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Replacing Missing Teeth – Dallas, TX

Complete Smiles Using Modern Methods

According to the American College of Prosthodontics, an estimated 120 million Americans are missing at least one permanent tooth, and 36 million have no remaining natural teeth. Tooth loss of any kind can be detrimental to a person’s oral and overall health, affecting their speech, eating habits, and self-esteem. Fortunately, we offer dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants as effective solutions designed for replacing missing teeth in our Dallas, TX dental office. Call us to schedule a consultation to learn which method is right for you.
Why Choose HJ Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?
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Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Placement In-House
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In-House Membership Plan for Interested Patients
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Putty-Free Digital Impression System
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Dental Bridges

For decades, dental bridges have remained one of the most reliable tooth replacement solutions available. Consisting of two dental crowns that are fused with pontics (artificial teeth) that exist in the middle, the bridge rests on top of healthy abutment teeth and fills in the gap of a person’s smile. This is an ideal option for anyone missing one or more consecutive teeth in a row. Not only does it allow for better chewing and eating, but it restores confidence and the ability to speak clearly.
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Dentures & Partials

If a patient is missing several or even all of their teeth, a very convenient way to replace them at the same time is with a denture. Our partial and full dentures are uniquely designed to fit each patient, ensuring they are secure, comfortable, and natural-looking. We can also pair a denture with dental implants to make it even more rock-solid and lifelike.
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Dental Implants

Dental implants are the only permanent tooth replacement option that restores the complete root-to-crown structure. Unlike any other prosthetics on the market, they mimic the natural tooth roots by fusing with the bone. A customized crown, bridge, or denture is then placed on top, offering maximum functionality and smiles that can last 30 years or longer. The process for receiving these titanium posts is completed in-house, preventing patients from needing referrals.
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