Replace Missing Teeth – Greenville, TX

Don’t Let Missing Teeth Stay Missing

Excluding the wisdom teeth, there are 28 adult teeth in total, all of which play an important role in distributing the forces of the bite and keeping the entire smile properly aligned. Even one missing tooth can disrupt the delicate balance of your mouth, so what can you do to make sure the gap is filled in a timely manner? Call Stone Street Dental to learn more about the reliable, long-lasting options to replace missing teeth that Greenville denitst, Dr. Garrad, can use to repair and refresh your smile.

Why Choose Stone Street Dental
for Tooth Replacement?

  • In-House Placement of Dental Implants
  • A Friendly, Highly Experienced Team
  • Dental Insurance-Friendly Dental Office

Dental Bridges

Model of the mouth with a dental bridge replacing missing teeth

Check the teeth on either side of the gap in your smile; are they still healthy? If so, then you may be eligible for a dental bridge. This type of restoration can be used to replace a single tooth or several consecutive teeth. We can make a bridge out of a pair of crowns and one or more false teeth. The crowns are attached to your natural teeth while the false teeth fill in the space. Not only does this restore the appearance and balance of your smile, but it also prevents dental drift and can reduce the risk of gum disease.

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Man with dentures smiling

Have you lost numerous teeth? A denture can be a quick, affordable way to replace them all at once. The acrylic base will be designed to fit comfortably in your mouth and blend in with the gums, and the teeth will be fully personalized to be as natural-looking as possible. We can give you full dentures to replace your entire upper or lower arch, but if there’s still enough healthy teeth that are worth keeping, we can also offer partial dentures.

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Dental Implants

Animated smile with dental implant and dental crown

Bridges and dentures don’t have roots like your real teeth do, and as such, they won’t function exactly the same way as a natural smile. That’s what makes dental implants so revolutionary – they can be placed in the jaw and act as new “roots” for various restorations, keeping them in place, while also providing the jaw stimulation and blood flow. Thanks to Dr. Garrad’s training, we’re able to place dental implants right here instead of sending you to a specialist.

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