Replacing Missing Teeth

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Replacing Missing Teeth (dentures)
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Replacing missing teeth (fixed versus removable dentures)
Fixed Dentures versus Removal Dentures


Replacing missing teeth (Implants)
5 Questions you must ask before getting Dental Implants

Reasons to replace missing teeth

Dental Implants

Do you or someone in your family have a missing tooth? Don’t worry we are here to help you!

At Dr. Zak Long Beach Dental Care we believe that Instead of getting false teeth, dental implants are a great solution for missing teeth. They are state-of-the-art and extremely effective. These small titanium posts are put into the jawbone where teeth are missing and bind to the bone creating a foundation for artificial teeth. This creates a natural and functioning replacement for missing teeth. Now you can have the confidence to eat, laugh, talk, and enjoy life with your family and friends, without being embarrassed about not having a complete smile.

Implant Overdenture

What are Implant Overdentures?

Implant overdentures connect to dental implants in order to create a stable connection and avoid a bulky restoration. At Dr. Zak Long Beach Dental Care we believe that implant overdentures are a much better option than the common complete dentures which can decay quickly and become unstable.

Removable Partial Denture

What is the most economical way I can fix or replace my teeth?

The most economical tooth replacement is a removable partial denture. This appliance can range from taking the form of an elaborate system with clasps to a basic plastic piece with a clip. The appliance itself is very comfortable, but an adjustment period is expected, since it feels unnatural to have a foreign object in your mouth.

Because these appliances require meticulous cleaning and care after every meal,at Dr. Zak Long Beach Dental Care, we believe that these removable partial dentures are not a good permanent solution but can temporarily be used to replace missing teeth.

Fixed Bridges

How can I fix seemingly irreparable damage that has been done to my teeth?

Seemingly irreparable damage to teeth can often be replaced by fixed bridges, which are made of three or more porcelain crowns that are connected to fill the gap where teeth once were. At Dr. Zak Long Beach Dental Care, we believe that a fixed bridge can solve many dental problems, recreating a functional smile and bite for you or anyone in your family.

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