Replacements for Missing Teeth

Why Replace Missing Teeth?

At Hamilton Town Dentistry in Noblesville, IN, we understand that missing teeth can have a significant impact on your self-esteem, oral function, and overall health. Fortunately, we offer a range of prosthodontic services to help you restore your smile and improve your quality of life.

Missing teeth can affect more than just your appearance. They can also make it difficult to speak, eat, and chew properly. Over time, missing teeth can cause changes in your bone shape, facial profile, and tooth alignment, leading to additional dental problems and premature aging. Replacing missing teeth can help restore your oral function, improve your self-esteem, and prevent further dental issues before they have a chance to develop.

Dr. Greg Hopkinson at Hamilton Town Dentistry in Noblesville, Indiana
Dental Bridges at Hamilton Town Dentistry in Noblesville, Indiana

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are a common and effective solution for replacing missing teeth. A bridge consists of a set of crowns fused to artificial teeth to fill in the open space in your smile. Either end is supported by a pair of natural teeth or dental implants. Dental bridges help restore your ability to chew and prevent neighboring teeth from shifting out of place.

Partial and Full Dentures

Partial and traditional full-arch dentures are removable dental appliances that can replace multiple missing teeth at one time. Partial dentures are designed to replace a few missing teeth while snapping into place around the healthy teeth you still have. In contrast, full dentures replace all of your upper or lower teeth at once. Both types of dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth and provide natural-looking results. 

Dentures - Full dentures at Hamilton Town Dentistry in Noblesville, Indiana

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a popular and permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. An implant consists of a small titanium post that is surgically implanted into your jawbone. After a period of integration with the bone, a natural-looking prosthetic tooth, such as a crown or bridge, is attached to the implant(s). Dental implants provide a strong, stable, and long-lasting solution for missing teeth.

Implant-Supported Dentures (Overdentures)

Implant-supported dentures, also known as overdentures, are a hybrid of dental implants and traditional full dentures. They are designed to attach to two or more dental implants, providing a more stable and comfortable fit during the day. Implant-supported dentures snap on and off the implants, so no messy adhesives or pastes are ever required. 

Kimberly - Office Manager at Hamilton Town Dentistry in Noblesville, Indiana

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