Naylors Court Dental Partners

What are my options for tooth replacement?

If you have missing teeth and have decided on tooth replacement, congratulations. This choice will not only improve your dietary options and lift your confidence, but it also contributes to better oral health.

Your dentist in Pikesville, MD offers a variety of tooth replacement options that consider your budget, lifestyle, and gum health.

The first step is a consultation in our dental office. During this appointment, your dentist examines your mouth and talks to you about the various options, including any necessary pretreatments. We also encourage you to ask any questions and to share your health history.

Our tooth replacement options include:

  • Dental implants
  • Dentures and partials
  • Dental bridges

Dental implants in Pikesville, MD are considered the gold standard in tooth replacement because this option replaces your tooth and its root, which means a stable and permanent solution to tooth loss. Dental implants may also help guard against bone loss in your jaw.

Dentures and partials have long-been a staple in tooth replacement, and we customize these prosthetics to fit the unique contours of your jaw—making certain your appliance looks beautiful and functions as it should.

A dental bridge is a line of replacement teeth or a single tooth that fills in your smile gap. Your bridge is secured to the teeth on either side of this gap with dental crowns.

For a more stable denture or bridge, ask your dentist about implant-supported prosthetics.

Contact Our Dental Team for Tooth Replacement in Pikesville

We can’t wait to see your new smile!

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