Replace Missing Teeth – Winchendon, MA
Breathing New Life Into Incomplete Smiles
Patients with incomplete smiles often feel embarrassed, self-conscious, and frustrated because of the challenges that tooth loss can cause. But at Unique Dental of Winchendon, we can reverse these feelings by offering three specially designed tooth replacement solutions. Whether it is dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants you prefer, we can work to create a treatment plan that meets your needs. Call to schedule a consultation with us today so that we can begin to help you enjoy life with a complete smile again by replacing your missing teeth.
Why Choose Unique Dental of Winchendon for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- In-House Dental Implant Placement Available
- We Focus on Patient Comfort & Stress-Free Visits
- We Help to Maximize Your Dental Benefits
To effectively “bridge the gap” in your smile, we can use a custom-made dental bridge that consists of two crowns and one or more pontics (artificial teeth). Relying on healthy abutment teeth to serve as anchors, dental bridges restore the look of a complete smile while also making it easy to use your teeth to eat and speak without worry. In just two appointments, you can enjoy a gap-free smile that will last up to a decade with optimal care.
Whether you need a partial or full denture, Dr. Hakwati has you covered. Consisting of gum-colored materials that are used to blend in with existing tissues and teeth as well as provide the durability and stability needed for optimal use, our dentures can repair and rebuild smiles, no matter if you have multiple teeth missing or an entire top or bottom row. And with artificial teeth that look completely lifelike, you’ll enjoy greater confidence than before.
If permanent prosthetics are what you desire, dental implants are the type of treatment you should consider. Using titanium because of its ability to fuse with existing tissues, these artificial tooth roots help to rebuild teeth below the gumline as well as above. We combine our implants with metal abutments, which are small connector appliances that attach the restoration to the implant post, as well as customized dental crowns, bridges, or dentures depending on how many teeth you are missing.