Replace Missing Teeth – Oklahoma City, OK

Fill Those Gaps in Your Smile

Dental patient admiring his smile in mirror after replacing missing teeth

You might be surprised at how common missing teeth actually are. As it stands, over 120 million Americans have lost at least one permanent tooth. Tooth loss is more widespread than most would think. Still, there is a solution to this problem: dental prosthetics from First Impressions Dentistry! We offer customized solutions to restore your full grin and replace missing teeth at our Oklahoma City and Yukon dental offices. To learn more about them, simply keep reading or book a consultation with us.

Why Choose First Impressions Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Highly Trained Dentists & Staff
  • Dental Implant Placement Offered In-House
  • Dental Insurance Welcome & Flexible Financing Available

Dental Bridges

Dental bridge on table next to dental mirror

If you lack one or several adjacent teeth, consider a dental bridge. This option is a fixed restoration made of crowns fused to either side of a replacement tooth. Per its name, it literally “bridges” the gap between your remaining teeth. However, keep in mind that it relies on your natural teeth for support. The appliance’s crowns fit over nearby pearly whites, altering them in the process. In exchange, though, treatment results can last for a decade or more.


Set of dentures on table

Patients with more severe tooth loss may need custom dentures. These prosthetics consist of multiple artificial teeth attached to a pink-colored base. They normally come in two types: partial or full. Partial dentures rest on a metal framework and only replace a few teeth. Meanwhile, full models sit directly on the gums and restore an entire arch of teeth at once. Either way, both types of dentures can be removed for daily cleaning at any time.

Dental Implants

Dentist holding model of dental implant in the jaw

For a more permanent option for replacing missing teeth, we invite you to try dental implants. These restorations are titanium posts placed directly into the jawbone. Over time, they gradually fuse with surrounding bone tissue to become permanent parts of your jaw. The result is a treatment that replaces a tooth’s roots as well as its crowns, all without any slipping or falling. Dental implants are thus more lifelike than alternative options. Plus, all three of our well-trained dentists perform placement in-house; there’s no need for outside specialists.

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