Replace Missing Teeth Arlington

Regain a Whole & Functional Smile

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The American College of Prosthodontists estimates that 36 million Americans are missing all of their teeth, while 120 million are missing at least one tooth. Regardless of the extent of your tooth loss, having gaps in your smile can have a devastating impact on your quality of life and confidence. Dr. Gray works closely with patients to restore and rejuvenate smiles affected by tooth loss. Call our office today to schedule a consultation to learn more about replacing missing teeth in Arlington.


Why Choose James T. Gray, DDS for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dentist Trained in Full Mouth Reconstruction
  • We Use High-Quality Dental Materials
  • Patient-Centered, Attentive Approach to Care

Dental Bridges

Dental bridge for replacing missing teeth in Arlington

Dental bridges are designed to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. They feature two dental crowns that are fused to either side of between one and four free-standing replacement teeth, which are called pontics. Once the crowns are attached to the two natural teeth on either side of the gap in your smile, the bridge will restore your arch, making eating and speaking much easier.

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Dentures & Partial Dentures

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Patients with more extensive tooth loss may want to consider a partial or full denture. These dental prosthetics combine replacement teeth with a gum-colored base material that supports and anchors the denture. Partials are used to fill in gaps when patients have lost a number of consecutive and nonconsecutive teeth. They are attached to healthy remaining teeth using metal clasps. Full dentures are used to replace an entire arch of teeth, so they cannot be attached to remaining teeth. Instead, full dentures are shaped to fit snuggly against the gum line.

Dental Implants

Illustration of dental implant in jaw with crown

Dental implants take the natural beauty of hand-crafted, customized dental restorations and combine them with the stability and enhanced support provided by titanium implants. These implants are inserted below the gumline and into the jawbone to replace the root structure of the missing teeth, allowing them to provide an unwavering, strong foundation for any type of restoration to be attached to. The results are more natural looking and feeling than traditional restorative solutions.

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