Replace Missing Teeth – Fort Mill, SC

Invigorate Your Smile with New Teeth

With an incomplete smile, you could have a hard time chewing food or pronouncing certain words…and that’s not even touching on what having a gap in your grin can do to your self-esteem. To protect your oral health and your confidence, Jasper Dentistry is happy to be able to offer several options for replacing missing teeth in Fort Mill. Contact us today to find out which of these tooth replacement treatments is right for you.

Dentists talking to dental patient about replacing missing teeth in Fort Mill

Why Choose Jasper Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Partnered with Local Dental Implant Specialists
  • Fully Customized Dental Prosthetics
  • Decades of Helping Fort Mill Patients Smile

Dental Bridges

Dental bridge against blue background

When you ask us about traditional forms of tooth replacement, one example that comes to mind is a dental bridge. This restoration is a combination of several prosthetic teeth: two dental crowns and one or more false teeth called “pontics.” The crowns are what keep the bridge anchored to your natural teeth, while the pontics fill in the gap. A well-made dental bridge blends in seamlessly with your smile and can last well over a decade with the right kind of care.


Dentures & Partials

Two full dentures

With dentures, you can replace many missing teeth with one convenient, removable oral appliance. Each denture is made of acrylic materials that closely resemble real teeth and gums, making your new smile appear all the more natural. Full dentures replace an entire arch of teeth; partial dentures can fill in one or many gaps in your smile depending on the extent of your tooth loss. Both types can make tasks like eating and speaking much easier. Chewing your food properly can help in digestion and decrease stomach acids and reflux.

Dental Implants

Animated dental implant with dental crown replacing a missing tooth

Dental implants are often called the most modern solution for tooth replacement. Dentures and bridges only replace the tops – or crowns – of the teeth. Dental implants, on the other hand, also replace the roots, enhancing the strength and stability of your new teeth. With dental implants, you’ll have a smile that can last for decades and will let you eat whatever you want. During a consultation, we can help you figure out whether dental implants are right for you.

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