Replace Missing Teeth In Chester Spring, PA

Regain confidence with a natural-looking smile. We offer personalized solutions to replace missing teeth, like dental implants, bridges, and dentures.


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Smile with Confidence Again

Don’t let missing teeth hold you back. Smile Care Family Dental offers a variety of personalized options to restore your smile. From dental implants for a natural, long-lasting solution to bridges and dentures for a confident smile, we have the right choice for you. Experience improved function, renewed confidence, and a smile you’ll love. 

Why Choose Smile Care Family Dental

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Exceptional dental care with top-of-the-line equipment

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Relax in our inviting office design with your comfort in mind

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Missing Teeth Treatment Options

Treatment options for missing teeth are varied and can be tailored to the specific needs and circumstances of each individual. Here are the most common solutions:

  • Dental Implants: Dental implants are a popular option for replacing missing teeth. They consist of a titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone, which then fuses with the bone through a process called osseointegration. An abutment is placed on top of the implant, to which a crown (artificial tooth) is attached. Dental implants are durable, long-lasting, and function much like natural teeth, providing stability and preventing bone loss. They are an excellent option for single-tooth replacement and can also be used to support bridges and dentures.
  • Dental Bridges: A dental bridge is a dental restoration that fills the gap created by one or more missing teeth. It consists of one or more prosthetic teeth, which are anchored in place by dental crowns attached to the adjacent teeth. They restore the appearance and functionality of missing teeth and prevent the remaining teeth from shifting.
  • Complete Dentures: When all teeth are missing, complete dentures can be used to restore an individual’s smile and mouth function. They sit on top of the gums, as opposed to dental implants, which are anchored into the jawbone. Modern dentures are more comfortable and natural-looking than ever before. They can help individuals eat, speak, and smile with confidence despite the loss of natural teeth

Each of these options has its own set of advantages and considerations, including cost, durability, appearance, and the impact on remaining teeth and jaw health. The best treatment option will depend on the individual’s specific situation, including the number of missing teeth, the location of the gaps, oral health, bone density, lifestyle, and budget.