooth Replacement?

  • Expert Dental Implant Planning
  • Rapid Prototyping for Ideal Fit
  • Fabricated On-Site for Ideal Color Matching

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge used to replace missing teeth

A dental bridge is a restoration meant to replace one or more consecutive missing teeth. A crown is placed over each tooth adjacent to the gap, and a number of prosthetic teeth called pontics are suspended between them to fill in the empty space. This stops the other teeth from shifting out of place, and it allows you to enjoy a complete smile and a properly balanced bite even after losing a tooth.

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Hand holding up a full denture

Dentures make it possible to replace many teeth at once, even if an entire arch has been lost. The techniques for making dentures have been refined over the years, making them less bulky and more comfortable to wear. A full denture will sit on the gums, but if you get a partial denture that’s designed to replace a specific number of teeth, it will instead be held in place with a metal clasp that attaches it to your natural teeth.

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Dental Implants

Man holding up a dental implant supported dental crown

Thanks to our partnership with local oral surgeons, we are able to help our patients enjoy the benefits of dental implants, the only type of tooth replacement that addresses the loss of the roots that hold natural teeth in place and keep the underlying jawbone healthy. It’s possible to use dental implants to replace any number of teeth so long as your jawbone is strong enough to support the posts and the rest of your mouth is healthy.

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